WORLD WAR II U.S. NAVY MARK 1 BAYONET SCABBARD

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Item Code: 1037-195

These scabbards are pretty much identical to the army’s M3 scabbard, being constructed of cloth-reinforced, pressure molded plastic with a steel throat bearing the double-ended belt hook pressed and crimped on the body. The only real difference is the marking of the throat: “USN / MK1.” Although the scabbard could be used for the Model 1942 bayonet, it could serve as well for the older 1905 pattern bayonets and there were large numbers of M1903 rifles allotted to US Navy warships for the arming of landing parties, etc.

This one is in excellent condition with minor wear to raised edges, a few scuffs to the surface, mostly on the back side, and some spotting to the reverse of the throat where the Parkerized finish was rubbed by the wearer’s body and gear.    [sr]

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