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American M1917 Pattern Bayonet By Remington and Leather Scabbard - BAYO 648
This is a re-issue of an American made and issued M1917 bayonet for Home Guard use in WW2 and is not a British 1913 Pattern bayonet. The bayonet is stamped on the ricasso with the Remington Logo and "1917" on one side and ordnance marks of the flaming bomb over "US" on the other together with the Eagle Acceptance/Inspectors stamp. The bayonet is carried in a standard British 1907 leather scabbard which is steel mounted and has a round frog stud and is probably a Home Guard Re-Issue in WW2. The grips have the remains of red paint in the grooves. See Skennerton's Item B289 page 236. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 648
145.00

American M1917 Bayonet By Remington and Scabbard - BAYO 647
This is a good condition M1917 bayonet made by Remington. The bayonet is nicely stamped on the ricasso with Remington and 1917. The other side is stamped with the 'Flaming Grenade' over "US" and the eagles head inspection mark. The wooden grips have two grooves cut into them and there is an oil hole in the pommel. The bayonet is carried in its Mark 2 scabbard with leather fob attached to the top mount which carried the U.S. wire type belt hooks. The top mount carries GF within an oval monogram. Later scabbards merely have the belt hooks attached to the top mount. The American scabbards also have a small drain hole drilled in the bottom of the chape, unlike British versions which did not have the hole. A nice early and complete pattern 1917 bayonet and early scabbard. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 647
245.00

U.S. M6 Bayonet By Milpar and USM8A Scabbard By V.P.Co. - BAYO 283
This is a scarce M6 bayonet for the M14 rifle. Introduced in May 1957, it is similar in style to the M5 bayonet but utilises a conventional muzzle ring instead of the gas plug stud found on the M5 which was for the Garand rifle. The M6 was short lived due to the introduction in 1963 of the M16 rifle which this took the M7 bayonet with a larger muzzle ring. The crossguard is stamped with U.S. M6 MILPAR (the maker). The grips are black chequered plastic held by 2 screw bolts and the release catch is behind the crossguard as in the M5 bayonet. It is contained in its US M8A1 scabbard by V.P.Co (Victory Plastics) One of the most difficult bayonets to find in the 'M' series. See White & Watts, No 939 pages 413 & 440. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 283
175.00

U.S. M1 Garand Bayonet and Scabbard - BAYO 282
This is a nice M1 bayonet that has been cut down from a M1905/M1942 bayonet. This occurred from August 1942 when it was discovered that the M1925 and M1942 bayonets were too long, especially for jungle fighting. The first bayonets merely had cut down blades which are readily identifiable by the fullers which run down to the point. Later bayonets had a new blade with standard fullers. This example has a cut down blade marked to the ricasso with A.F.H. (Union Fork and Hoe Company of Geneva, Ohio) U.S. and a Flaming Grenade (Frankford Arsenal). The scabbard is a standard M3green plastic with a metal throat stamped with U.S. within a flaming grenade. The tip has light wear damage caused by service use. See An Illustrated History of Bayonets by Martin J. Brayley, pages 230 and 242. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 282
225.00

Early U.S. M5 Knife Bayonet By Imperial & Scabbard By Imperial - BAYO 270
This is an early American M5 knife bayonet by Imperial. This early production bayonet has the early lever spring set at a shallower angle but this was found to be difficult to operate in the field. Some bayonets were found to have a loose fit on the rifles. Later bayonets were modified to become the M5-1 and M5 A1. This bayonet is marked on the crossguard with U.S.M5 IMPERIAL and carries a feint Government Department of Defence acceptance mark consisting of a stylized eagle surmounted by 3 stars. This replaced the old flaming grenade marks and was in use between 1955 and the mid 1960s. The bayonet has chequered black plastic grips secured by screw bolts. The bayonet is contained in its U.S. M8A1 olive green scabbard has a holed chape for a thigh cord which is a later version. See Martin J. Brayley, An Illustrated History of Bayonets on page 246. Price includes UK delivery. BAYO 270
145.00

American Garand Bayonet And Scabbard - BAYO 629
This is a nice WW2 version bayonet for the M1 Garand rifle. The bayonet was made by Utica cutlery and the blade is stamped U.C. and the flaming grenade. This is a newly made bayonet and not a cut down 1906 or 1942 pattern where the fullers would run through to the point. The scabbard is the standard M7 version and is marked to the top mount with a flaming grenade and U.S. See Martin J. Brayley, An Illustrated History of Bayonets on pages 235 241. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 629
175.00

Scarce American M4 Bayonet With Black Plastic Grips - BAYO 615
This is a scarce American M4 bayonet introduced in 1956 with black chequered plastic grips held by 2 screw bolts. This bayonet is an update of the wartime M4 bayonet which had leather grips that were found to rot and perish in tropical climates. The blade is parkerised and the designation is stamped on the underside of the crossguard, in this case US M4 CAMILLUS. The scabbard is the standard US M8A1 made by PWH. See White and White item no. 936 on pages 413 and 439. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 615
175.00

American Mint Condition M4 Bayonet And Scabbard - BAYO 612
This is a mint condition M4 bayonet made by Eickhorn for export to third world countries that were using the American M1 carbine. The blade has a satin finish with black plastic chequered grips. The crossguard carries the designation WS M4 stamped to the underside of the crossguard. The scabbard is the standard US M8A1 and is stamped thus to the top locket along with Germany as is to be expected from Eickhorn. Both the bayonet and scabbard are top quality. This is an unusual variant for the collector of American bayonets. See identification of bayonets web site by C, Alan Russell. This is a very nice complete and original bayonet and scabbard. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 612
145.00

American Mint Condition M4 Bayonet And Scabbard - BAYO 612
This is a mint condition M4 bayonet made by Eickhorn for export to third world countries that were using the American M1 carbine. The blade has a satin finish with black plastic chequered grips. The crossguard carries the designation WS M4 stamped to the underside of the crossguard. The scabbard is the standard US M8A1 and is stamped thus to the top locket along with Germany as is to be expected from Eickhorn. Both the bayonet and scabbard are top quality. This is an unusual variant for the collector of American bayonets. See identification of bayonets web site by C, Alan Russell. This is a very nice complete and original bayonet and scabbard. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 612
145.00

American, Near Mint, M7 Bayonet In The Scarce M10 Plastic Scabbard - BAYO 611
This is a scarce unmarked American M7 bayonet with a blackened blade and black plastic chequered grips held on by 2 screw bolts. The bayonet is virtually mint and is contained in its scarce M10 black plastic scabbard introduced to replace the US M8 A1 green plastic scabbards in 1970. This scabbard was not produced in any numbers until the mid 80s. This black plastic scabbard has the following moulding marks M10 ASSY 8448476 MFG 2X376 to the front of the scabbard. The scabbard has a black nylon webbing frog attached to it. See An Illustrated History of Bayonets by Martin Brayley, Page 247 - 248). This is a nice set in a scarce scabbard. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 611
195.00
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