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Authentic Original Rifle & Musket Bayonets of .58 Caliber
Authentic Artifacts from the Revolutionary War Era thru About 1840
Great Looking Model 1816 .69 Caliber Springfield Pattern Musket Bayonet
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This is a great looking bayonet. It is the .69 caliber bayonet that was designed to go on the Springfield or contract maker muskets of the model 1816 pattern. There were many of these bayonet used by soldiers on both sides of the Civil War since it is what many of the arsenals had on hand when the war broke out. This one has a beautiful full-length 16 inch blade with a nice tone all over. The bayonet was made with the inspector stampings on the base of the blade. It has the "EB" inspector initials as well as the clear "US" stamping. These are the initials of the inspector Elizur Bates who approved it for military service. The socket is in fine shape and is nice enough to be put back onto a gun today. It has the matching letters and numbers on the side of the socket that would have matched the gun originally. This is a fine bayonet from all angles.

Item #: B9237
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