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German World War I bayonet

Article about: A german World War I bayonet was handed down to me by my grandfather, and I'd really like to identify it. The blade is exactly 12 inches long to the tip, down by the handle there are some ma

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    Default Re: German World War I bayonet

    Quote by m3bobby View Post
    Its a 1888 Lee Meford bayonet Mk1 type 1, I think this type (With 3 rivets) is quite scarce. The blade shows the remains of Queen Victorias crown.

    In addition, just found this site which states the type one with 3 rivets is very rare. Lucky you!

    Technology of War - Lee-Metford Bayonets

    Also, forgot to mention, I have the Lee Meford type 2 on my Martini Enfield carbine converted to .303".

    Indeed, this is what m3bobby says.
    ........A nice one !






    Regards, Steve.

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    Default Re: German World War I bayonet

    Quote by Walkwolf View Post
    Indeed, this is what m3bobby says.
    ........A nice one !






    Regards, Steve.
    I've been researching and I can't seem to find a value on this thing. Everything I find has the 2 rivets and that's it. Any help in the area would be thanked.

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