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American Remington Model 1917 bayonet and scabbard, wrongly 1918 dated, WW2 re-issue.
American Remington Model 1917 bayonet and scabbard, wrongly 1918 dated, WW2 re-issue. American Remington Model 1917 bayonet and scabbard, wrongly 1918 dated, WW2 re-issue. American Remington Model 1917 bayonet and scabbard, wrongly 1918 dated, WW2 re-issue. American Remington Model 1917 bayonet and scabbard, wrongly 1918 dated, WW2 re-issue.
 

American Remington Model 1917 bayonet and scabbard, wrongly 1918 dated, WW2 re-issue.


This is a Remington made Model 1917 bayonet as fitted to the US Model 1917 rifle (often mistakenly called the P17) and the Enfield P14. These bayonets were also re-issued in WW2 to be used with the P14 and M17 rifles that armed the Home Guard units. This particular bayonet is in overall very good condition, with good clean blacked finish on the blade and very good edge and point. Mistakenly marked 1918 on the ricasso, Remington stamped some of their Model 1917 bayonets with 1918 as the year changed, when in fact this was the pattern not a date! making these 'wrong' ones very collectable. The other side showing the 'flaming bomb' and eagle's head motifs and US, for US military use. Good grips and release button, signs of corrosion to crossguard and pommel. The Pattern '07 scabbard is in similar good condition, nice tight throat and chape showing similar condition as pommel and crossguard, maker marked and dated Walsall 1941.  An unusual bayonet in good sound original condition, a real 'sleeper' that was re-issued in WW2.


Our Price: £145.00


Our Price: £145.00

 

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