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Posted 09 November - PM. Community Forum Software by IP. View New Content U. Militaria Forum Forums Members More. Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled. Please log in to reply. Posted 28 August - AM I went to the local antique store today and I found a stand full of swords and bayonets.

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I bought this Remington bayonet for 78usd, wich I guess was a good price. There were also 2 more I might go buy another day, one of them dated for 94usd. What are they really worth? Which date is rarest? So what do you think?

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Posted 28 August - AM Good find. The Remington bayonets for the U. Enfield are normally dated When Remington switched the date to to match the production year Ordnance informed them to switch it back so your bayonet is somewhat rare. The scabbard is not U. HTH Tim. Posted 28 August - AM is the best pick. More than likely the dated one is a British P bayonet for a Lee-Enfield, so it cannot be used with an M rifle. The muzzle ring on the cross guard sits much lower on them.

Posted 28 August - AM Also, the dated one should not have the two vertical grooves in the wood grips, unless switched by someone, they are interchangable but not correct to change.M bayonet, JH US marked, unusual blade without fuller.

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M bayonet marked USTA, has some original brown finish. French M style bayonet, fits US 69 caliber musket, missing locking ring.

M Mississippi NH alteration sabre bayonet. M Drake alteration Mississippi rifle socket bayonet. Enfield rifle sabre bayonet, missing press stud. British P Enfield socket bayonet with scabbard and frog.

USA—First World War Era Bayonets

British P Enfield socket bayonet missing locking ring. Austrian M Lorenz socket bayonet with rare US made scabbard. Prussian M "Potsdam" bayonet with interesting marking. American made socket bayonet for Austrian M Lorenz rifle. M bayonet dated sn in unmodified leather scabbard. M bayonet dated RIA sn in modified leather scabbard. M bayonet dated sn in modified leather scabbard. M bayonet dated RIA sn in canvas scabbard. M bayonet dated sn in scabbard.

M bayonet, markings removed, missing locking mechanism. M Remington bayonet with scabbard, US surcharged. M Winchester with scabbard pommel damaged, press stud frozen. M 16" bayonet by PAL, datedchipped blade, in reproduction scabbard.L-mortise cut for a bottom bayonet mounting stud. Very heavy for its size, suggesting that it is likely made of iron.

It is very difficult to date early Colonial Period bayonets. They were made in small numbers by local blacksmiths, without benefit of gauges and other production tooling common to European manufacture. As a result, no two are alike. Colonial Militias began forming in the s. Because early militias focused primarily on defending settlements against Indian attack, the production and procurement of bayonets was spotty, at best. The more established militias, such as in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, are documented as having bayonets by the s.

However, bywhen the Revolutionary War began in earnest, only about half of Massachusetts Bay Colony muskets were equipped with bayonets. The Germanic features: forward-sweeping shank, flattened triangular blade profile, and applied socket construction are reminiscent of ca.

The example below is more typical of bayonets produced during the Revolutionary War, when locally-made bayonets tended to more closely copy official British or French designs. The blade measures 0. The muzzle length is 1. The mortise is cut for a bottom bayonet mounting stud. Although crude by European standards, this bayonet is a fairly refined example of the non-regulation bayonets made during the Revolutionary War.

This example probably dates from — The socket measures 3. The blade measures 1. A clone of the French M Charleville musket, the was the first musket type produced at the U. Prior to creation of the Ordnance Department, inmilitary small arms manufacturing lacked the organization and standardization that is generally associated with U.

Nomenclature around bayonets produced — is somewhat uncertain, due to lack of standardization and almost continual introduction of design changes. Schmidt identifies this type as the Harper's Ferry Patternwhich was produced from — Scant documentation exists regarding early manufacture of bayonets at Harper's Ferry Armory.

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Some Harper's Ferry muskets have a top bayonet mounting stud, while others have been observed with a bottom bayonet mounting stud, which is how this example's socket is cut. The elbow has a flattened face marked "US". There is a single punch mark on the ricasso and no face flute.

