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Authentic Original Rifle & Musket Bayonets of .58 Caliber
Authentic Artifacts from the Revolutionary War Era thru About 1840
Alabama Museum Collection Massive Saber Bayonet For a British Volunteer Rifle
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This is a wild looking weapon. It has the early 1800's style socket which is designed like a Brown Bess. In Kiesling's book on Bayonets of the World, he has a similar model illustrated on the top of page 502. He states that it is probably British and is likely for some type of Volunteer model. The blade is the long version that is designed to be used like a saber as well as a bayonet. This one measures 26 inches in overall size with the blade making up 21-1/2 inches. This one is in great shape all the way around. On the back of the socket you can see the hand cut Roman numerals. It is a wild bayonet that display quite well. We acquired this one from the great Blue & Gray Civil War museum collection in Decatur, Alabama. Now it can be on your wall.

Item #: A7730
Shipping Weight: 5 lbs
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