BAYONET FOR THE US MODEL 1917 RIFLE

$295.00 SOLD

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Item Code: E2535

This bayonet and scabbard is in overall good condition.

The blade is semi-bright with minor amounts of mottling. The blade meas. approx. 17.00 inches long with a single fuller that starts just above the ricasso and runs approx. 12.25 inches. The edge is in good condition with no visible nicks. The ricasso is blued and marked on one side with “1917” over “REMINGTON” in a circle. The opposite side has an eagle head above a number “15” next to a bursting bomb over a “U.S.” To the right of the bursting bomb is an “X” over a number “2.” The iron guard has a dark finish with an “O” ring for fitting over the rifle’s muzzle. The wooden grip is the usual with two screws and two horizontal notches and is in good condition.

The scabbard is made of leather and is a dark green color. It exhibits some light wear but is in otherwise excellent condition. The pronounced seam running down the back is perfect. There is a brass tip and throat. Attached to the back of the throat is a leather tab with hooks for attaching to a Mills web belt. This leather tab is marked “JEWELL” over “1917.” The leather tab shows wear from age and use.

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