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Swiss 1871 Vetterli Socket Bayonet. BAYO 698. - BAYO 698
This is a nice Swiss socket bayonet with a Quadrangular or Cruciform style blade. This was used on the 10.5mm Vetterli repeating rifle, but only for a few years until 1878 when a new sword bayonet was introduced. The overall length is 23” with a blade length of 20 ¼” and a socket length of 2 ¾”. The muzzle ring diameter (M.R.D) is 20mm. There are no markings on the bayonet. See White & Watts item 599, pages 265 & 269. An unusual and early Swiss bayonet. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 698 £195

Austrian M1895 Mannlicher Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 686. - BAYO 686
This is a nice other ranks M1895 Mannlicher bayonet. The blade is marked OE over WE (Oterreich Iche Waffen Fabrik Gesellschaft Steyr) and the double headed eagle denoting use by the Imperial forces and not for export. The blade is 9 ¾” in length and has rounded fullers. The cross guard is secured by 2 rivets, the grips are wood secured by domed rivets and the pommel is steel. The end of the pommel carries regimental markings of 94R 2682. The scabbard is steel with a brazed frog stud. See Martin J.Brayley An illustrated history of bayonets centre example on page 31. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 686 £195

Austrian Bayonet And Scabbard. - BAYO 684
This appears to be a dress bayonet similar to item 46 on page 22 of the bayonet book by White & Watts. However, it has regimental markings on the cross guard for the 33rd Infantry Regiment with the number 5920 below the other side of the cross guard is marked with 1270 OE. The blade is marked with OE over WG being the mark for the Osterreichiche Waffenfabrik Gesellschaft Steyr Factory. The other side has the double headed eagle denoting use by the Imperial army. The grips are wood held by two screw bolts and the scabbard is steel. An unusual bayonet for the collector of Austro-Hungarian bayonets. £225. BAYO 684.

Argentinian M1909 Bayonet and Scabbard. - BAYO 683
Argentinian M1909 Bayonet and Scabbard. This is a very nice M1909 bayonet with the Argentinian crest intact. These were usually ground off when the bayonets became obsolete and sold to other South American countries. This example has the feint Weyersberg Kirsch Baum & Co. Solingen on one side and Modelo Argentino 1090 over the Argentinian crest and G5117 on the other. The pommel also carries an R.A. in an oval denoting Republic of Argentina. The blade is 15 ¾” long, fullered and in excellent condition. The grips are wood held by domed rivets. The scabbard is blue steel in excellent condition and carries matching numbers to the blade i.e. G5117. The scabbard also has an impressed cross within a letter D and A circle with a cross. The mouth of the scabbard also has a circle with a cross and an A. The tip of the scabbard also carries the R.A. within an oval. A well-marked example with matching numbers and crest intact. See Martin J. Brayley, an illustrated history of bayonets Page 20. £395. BAYO 683.

Argentinian M1891 Mauser Bayonet and Scabbard. - BAYO 678
This is a scarce M1891 Argentinian Bayonet with crest intact. These bayonets were made for Argentina by Weyersberg Kirsch Baum & Co. Solingen are marked to the blade with their trademark. The other side carries ‘Modelo Argentino 1891 over Argentinian crest & A4808’ After the bayonets were declared obsolete and sold to other South American countries, the Argentinian crest was ground off so this is a scarce survivor. Also between1891 &1893 only 40,000 brass hilted bayonets were produced. Production continued with the white alloy grips from 1893. Making the brass hilted version with crest intact scarce. The blade is 15 ¾ “and fullered (storage grease shown on the blade in the pictures)The top spine carries a star over A, the crossguard a letter R and star over I and the brass grips have letter M in a circle on both sides. The scabbard is blued steel and carries the number P0464 and AX within a letter D. See Martin J.Brayley, an illustrated history of bayonets page 18 & 19. £395 BAYO 678.

Austrian M1895 Mannlicher Bayonet & Scabbard. - BAYO 676
This is a nice N.C.O’s (Non-commissioned officer) version of the M1895 Mannlicher bayonet made at Steyr. It is marked to the blade with OE over WG (Osterreichiche Waffenfabrik Gesellschaft Steyr) and the double headed eagle denoting use by the imperial forces and not for export. The blade is 9 ¾ “ in length nad has rounde fullers. The crossguard is secured by 2 rivets and has a hooked quillon. The grips are wood secured by domed rivets and the pommel has a hole which would have had a steel knot loop (now missing but easily replaced) The scabbard is steel with a brazed frog stud. See Martin J. Brayley, an illustrated history of bayonets, page 32. £225 BAYO 676.

