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REMINGTON ZOUAVE SWORD BAYONET

REMINGTON ZOUAVE SWORD BAYONET

Popularly known as the “Remington Zouave,” the Remington Model 1862 U.S. Contract Rifle was produced from 1863 to 1864 by Remington and 10,001 were delivered to the government (the odd number… (1037-401). Learn More »

SWISS K31 BAYONET AND SCABBARD

SWISS K31 BAYONET AND SCABBARD

These Swiss Model 1918 bayonets were issued with the Schmidt-Rubin carbine patterns of 1911 and with the K31, which was adopted in 1933 and remained in service until 1958. Perhaps the most significant… (E2822). Learn More »

MARKED REMINGTON SWORD BAYONET FOR THE FRENCH M1914 ROLLING BLOCK RIFLE

MARKED REMINGTON SWORD BAYONET FOR THE FRENCH M1914 ROLLING BLOCK RIFLE

At the beginning of World War One the French government contracted with Remington to start making its rolling block rifle again for issue to its service and support troops. The French government… (1037-397). Learn More »

SWORD BAYONET FOR THE COLT ALTERATION OF THE M1841 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE WITH 1861 DATE AND LOW MATING NUMBER: 198

SWORD BAYONET FOR THE COLT ALTERATION OF THE M1841 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE WITH 1861 DATE AND LOW MATING NUMBER: 198

Ever the businessman, Sam Colt arranged in 1861 to purchase Model 1841 rifles at $10.00 each from the government, alter them to .58 caliber, fit them with sword bayonets, and then sell them back to… (1037-407). Learn More »

MODEL 1855 BAYONET WITH SCABBARD MADE BY COLLINS & COMPANY

MODEL 1855 BAYONET WITH SCABBARD MADE BY COLLINS & COMPANY

Standard Model 1855 socket bayonet marked “C&CO” on the face of the socket. Blade length is approx. 18.00 inches with moderate mottling throughout as well as very light scattered surface… (142-52). Learn More »

$275.00
Originally $300.00

MINTY WW1 WINCHESTER M1917 BAYONET AND FIRST TYPE-FIRST VARIATION SCABBARD

MINTY WW1 WINCHESTER M1917 BAYONET AND FIRST TYPE-FIRST VARIATION SCABBARD

This is a minty example of a Winchester made bayonet for the US M1917 Rifle with its “Type-1, Variation No.1” scabbard in Hardin’s classification. The bayonet blade shows the original bright… (1047-184). Learn More »

SPRINGFIELD M1905 BAYONET DATED 1908 AND 1905 (MODIFIED) SCABBARD

SPRINGFIELD M1905 BAYONET DATED 1908 AND 1905 (MODIFIED) SCABBARD

This Model 1905 shows the bright-finish blade used from 1905 to 1917 when the use of bluing was extended from the hilt and ricasso to the entire blade, and before all metal was Parkerized starting in… (1047-187). Learn More »

WORLD WAR ONE GERMAN 98/05 SAWTOOTH BAYONET

WORLD WAR ONE GERMAN 98/05 SAWTOOTH BAYONET

The overall length of the drawn bayonet is 19.50 inches. The blade itself meas. approx. 14.25 inches long with an 11.00 inch long central fuller. The blades true edge is free of nicks. The back spine… (766-1044). Learn More »

MODEL 1868/1869 TROWEL BAYONET SCABBARD

MODEL 1868/1869 TROWEL BAYONET SCABBARD

This is the leather scabbard for the M1868/69 US trowel bayonet.  Scabbard only, no bayonet. This pattern has the extended belt loop attached by seven rivets. This frog is stitched to the… (172-5466). Learn More »

M1859 SHARPS SABER BAYONET

M1859 SHARPS SABER BAYONET

This is an original American Civil War saber bayonet manufactured by the Ames Manufacturing Company of Chicopee, Massachusetts just prior to the Civil War.  Made to fit the infantry length Sharps… (172-5419). Learn More »

WINCHESTER LEE MODEL 1895 STRAIGHT-PULL RIFLE BAYONET AND TYPE 1 SCABBARD

WINCHESTER LEE MODEL 1895 STRAIGHT-PULL RIFLE BAYONET AND TYPE 1 SCABBARD

The Winchester-Lee 1895 Straight-pull rifle was the primary issue long arm of both the US Navy and Marine Corps from 1895 to 1900 when it gave way to the Krag. An initial contract for 10,000 rifles… (1037-372). Learn More »

