Swedish Knife Bayonet for the M1896 Rifle
Swedish made bayonet by Carl Gustaf Stads gevärsfaktori between 1913-1964
On the blade it is marked on the ricasso with crown over C. Otherside of the ricasso it is marked with only a crown. Blade has been sharpened
The underside of the cross-guard has a marking with EJAB with crown and anker and another crown.
Scabbard has the Crow over C on the sca... read more
DDR Modell 59 (AKM Type I) Bayonet
In a very good condition an East German AKM M59/I bayonet
This knife bayonet is for use with the 7.62 mm. Maschinenpistole Kalashnikow Modernisierter (MPiKM) Kalashnikov AKM assault rifle.
This was a copy of the Russian 6X3 bayonet, the East German NVA bayonet variant has a black plastic grip. Black steel scabbard with a black rubber insulator. Gray leather belt h... read more
Kaiserreich M1871/84 Dress Bayonet Eickhorn
In an excellent condition a rare German Empire Eickhorn Model 1871/84 Dress bayonet
Marked with the two squirrels sitting back to back over the letters C.E. Standing for Carl Eickhorn. This logo was used between 1906 - 1921. No other markings present on the Bayonet or Scabbard.
It has a very nice chromed finished blade, There is only one spot in the middle of the b... read more
Yugoslavia M1948 Mauser Bayonet
In an excellent condition a very early M1948 Yugoslavian bayonet
Nicely blued all over and patina on the wooden grips. Maker markings in cyrrilic ПРЕДУЗЕЋЕ 44 which means factory 44. Factory 44 was the Zavodi Crvena Zastava in Serbia and still is a weapons factory.
On the other side of the ricasso and cross-guard there are stamps BK in a rectangle and a marking W B... read more
WWII Russian Mosin Nagant M1891/30
In an excellent condition a Mosin Nagant M1891/30 bayonet
This is the 2nd model/ version of the Mosin Nagant bayonet with leather frog/ scabbard, otherwise called the M1891/30 bayonet.
These specific type bayonets were used by the Russians during the 2nd WW and were crudely made (in haste). In 1930 the old style M1891 bayonet was re-designed by E.K. Kabakow and J.A... read more
Swiss Pioneer sawback bayonet M1914
In a very good condition a Swiss Pioneer bayonet M1914
A very nice Swiss bayonet M1914 made by the Waffenfabrik in Neuhausen
It has a very nice blade with a double toothed saw back and a fals edged spear point
The cross-guard is numbered 650282 and the ricasso has the makers mark. The cross-guard has on the bottom a Swiss cross marking and a circle.
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Swiss Bayonet M1957 SIG Stgw (Wenger)
In an excellent condition a SIG Stgw M1957 bayonet
Maker marked on the Ricasso W which stands for Werner and low number 74825. Otherside a Logo WF for Waffen Fabrik. They have made so far about 700.000 of these bayonets. Very early ones have the full name of the maker marked on the ricasso.
The bayonet was made for the Sturmgewehr 57 (Stgw 57)
On the crossgu... read more
3rd Reich KS98 Bayonet WKC
In a very good but used condition a WKC dress bayonet
Marked with the knight and the letters WKC underneath for Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Cie. This specific logo was in use during the 3rd Reich era.
The bayonet is also marked on the cross-guard by the owner "Herzer." and has very nice (Spanish Bolo bayonet like) wooden checkerd grips.
The press stud ... read more
WWI British P1907 (SMLE) No1 MK1 Wilkinson Pall Mall
Very good condition Pattern 1907 bayonet with frog.
Blade is very nicely blued with fuller. Various markings on the ricasso. A bit faded but Crown with G.R. (Georgius Rex (king George V), manufacturing date June 1916. Maker marked Wilkinson Pall Mall.
Otherside of the ricasso Bend marks and various other inspection stamps
Tear drop leather Scabbard is in ver... read more
WWII Australian P1907 bayonet
Very nice condition Pattern 1907 bayonet with frog.
Blade is very nicely blued with fuller, it has some minor pitting and aging. Various markings on the ricasso. manufacturing date September 1942. MA 1907 I, which means Made in Australia Pattern 1907 MKI . In July 1942 the production was moved to the Orange Arsenal. The otherside of the ricasso is marked by this factory OA. X is... read more