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Rifle & Musket Bayonets from after the Civil War
Misc. Non-Excavated
Original Socket Bayonet For the Indian War Era Springfield Trapdoor Rifle
Item #: A5551
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This is a nice original socket bayonet for the .45-70 Springfield trapdoor rifle. This bayonet is made after the Civil War for the trapdoor breech Springfield rifle. It looks almost identical to the Civil War Springfield bayonet except the diameter of the socket is smaller because of the smaller caliber of the rifle barrel. This one has a full-length blade is made without the "US’ stamp at the base. The socket has the lockring and screw present but has been repaired and reshapened over the years. It is priced accordingly. It is accompanied by the metallic body scabbard that has the brass US rosette present at the top of the scabbard. This is the version that has the leather belt loop instead of the belt hook. The leather has stiffened and separated along the seam with age but is still displays well. This is an attractive Indian Wars era Springfield trapdoor rifle bayonet for the price.


Shipping Weight: 3 lbs
$95.00 USD

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