German Fighting Bayonets & Knives

The Germans had some neat bayonets in WW1, the infamous "butcher" bayonets. Later, the much smaller and practical bayonet came out for the K-98 rifle. German bayonets are a lot more popular then those from other countries and the pricing reflects that.

Most German fighting knives were carried over from WW1 to WW2. There are a few types that were made for the specific purpose of a fighting knife, as well as "home brew" type jobs.

We will also show German gravity knives here since they are utility in nature.