These can be found in two versions with thick and thin cross guards, Another 1867 conversion to fit the Martini Henry rifle, this one retains the swept forward quillion of the original bayonet. We buy militaria, collections or single items. Short external spring and rounded beaked pommel, Kings Guard bayonet, brass hilt with a straight cross guard, Krag Petersson bayonet, leather grips with two rivets one holding the external spring. So, whether it’s inert cartridges or bayonets please feel free to browse. Also, we have inert cartridges for sale. sharp beaked pommel and straight cross guard with forward swept finial on each end.
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I bayonet. Scabbards with square tips (earl) and round tips were made. Pommel has a marked beak, the second model has an internal coil spring with 5 rivets holding on the grips.
Bayonet for the Colt revolving rifle, has a swept back quillion: no illustration: 702: 578: 19.8: Vatican : The Swiss Papal guards used the Remington Yataghan both in full length and in shortened form. Can be found with a square "socket" on the crossguard parallel to the hilt. Has a large forward curved quillion. Has a straight cross guard with a large finial on the muzzle ring, external leaf spring and a beaked dome shaped pommel, Werder, brass hilted with external spring, muzzle ring has a screw adjustor. Leather grips with three rivet fixing and external leaf spring, and straight crossguard, very similar to UK 1856. The cross guard has a forward swept quillion without an ending finial, An experimental mauser bayonet with an all steel knurled hilt.
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The year on the ricasso is the made date not the model date. The 1867 being retroactively called the "schwere gattung". In 1840 the French produced a bayonet whose style was to affect bayonet design across the world for the next 50 years. Modified version of the 1867 for use on the Mauser carbine, Sharpshooters, leather grips with 4 rivets, long external spring. This page was last updated: 03-Nov 09:23. no illustration : Yugoslavia: 1881: German made bayonet with slightly curved yataghan, uses an Austrian style hilt without the quillion. There is a theory that the choice of blade was the best compromise for a blade between thrusting and slashing; In some areas the Yataghan bade replaced the infantry sword and the socket bayonet so this theory may hold, however in other armies the ordinary trooper in the field was never issued a sword, this being a status symbol for the "gentlemen" officers so the theory has a few gaps. more info Quick view.
Otherwise it is identical to the first model, Remington, made by the USA, essentially similar to the 1866 chassepot without the mortise slot chamfer of the Chassepot. 1867 Remington bayonet with unknown markings P*S possibly P Stevens of Mastricht but there is no confirmation of this. Bayonet does not have the finial on the muzzle ring. Circular finials on each end of the straight cross guard. Found with two different muzzle rings and with both forward and reward facing Quillions, blade is a Yataghan style. Uses leather scabbard, Peabody, US made bayonet with leather grips held with 5 rivets, and external spring.
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Blades and scabbards are stamped with a small A the acceptance mark of the papal arsenal. Fits the Mauser rifle, A sword socket bayonet for the e1842 US musket, has a distinctive hilt similar to a knuckle duster, Bayonet for the M1841 (Mississippi) rifle. Spring is held by a rivet, Artillery Carbine, straight cross guard with forward swept finials, leaf spring is held by a rivet, Artillery carbine, with leaf spring held by screw.
Bayonet now has an internal coil spring, Werndl, shortened blade compared to 67 and 70, muzzle ring top has gained an adjustment screw, Three rivet grips, adjustable muzzle ring, Similar to the 1873 but with wooden grips, and twin rivets on the cross guard. Can also be found with a large 17.5mm muzzle ring, this is not a conversion of the small muzzle ring model, The Kropatschek can also be found shortened, Westley Richards rifle essentially similar to the UK 1856, Brass hilted bayonet with straight cross guard, forward swept finial on muzzle ring, reverse swept on other end of cross guard. Straight cross guard, Kropatschek one of the last Yataghan style bayonets made, the curve is not as pronounced as the earlier patterns. GB 7.62mm Radway Green, Experimental.
Brescia/Torino manufactured blade again with unchamphered slot and with shorter oval shaped fullers than the other 1866 look alike.
Most used the Chassepot style brass hilt, A 1868 Funcke blade, rehilted with a Remington unchamfered slot during the siege of Paris during the Franco Prussian war.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>, Makers mark of W&ST in an arc of Solingen, Modified frog stud to fit German equipment, Crown over J could indicate Belgian issue rather than Korean, Brass plug fills the original location of the shorter spring, The change in spring length is very obvious, I am unsure as to the significance of the brass strip wrapped around the quillion, With one of several variations of shortened steel scabbard, Circular mortis slot on Whitworth bayonet, Fish scaled hilt with spring "above" the hilt, Crossed canon pommel marks are only used on the 1870 bayonet, Remington based on 1866 Chassepot but totally unmarked bar BELGIUM on pommel. Grips are two brass grips riveted to a steel cross guard. Made by several countries for use by the French, including Germany, the UK, Belgium and Holland. Welcome to Bayonets and Bullets website. The Swiss Papal guards used the Remington Yataghan both in full length and in shortened form. A brass hilt with an external leaf spring. Has a straight cross guard, and the brass grip grooves appear to be hand ground and go totally around the hilt. Add to Compare. Bayonet is known as the marine model.
Add to Wish List. Price £255 Reserved. Something went wrong. The 1840 model had a distinctive recurved blade, based on the North African Yataghan swords. Has a short round quillion, A conversion of the 1869 Werder with a shaved pommel to fit the 71, the 71/84 and 88 rifles, this is the only modification. Fullers are not German or French pattern. Steel scabbard. A 1866 Chassepot style bayonet with a brass plug filling the location that the bottom rivet would have taken, is a late FP war version which were made without the rivet to make production easier. Nice German 1884/98 bayonet by Alex Coppel 1887 dated Free UK Postage .. £225.00 . Examples used by them are marked Republica de Mexico, Beaumont, first version has short leaf spring but is otherwise essentially the same as the French 1866, Beaumont, modified first version, has a longer leaf spring in the grips, the original short leaf spring fixings point having been filled in with a brass plug.
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