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Military and Wartime301 of 72491917 WW1 Remington bayonet Military Glass Syringes
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    Posted 1 year ago

    Jonavy
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    Wife bought this at a swap meet. Having trouble identifying the
    Numbers on back...my guess so far is:
    Co.c. 29 6
    Company C 29 regiment or division 6th bat. Or something like that

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    1. Elliott_Lonestar, 1 year ago
      More the likely the 296th Infantry Regiment. In service from Dec 26, 1922 - May 1, 1964. Reorganized as two battalions of the 92nd Infantry Brigade; only its 1st Battalion remains active as part of the 92nd Maneuver Enhancement Brigade

      Unit raised from Puerto Rico.

      Modern Aire manufacturer of flatware sets as well as other utensils for the military. This presumed from the amount that be found for sale on eBay and Etsy.com.
    2. Jonavy Jonavy, 1 year ago
      Thanks! Make sense since I'm in Hawaii. Im impressed with the condition of the item being 80 years old and not a speck of rust on it. They made stuff to last back then.

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