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The Model of 1905 bayonet was made for the U.S. M1903 Springfield rifle. This designation was changed to Model 1905 in 1917, and then to M1905 in 1925, when the army adopted the M designation nomenclature. The M1905 bayonet has a 16-inch (40.6 cm) blade, and a 4-inch (10.16 cm) handle. The bayonet also fits the U.S. M1 Garand rifle. In 1943, a shorter, 10-inch (25.4 cm), bladed version was produced with a black molded plastic handle, and designated the M1 bayonet.
*I got one from Crossbow5...thank you!!!
Looking for good condition original 16” Model of 1905 / M1905 with wooden grips bayonet, and original sheath for my ‘03. I think there were two sheath types for the early 16” depending on year, and either type of sheath is fine if an original, preferably...
I would prefer a brown right side grip by CPP for a m1905 bayonet but may also be interested in a set of wood grips. The bayonet is a SA 1908 16". I am also looking for a scabbard for it that can be a 1910 or m1917 scabbard is fine. I would like originals only please.