SPRINGFIELD M1905 BAYONET DATED 1917 AND M3 SCABBARD

SPRINGFIELD M1905 BAYONET DATED 1917 AND M3 SCABBARD

This Model 1905 bayonet has an excellent blade, hilt, and scabbard. The blade is free of any nicks and has a good point. The wood grips are excellent, showing no wear, with good color and distinct… (1047-183). Learn More »

REMINGTON US MODEL 1917 BAYONET

REMINGTON US MODEL 1917 BAYONET

The US Model 1917 rifle was an adaptation of the British Pattern 1914 Enfield. When US inventory and production of the 1903 Springfield could not supply our troops as we entered World War One, the… (1047-188). Learn More »

SPRINGFIELD M1905 BAYONET AND 1905 (MODIFIED) SCABBARD

SPRINGFIELD M1905 BAYONET AND 1905 (MODIFIED) SCABBARD

The Model 1905 bayonet was developed out of dissatisfaction with the rod bayonet originally issued with the new 1903 rifles. The usefulness of knife bayonets in night attacks had been proven in the… (1047-189). Learn More »

U.S. MODEL 1870 ROLLING BLOCK NAVY RIFLE SWORD BAYONET BY AMES

U.S. MODEL 1870 ROLLING BLOCK NAVY RIFLE SWORD BAYONET BY AMES

A board of Navy officers under Dahlgren in 1869 recommended adoption of a .50 caliber centerfire rifle using the rolling block action to replace muzzleloading arms still in service. Some 22,000 rifles… (1037-403). Learn More »

REMINGTON MADE 1913 PATTERN BAYONET FOR THE ENFIELD P1914 RIFLE

REMINGTON MADE 1913 PATTERN BAYONET FOR THE ENFIELD P1914 RIFLE

The British government contracted for the manufacture of the Pattern 1914 Enfield rifle with U.S. firms. The rifle was based on an experimental 1913 pattern, and the bayonet retained that pattern date… (1037-383). Learn More »

SOCKET BAYONET FOR AUSTRIAN LORENZ RIFLE

SOCKET BAYONET FOR AUSTRIAN LORENZ RIFLE

This is an original socket bayonet for the Austrian M1854 “Lorenz” rifle musket, with its distinct four-sided blade and diagonal mortise slot in the socket. Bayonet attached to the Austrian Lorenz… (1000-959). Learn More »

SOCKET BAYONET FOR AUSTRIAN LORENZ RIFLE

SOCKET BAYONET FOR AUSTRIAN LORENZ RIFLE

This is an original socket bayonet for the Austrian M1854 “Lorenz” rifle musket, with its distinct four-sided blade and diagonal mortise slot in the socket. Bayonet attached to the Austrian Lorenz… (1000-1791). Learn More »

SWORD BAYONET FOR THE COLT ALTERATION OF THE M1841 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE

SWORD BAYONET FOR THE COLT ALTERATION OF THE M1841 MISSISSIPPI RIFLE

In 1861 Colt reached an agreement with the government to purchase Model 1841 rifles at $10.00 each, alter them to .58 caliber, fit them with sword bayonets, and then sell them back to the government… (1037-408). Learn More »

UMC MARKED REMINGTON SWORD BAYONET FOR THE FRENCH M1914 ROLLING BLOCK RIFLE

UMC MARKED REMINGTON SWORD BAYONET FOR THE FRENCH M1914 ROLLING BLOCK RIFLE

This example is marked by Remington in the blade fuller: “REMINGTON ARMS CO. –UNION METALLIC CTG. CO. REM. WORKS, ILION N.Y.” The steel pommel and guard are smooth metal, a mix of gray and dull… (1037-395). Learn More »


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ORIGINAL 1880’S COPY OF THE VERY RARE AMES SWORD COMPANY CATALOG

Single leather bound volume is in excellent condition. It meas. approx. 7.00 x 10.00 inches and runs approx. 368 pages and contains hundreds of illustrations. The brown leather covers are embossed in gold on both front and back with a stack of… (344-2325). Learn More »

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