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**AUSTRALIAN SASR (Special Air Service Regiment) 3 SABRE SQUADRON**Parkerised L1A2 Bayonet With No.5 MK II & Scabbard. 18276. - 18276
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. 18276.

*Scarce* Italian M1870/87 ‘Type U’ Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 445. - BAYO 603
This is a scarce variant of the ‘M1870/87’ Italian Vetterli bayonet (Italian state arsenals began producing the Vetterli from 1871. Rifles with varying differences were produced until the design was standardized in 1874. Five versions of the single-shot Vetterli were produced. The first of these were the infantry rifle and the cavalry carbine. A short rifle for special troops was introduced at some point before 1875. In the 1880s, variants of the carbine would be specially made for the Carabinieri and Corazzieri). As usually the blade and pommel are fixed by a nut on the top, but in this version the guard and the pommel are welded to the blade and therefore the bayonet does not have the characteristic pommel normally associated with the ‘Vetterli’ bayonets. The blade is in very good condition with staining conducive with its age. The wooden grips, leather and metalwork on the scabbard are in good order with only minor scuffs. See White & Watts item 429 pages 189 & 193 and also ‘An illustrated history of bayonets’ by Martin J. Brayley, pages 160 & 161. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 603. (Box 3)

Brazilian 1908/34 Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 602. - BAYO 602
This is a nice example of a ‘1908/34’ Brazilian bayonet. These bayonets were made to fit the ’30-06 Calibre short rifle (The Mosquetão Itajubá M1934 was a 08/34 short rifle chambered in .30-06 Springfield adopted by Brazil in 1934). Although the rifles were made in Brazil the bayonets were made in Czechoslovakia. These bayonets were similar to the ‘1908’ pattern but had a longer blade to make up for the shorter length of the ‘M1934’ rifle. The scabbard is also similar to the ‘1908’ pattern with a leather body but with heavily blued steel mounts instead of the brass mounts on the ‘M1908’. The blade is in very good condition with staining conducive with its age. The wooden grips, leather and metalwork on the scabbard are in good order with minor scuffs. See ‘An illustrated history of bayonets’ pages 38 & 39. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 602. (Box 2)

*Scarce* Turkish ‘M1935’ Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 594. - BAYO 564
This is a very scarce ‘M1935’ bayonet which was newly made when Turkey decided to standardise their weapons to ‘1903’ style rifles and 250mm length bayonet blades. The pommel carries ‘AS.FA’ which stands for ‘Askari Fabrika’ and translates as ‘Military Factory’ and has a serial number of ‘56589’. The blade is fullered but devoid of any markings. The scabbard is steel with an oval frog stud, and again devoid of markings. The blade has light staining conducive with its age. The wooden grips are in good order as the scabbard which has a nice patina and only very insignificant indentation. See ‘An Illustrated History of Bayonets’ by Martin J. Brayley pages 219-221. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 594. (Box 2)

*Matching Numbers* Brazilian ‘1908’ Pattern Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 593. - BAYO 593
This is a nice Brazilian ‘1908’ pattern bayonet and scabbard with matching numbers. These bayonets were for use with the new 7mm Mauser rifle adopted in 1908 and were made in Germany. This example carries the trademark of W.K. & CIE. Solingen (Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Co) (The history of the company Weyersberg, Kirschbaum & Cie (W.K.C.) in Solingen began in the early middle-ages, when the trademark “Kingshead“ was registered by the blade smith Johannes Wundes in 1560. This trademark is one of the oldest registered and is still in use today) on the ricasso. The crossguard carries the number ‘6614’ as does the frog stud on the brass mounted leather scabbard. The blade has light staining consistent with its age. The wooden grips are in very nice condition. The leather, stitching and metalwork on the scabbard are all in good order. See ‘An Illustrated History of Bayonets’ page 38 by Martin J. Brayley. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 593. (Box 2)

