Yes it should, IIRC.
Get that frog off of the metal scabbard ASAP as the leather tanning chemicals are one thing that can damage the Swedish scabbard's steel. I have several different frogs but they are stored separately from the bayonets themselves. The leather tanning chemicals actually have started working on the brass buckles of the frogs; I have to clean them during periodical PM sessions.
I managed to get the frog off with difficulty, it was held
by the retention strap and the leather had apparently
shrunk significantly with age so I had to cut that strap
in order to get it off. I know where I can buy a
replacement frog but the portion of the scabbard that
was covered by the frog is nasty, rust or whatever.
Any thoughts on a method of removing the stuff, a
soak in Hoppe's #9 or WD-40 or some other heavy
duty solvent perhaps? By soak I do mean total
immersion in a pan full for as long as it takes.