M1847 ARTILLERY MUSKETOON BAYONET

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Item Code: 490-2757

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The 1847 Artillery musketoon, the M1847 Sappers & Miners musketoon, and M1847 Cavalry carbine had similar configurations and had the ability to mount a bayonet. Although similar, they differed in the type of bayonet they used.   The M1847 Sappers & Miners Musketoon could be affixed with a sabre bayonet. These items were produced in the Springfield Arsenal where its estimated that sometime between 1856 and 1857 Sappers & Miners Musketoons were altered to the Artillery configuration; sabre bayonet function removed and replaced with socket.

The M1847 Artillery Musketoon bayonet pictured here has an overall dark brown patina. There is light surface oxidation and pitting on the back edge.  The blade measures 15 ¼” and the socket 2 5/8”.  Inside the socket there is oxidation and the outer portion has several areas of pitting. The locking ring runs smooth, is functional and retains the original screw.  “US” is stamped on the face flat with the letter “I” stamped above the U and an additional “I” underneath. [MK] [ph:L]

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