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Bayonets US
US WWI M1917 Bayonet, 2nd Pattern Scabbard, Remington Mfg 1918

Bayonets US
US WWI M1917 Bayonet, 2nd Pattern Scabbard, Remington Mfg 1918

Item #47540 : riginal era manufacture. Standard pattern US M1917 bayonet, with a 2nd pattern leather bodied scabbard.This example has been ridden pretty hard and put away wet, the scabbard body displays several coats of postwar applied paint; one black, the other an ugly green.On the plus side the scabbard is intact and the leather is free of dry rot.Moving on the bayonet itself; the blade displays an even steel patina which is free of nicks or surface corrosion, that's a good thing. Now to the grips; the original wooden grips are intact, however displaying considerable wear. A previous owner thought it a good idea to replace the issue screws, one of which fits rather poorly.

Price: $95.00

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