**AUSTRALIAN SASR (Special Air Service Regiment) 3 SABRE SQUADRON**Parkerised L1A2 Bayonet With No.5 MK II & Scabbard. - BAYO 661
The Special Air Service Regiment, officially abbreviated SASR though commonly known as the SAS, is a special forces unit of the Australian Army. Formed in 1957, it was modelled on the British SAS sharing the motto, "Who Dares Wins". The regiment is based at Campbell Barracks, in Swanbourne, a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, and is a direct command unit of the Special Operations Command. It has taken part in operations in Borneo, Vietnam, Somalia, East Timor, Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as many other peacekeeping missions. The SASR also provides a counter-terrorist capability, and has been involved in a number of domestic security operations. An inquiry that was completed in 2020 found that some members of the regiment had committed war crimes in Afghanistan. The regiment is currently believed to be organised as follows:1 Squadron, 2 Squadron - announced in November 2020 to be disbanded, 3 Squadron, 4 Squadron, Specialist Support Squadron, Operational Support Squadron, 152 Signal Squadron. This is an Australian L1A2 bayonet to the Australian SASR 3 SABRE SQUADRON and scabbard. This is the Australian military version of the British L1A1 bayonet (see pages 291 & 292 item A32 in Skennerton's book British & Commonwealth Bayonets). It is completely parkerised and the edge of the grip scales are marked ‘SASR 3 SABRE SQN’. The grips are steel and are secured with two recessed steel rivets. The blade has a long fullers and drop point. The blade measures 7 ¾” length and is 11 ½” overall. The No.5 MK 2 steel scabbard has the correct brass mouth piece. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 661

**SCARCE**1958 Canadian Arsenals Ltd (Long Branch) CI (FN FAL) Bayonet No.5 MK1 Scabbard & Frog. Sn 18249 - 18249
This the scarce Canadian version of the FN FAL bayonet. The Canadian version looks similar to the British L1A1 and Australian L1A2.. It was 1st issued in 1956 and was made at Canadian arsenals Ltd (Long Branch) Their logo of ‘A’ within ‘C’ & 1958 ndate is stamped on the ricasso. ‘CI’ designation is stamped on the cross guard. The scabbard is the No5 MK1 fitted with a green 1937 pattern webbing frog. The frog has indistinct letters and numbers to the rear (see Skennerton item C15 pages 309 & 310). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 18249

Belgian 1953 Pattern Type A FN FAL Knife Bayonet, XI FI Marked Scabbard & Webbing Frog. BAYO 655 - BAYO 655
This is the Belgian FN FAL bayonet for the FN FAL 7.62mm calibre rifle. It has the early wood grips and distinctive prongs which acted as a flash suppressor on the muzzle. There is a serial number 0220 on the pommel but other than this the bayonet is devoid of markings. The pommel catch works as it should (see White and Watts item 104 pages 26 & 43). The blade is 7 ¾” length & it measures 12 ¾” overall. The bayonet comes with original steel scabbard. The mouth is marked ‘XI FI’. The scabbard is fitted with an original webbing frog. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 655

Portuguese Steyr Model 1886 Guedes (Kropatschek) Bayonet & Scabbard - BAYO 650
This is a nice 1886 Guedes bayonet, often referred to as the Kropatschek bayonet & is based on the Austrian M1873 bayonet. The bayonets were originally intended for the Guedes-Castro rifle but when Portugal decided to adopt the 8mm Kropatschek bolt action rifle, the bayonet was used instead of the new rifle (see page 242 and 243 plate 545 of the Bayonet Book by Watts & White). The clean fullered blade is 18 ½” length and measures 23 ½” overall. There is a small Steyr inspection mark on the blade (illustrated) and the spine of the blade is signed Steyr 1886. The cross guard has the correct muzzle ring and carries the letter C one side and UU 722 on the other. Its slab wood grips are secure and undamaged. The steel pommel has the correct bayonet release button which functions correctly. The steel scabbard is stamped J 734 near the throat has no dents. The scabbard has a frog bar at the throat & ball end tip. See Martin Brayley, An Illustrated History of Bayonets, pages 182 - 183. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 650
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