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Ross Rifle Co, Quebec 1907 bayonet

Article about: I have as above and just wondered if they are collectible? if they are I will post images, if not it will just go in my bit boring collection

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    Your scabbard is in great shape, they didn't seem to last. I had one, and one that had been converted to a knife, and the scabbard shortened accordingly. If the guy I sold it to still has it after 2 years, I might see if he wants to sell them back to me lol

  2. #12

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    How much are they worth?

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    The Ross Rifle 1907 bayonet is very collectable. The prices range all over due to condition. Ive seen them go between 100-300 Canadian clams...

    1907 Ross Bayonet...check the notched grip....very chilling...
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    Yes sure they are collectable.
    If not, post some pics anyway because i want to see it.

    Gr. Theo.
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    Welcome to the forum, Nice Ross! How is it marked?

    Jim

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    I have one that is un modified
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    I have my grandfather's WWI Ross Bayonet but there's a funny stamp on it. Kind of like a C with an * in the middle. Does anyone know what that means? Thanks for your help!Click image for larger version. 

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    the C means out of service

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    Thank you soooo much for letting me know, Mikee! I couldn't find any site that described such markings! All the best. - Jane

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    Hey there. I was passed down a mk 1 Ross Co. Bayonet all original never harmed. Just wondering if anyone knew how much the actual rifle cost and if you can still find them. Would love to put it back on the gun.

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