Russian ‘Tokarev M1940’ (SVT) Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 580. - BAYO 580
This is a very nice Russian ‘SVT40’ bayonet to fit the 1940 Tokarev 7.62mm rifle (The SVT-40 (Samozaryadnaya Vintovka Tokareva, Obrazets 1940 goda, "Tokarev self-loading rifle, model of 1940", often nicknamed "Sveta") is a Soviet semi-automatic battle rifle. The SVT-40 saw widespread service during and after World War II. It was intended to be the Soviet Red Army's new service rifle, but its production was disrupted by the German invasion in 1941, resulting in a change back to the Mosin–Nagant rifle for the duration of World War II. After the war, the Soviet Union adopted new rifles, such as the SKS and the AK-47). The 9 ½” long blade is blued and the grips are unmarked wood held by two screwbolts. One grip caries the number 197. The scabbard is blued steel with a permanently attached leather belt loop. See The Bayonet Book by ‘White & Watts’ item No 953, pages 443 & 446. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 580. (Box 3)

Belgian ‘F.N. Model 1949 Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 565. - BAYO 565
This is probably an export version as Belgian used bayonets carry a ‘SA30’ over crown & J.F.’ and this bayonet is totally unmarked. Other users were Egypt and South American countries, so this is probably for South America as Egyptian bayonets have Arabic script to the pommel. The blade is in near mint condition, as are the wooden grips. The scabbard is blued steel and the frog stud carries the number ‘39808’. See White & Watts item 103, pages 26 & 42 and also site under the Belgium heading. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 565. (Box 1)

*Scarce* Austro-Hungarian ‘M1895’ Bayonet & Scabbard. BAYO 564. - BAYO 564
A scarce WW1 Austro-Hungarian M1895 Mannlicher carbine knife bayonet, with calibrated foresight on the muzzle ring. The M1895 Knife bayonet was made for use on the 8 mm. M1895 Mannlicher rifle, which was produced in great quantities prior to and during the First World War. The M1895 bayonet was the first knife bayonet to feature an inverted blade profile, where cutting edge faces upward when fixed. The Mannlicher M1895 (German: Infanterie Repetier-Gewehr M.95, Hungarian: Gyalogsági Ismétl!7; Puska M95; "Infantry Repeating-Rifle M95") is a straight pull bolt-action rifle, designed by Ferdinand Ritter von Mannlicher that used a refined version of his revolutionary straight-pull action bolt, much like the Mannlicher M1890 carbine. This examples blade measures 24 ¾ cm (36 cm overall) it has an Eagle and makers mark to the ricasso. The wooden grips are held with two pins and are in good condition with age related use marks. The scabbard is in very good condition with makers mark, inspection stamps and ‘23’ on the frog mount. An nice pairing for the collector/enthusiast. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 564.

*Unique* Chilean M1910 Police Sidearm Converted From French Gras 1874 Bayonet and Steel Scabbard. ED 1047. - ED 1047
Chilean M1910 Police Sidearm Converted From French Gras 1874 Bayonet and Steel Scabbard. ED 1047. This is a nice unusual conversion. It is a Chilean Police sidearm and scabbard issued to the Chilean Police in 1910. These were made up using a section of the blade and the crossguard of a French Gras 1874 bayonet. This was then mated to a solid brass hilt bearing the Chilean Coat of Arms. The blade of the bayonet has been shortened dramatically to 11.25 inches and the bayonet measures 16 inches overall. There is no mortise slot or fixing button and therefore it was only intended as a dress item. The cross guard with muzzle ring and quillon is present. The hilt has number "C2116" stamped on its side. The bayonet is complete with its steel scabbard with brass mounts which is in nice condition. These are an uncommon item, (see Martin J. Brayley 'An Illustrated History of Bayonets' book, pages 46 & 48). The price includes UK delivery. ED 1047.

*Scarce* Israeli Uzi Sub Machine Gun Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 258. - BAYO 258
This is a current Uzi Sub Machine Gun bayonet of all steel construction in excellent condition. There are two versions, the one with steel grips and a metal scabbard and another with plastic grips and scabbard. This one is in very good condition. It has a parkerised 6 5/8" blade and as is usual with these bayonets devoid of any markings. It is complete with a nice condition plastic scabbard with steel mouth piece. A scarce bayonet and not easy to find. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 258. (Box 2)
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