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Who has Yataghan bayonets?

Article about: Not much going on in the bayonet world here lately, so I thought I would try and get something started. I have several and thought I would start off with one of the most common of the yatagh

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    Always loved these - Beautiful bayonets gents.
    A recent pick-up. Sadly, no scabbard.........
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    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Steve,

    He doesn't have any online at the moment but I regularly see spare French scabbards sold on bayonetman.com for reasonable prices with free international postage.

    Alex

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    Thank you Alex. I'll keep an eye on this site.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Quote by CBH View Post
    I don't have a Bayonet , but I do have the Ottoman Turkish sword from which the name comes . Hope you all like it .
    Cheers Chris
    thats a museum quality piece, looks very well made

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    Hello everyone,

    My M1842 leaf spring, with Chatellerault stamps.

    Strange scabbard, marked WD which is the British mark for War Department. Maybe ended up in the British armory?

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    I think the scabbard is for an English 1853 1st model artillery bayonet. The 1853 was a direct copy of the French 1842 with some slight differences, so I'm pretty sure the scabbards would interchange. The 1853 is a hard bayonet to find and the scabbard is pretty rare!

    Jim

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    Thanks for the kind words , it is a well made sword that looks as if it's seen some battles . Glad you like it , if anyone wants more photos just ask .
    Cheers Chris

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    And another - British - this am.........
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    Steve.

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    Looks like a decent 1856 Enfield bayonet. Is the back of the pommel/handle shaped concave? Looks like an 1856 from the side profile of the handle.

    Jim

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    Hi Jim - no, the back of the pommel is not concave.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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