Military Bayonets

and Accessories



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.30-40 Krag Mills Double Loop Web Belt


Very nice web belt in excellent condition for the .30-40 Krag rifle. It has some discolorization but no fraying or tears. It has the double loop for a total of 100 rounds. A double strap or suspender harness were often issued with these belts for good reason. (Put 100 rounds of rifle ammo in your pockets and see how long your pants stay up.) These were used with and without the large square U.S. or state marked belt buckles. This would be a great accessory for the Remington Krag rifle I have listed elsewhere.










M1907 Enfield Bayonet


This is the bayonet commonly used with the #1 MkIII SMLE Enfield rifle in early WW2 until they came up with that silly spike one. It is dated 1910 and was made by Chapman. The leather scabbard is marked Mangrovite '42 which is an Australian arsenal.

Both bayonet and scabbard are in very good condition.







M7 Bayonet

in M10 Scabbard


This U.S. bayonet-knife M7 was made 1980–1984 by the Imperial Knife Co. of Providence, Rhode Island. Imperial delivered 194,000 M7 bayonets to the U.S. Government in the 1980’s. The Bayonet-Knife Scabbard M10 was developed in 1987, as the supply of M8A1 scabbards began to run out. The M10 scabbard is made of injection-molded plastic, with an integral nylon web belt hanger.  

Bayonet-Knife M7 U.S. military contract producers included:


—Bauer Ordnance Co.
—Columbus Milpar and Manufacturing Co.
—Conetta Manufacturing Co.
—Fraser Manufacturing Corp.
—General Cutlery Co.
—Imperial Knife Co. (later, Imperial Schrade Corp.)
—Ontario Knife Co.

This bayonet and scabbard are in unissued condition.





M4 Bayonet

Second Pattern

with M8A1 Scabbard


The M4 Second production bayonet resulted from post-WW2 experimentation to address the shortcomings of the original M4 with the leather handle. The two most significant differences are the two-piece molded plastic grip scales and the wider crosspiece. Production began in 1954 and continued at least into the late 1960s. Producers included:

—Turner Manufacturing Co.
—Imperial Knife Co.
—Conetta Manufacturing Co,
—Bren-Dan Manufacturing Co.


This is a great piece from the Cold War era.

This bayonet and scabbard are in unissued condition.



Model of 1905 Bayonet with Scabbard

This bayonet is the type issued with the early 1903 rifles. They were made by Springfield and Rock Island from 1905 to 1922.

In mid-1941, with the war coming, it was decided to restart production of the M1905 bayonet. To simplify production, these later bayonets had handles with black or dark red ribbed grips, made of phenol formaldehyde resin the earliest type of synthetic plastic. Production was scheduled to begin in January 1942, but the first bayonets were not delivered until April, with quantity deliveries not beginning until the summer of 1942. Despite initial setbacks, the M1905 bayonet was manufactured in sufficient numbers to keep up with the widespread introduction of the new M1 Garand rifle in 1942. By the end of 1942, all six manufacturers had changed the shape of their fullers to a narrower, round-bottomed shape. The later version of the M1905 bayonet with plastic grips is sometimes referred to as the M1942 by collectors and historians, but this designation was never used by the Army.

This one is in excellent condition. It has been sharpened but not scarred up in doing so. Made by Springfield Armory and dated 1916. These are getting scarce in this nice condition and has the correct canvas covered wood and rawhide scabbard.








Martini-Henry Bayonet

Pattern 1876


This is a very nice original for the .577-450 Martini-Henry rifle. This a British made one and not one of the Nepalese ones. It has the original leather and brass scabbard. Both are in excellent condition for their age.