HARPERS FERRY M1819 SOCKET BAYONET FOR HALL RIFLE

$750.00

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Item Code: 490-4426

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This is a U.S. Model 1819 Socket Bayonet for the Hall Rifle as manufactured at Harpers Ferry. The US M1816/22/27 series of bayonets feature a 16” blade, face flute of varying lengths, a T-shaped mortise and no locking ring.

The socket of the Hall bayonet has a raised bridge that is cut with an additional offset slot to allow the offset front sight of the Hall rifle to pass through.

This nice example of a US M1819 Hall Rifle Socket Bayonet in about very good condition. Bayonet is overall bright with a very few small dings. The bayonet is unmarked. The socket has a .780” bore diameter and is approximately 19” in overall length. The blade is nearly 16” long with a 9” long face flute. The blade has what is known as the “prow-tip” that appears ground down as opposed to sharp and pointy.

This is an exceptional bayonet for a rare gun.  [jet] [ph:L]

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