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Antique Collectible Bayonets

A bayonet is a weapon resembling a short sword or a dagger, designed to be attached to the muzzle of a rifle or musket. The bayonet is believed to have been developed in Bayonne, France, about 1650.

It consisted originally of a spike or dagger equipped with a handle that fit into the muzzle of the musket. This first type, the plug bayonet, had several defects as a weapon. No shot could be fired until the bayonet was removed; if pushed in too tightly, it was difficult to remove; if not tight enough, it might fall out or remain in the body of an enemy. About 1700 the attachment was modified to fit around the barrel of the musket, allowing the gun to be fired with the bayonet in place. This type of attachment, the socket bayonet, is still in use, but the length and shape of the blade have been altered.

Bayonets

SURVIVOR SURVIVAL KNIFE BAYONET WIRE CUTTER EXTRA STORAGE SHARPENING STONE

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Russian Cossack Saber Sword Copper Guard Steel Sheath Attyach Bayonet A379

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13" Zomb-War Bayonet Survival Knife Stainless Steel with Sheath

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Vintage Toledo Bayonet knives (lot#9919)

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WWII Russian Cossack Saber Sword Brass Guard Steel Scabbard W Bayonet Replica

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L1783 Used Military Sheath Composite Handle Bayonet Blade Knife Unbranded

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New book: Virginia Manufactory of Arms Bayonets 1800 – 1825 by Joseph Serbaroli

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1890`S TURKISH SWORD LONG BAYONET OTTOMAN MAUSER DAGGER M1890 WW1 WW2

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Japanese Officer Bayonet Dagger Tanto Sword Hunting Knife Steel Sheath Brass Fit

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13.5" Military Survival Rambo Fixed Blade Hunting Knife Bayonet Tactical-F

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Military Bayonets

WW2 US M1 Garand Bayonet, 1942 Utica Cutlery (UC) flaming bomb, w/Scabbard (HTK)

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Original WWII German K98 Bayonet -E.u.F. Horster 40-matching scabbard

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WW II WW2 US M1905 16" Wilde Tool WT 1942 Bayonet & USN MK1 Scabbard M1 Garand

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WW1/2 US M1 Garand Bayonet, 1914 Springfield Armory (SA) w/Scabbard

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German M1938 Long Dress Bayonet with Scabbard

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Antique M1892 Krag Bayonet w/ Sheath Scabbard

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M1899 Remington Rolling Block Short Rifle Bayonet Mexican Contract

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WW1/2 US M1 Garand Bayonet, 1917 Springfield Armory (SA) flaming bomb,w/Scabbard

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WWI IMPERIAL GERMAN ERSATZ BAYONET 98/05

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ORIGINAL US ARMY BAYONET QUALIFICATION BAR WITH MOUNTING RINGS

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Antique Bayonet

During World War I the U.S. Army used a bayonet resembling a short sword with a 16 inch blade. It was sharpened along the full length of one edge and on the back for about 5 inches from the point. The German army used a 15 inch sword. The French used a triangular blade about 22 inches long and the British used flat, triangular blades of various lengths. In World War II the length of the bayonets was reduced by about 8 inches, in order to decrease the load carried by soldiers and so increase their efficiency and mobility. Other types of bayonets - mauser bayonet, german bayonet and ww2 bayonet.


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