Original U.S. WWI M1917 Enfield Bayonet by Remington with First Pattern Scabbard - Unissued

Item Description

Original Item: Only One Available. This is nearly perfect and almost certainly unissued. We’ve never been an example of this bayonet with scabbard so good.

The M1917 bayonet was designed to be used with the US M1917 Enfield .30 caliber rifle, as well as with the seven different U.S. trench shotguns. The blade was 16 inches (40.6 cm) long.

This excellent example is marked:



The M1917 bayonet was used first during World War I by American soldiers on the Western Front. A sword bayonet design, the M1917 bayonet design was based on the British P1907 bayonet, which incorporated a long 17-inch blade. While designed primarily for the M1917 rifle the bayonet was fitted for use on all the "trench" shotguns at the time.

The M1917 was used frequently during the several different Banana Wars.

The U.S. continued to use the Word War I-made M1917 bayonets during World War II because of large stockpiles left over. The new Trench Guns being procured and issued were still designed to use the old M1917 bayonet.

The bayonet was again called on during the Korean War for issue with the various Trench guns still in service.

First Pattern Scabbard-

Original WWI manufacture nicely marked:



Features a green painted leather body with metal throat and chap. First pattern with the leather mounting pad holding the 1910 belt hook, riveted to a rectangular metal base attached to the scabbard throat. The leather mounting pad is dated 1917.

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