The unbridged socket has the vestiges of what appears to be a 3—digit serial number Harper's Ferry serial-numbered socket bayonets until ca. A 3—digit serial number would place this example in the first couple of years of Armory production ca. Schmidt identifies this bayonet as the Springfield Patternwhich was produced from — Earlier references may refer to this bayonet as the M The Pattern was the first U.

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The bridge strengthened the rear of the socket against the tendency to spread apart and cause the bayonet to dismount.It will not fit the M A sword bayonet design, the M bayonet design was based on the British Pattern bayonet, itself derived from the Pattern bayonetwhich incorporated a long inch blade. While designed primarily for the M riflethe bayonet was fitted for use on all the "trench" shotguns at the time.

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Note that the M bayonet and the British Pattern 14 bayonet from which it was derived were not interchangeable, and the two transverse cuts on the M grips were meant to provide easy recognition in the dark. The M was used frequently during the several different Banana Wars.

The U. The new Trench Guns being procured and issued were still designed to use the old M bayonet. The bayonet was again called on during the Korean War for issue with the various Trench guns still in service. In a strange twist of fate, in procurement orders were let for brand new production M bayonets. Stockpiles had finally run out, and new Winchester trench shotguns were being issued. These were used in limited quantities during the Vietnam War. It was not until towards the end of the Vietnam war that new Military shotguns were designed to use the newer knife bayonets.

M bayonets were still in used by the US Army as late as the early s for use with the M shotgun. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from M Bayonet. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Type of Bayonet. Shown is the U. Bayonet M affixed to the Springfield Rifle and the U.

Bayonet M affixed to the Model 12 Winchester Trenchgun 12 gauge pump shotgun. Hidden categories: Articles needing additional references from January All articles needing additional references Articles with short description.After using a M Krag rifle to break his opponent's M bayonet, President Theodore Roosevelt ordered that a proper bayonet be designed and fitted to the M Nearly all existing M rifles were converted to use the M bayonet and surviving examples of the rod-bayonet M rifle are exceedingly rare.

This is an original M rod bayonet, made — at Springfield Armory, with the beautiful high-polish blue characteristic of the period. The M bayonet was seen as too short for the M rifle, so a longer bayonet was designed the M bayonet mounts to the M rifle just fine.

As evidenced by the markings, the bayonet and scabbard have likely been together continuously since manufacture in The vast majority of early bayonets and scabbards were reworked and altered during the two world wars.

1917 Remington Bayonet

Totally original specimens such as this example are scarce. This example was made in at Rock Island Arsenal. This example was made at Rock Island Arsenal in It measures 4. Baumbach, whom records indicate began employment at the Arsenal in Made of cast-iron; and sporting a thick coat of dark paint, this small socket bayonet has a blunted point, as it was made only for drill and parade use. The socket length is 1. These are commonly associated with New York surplus dealer, Francis Bannerman, due to their listing in early Bannerman catalogs ca.

This is an early Mk. I example, with the extended muzzle ring and the pinned pommel. A flat spring was inserted inside the muzzle ring to remedy problems with the bayonet separating from the rifle.

The groove for the spring is visible in one of the photos at left. Both bayonet and scabbard have matching dates and bear the Canadian "broad arrow" acceptance marks showing that they were accepted for Canadian military service. Inthe U. Government purchased 20, Ross rifles and bayonets from Canada. These were intended for use in troop training due to the shortage of rifles and bayonets during the First World War. They were marked with "U. This bayonet and scabbard were both accepted into U.

Army service. This scabbard is missing its belt loop. Pommel Left : Canadian broad arrow proofmark and "08, a "crown8" inspector mark, and "". The hilt has dual muzzle rings that secure to the rifle's barrel via two set screws missing.

The blade is flexible spring steel with a button end. A wooden disc was inserted into the button and the button and blade both covered in russet-colored leather.The Pattern bayonet consisted of a one-piece steel blade and tangwith a crossguard and pommel made from wrought iron or mild steeland a wooden grip usually of walnut secured to the tang by two screws.

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Originally the bayonet featured a hooked lower quillion, intended to be used to trap and snap enemy bayonets when grappling, this was later deemed impractical and replaced with a simpler design fromoften unit armourers subsequently removed the hooked quillion when the bayonet went for repair, although there is no evidence that this was officially directed. The Pattern bayonet was supplied with a simple leather scabbard flitted with a steel top-mount and chapeit was usually carried from the belt by a simple frog.

The Pattern bayonet attached to the SMLE by a boss located below the barrel on the nose of the rifle and a mortise groove on the pommel of the bayonet. Official marks were stamped onto the Pattern bayonet's ricasso. On British manufactured bayonets the right side included an 'X' bend-test mark, a broad arrow government acceptance mark, and one or more Royal Small Arms Factory appointed inspector's marks, on the left side was the date of the bayonet's official inspection and the maker's name and the reigning monarch's crown and royal cypher'ER' Edward Rex and after 'GR' George Rex.

When the British military adopted the Short Magazine Lee-Enfield rifle and its barrel was shortened to British military strategists were fearful that the British infanteer would be at a disadvantage when engaged in a bayonet duel with enemy soldiers who retained a longer reach, bayonet fighting drills formed a significant part of a contemporary British infanteer's training, soldiers were drilled in various stances and parrying techniques against an enemy also armed with rifle and bayonet.

In —7 the British Army conducted trials to find a new longer standard issue bayonet, experiments were conducted with a number of foreign bayonet designs, including a modified version of the American Model bayonet and the Japanese Type 30 bayonet.

The trials resulted in the British Army adopting its own version of the Type 30 bayonet, the new design was designated Sword bayonet, pattern Mark I and was officially introduced on 30 January The Pattern bayonet was designed to be used with the experimental Pattern Enfield. The Pattern bayonet's only functional difference from the Pattern bayonet was the cross guard for the muzzle ring is longer, to fit the Pattern Enfield rifle. To accompany those rifles, Remington manufactured the 1, Pattern bayonets and Winchester producedThe Pattern bayonet cannot be fixed to the Lee-Enfield rifle because of the different muzzle ring heightsso to avoid confusion with the Pattern bayonet, two deep vertical grooves were cut into the wooden grips of the Pattern bayonet.

To accompany the M rifle, the United States simply adopted the Pattern bayonet as the Model bayonet. Over 2, Model bayonets were manufactured in the United States during the war, includingPattern bayonets manufactured for but not delivered to the British military, that were simply re-stamped as Model bayonets. The Model bayonet was adopted unchanged to be used with United States Army combat shotgunsafter the war, the M bayonet was retained for use with combat shotguns, it remained in United States service until the s.

FromIndia began cutting down Pattern bayonets to The India Pattern No. II and the India Pattern No. II and No. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Type of Bayonet. Main article: M bayonet. British Empire small arms of the First World War.

IV—VI Webley. Pattern infantry officer's sword Pattern bayonet Pattern cavalry sword Pattern bayonet. Vickers 1. Leach trench catapult West Spring Gun Sauterelle. SMLE No. Pattern bayonet Pattern bayonet.

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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Languages Add links.The bayonet was patterned after the British bayonet and to make it stand out from the similar British Lithgow bayonet2 vertical notches were added to the handle. This makes it extremely easy to spot in a lineup of bayonets and probably also served as a way to easily recognize which bayonet went to which type of gun should there be a mix of weapons.

When Remington were placing their markings on the bayonets inthey stamped instead of Up until then, it was common to date a bayonet by the year of manufacture, like the US M bayonet which was dated for each year it was manufactured to When the Model bayonet was produced, the military wanted the date of to be the model number stamped, not the year of manufacture. Once the error was caught, they went back to dating the blades with the date. So Remington bayonets with the date are generally more rare because of the error and the change in how bayonets should be marked.

Knowing that Winchester Bayonets are more rare and as such are more valuable is helpful. Also know that Remington bayonets that are marked are also rarer. I share a passion for collecting all things vintage and antique and love to share that passion with others. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Actually they were called Featured January 21, 0.

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