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20th Century War Bayonets & Scabbards

The key to close quarters combat, the bayonet served many purposes from entrenching and eating to attack or self defense. We bring you some of the most rare originals and expertly crafted reproductions for the collector and those looking to complete their firearms. Find folding bayonets, fixed blades and scabbards from WWI, WWII and other conflicts of the 20th century.

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M7 Scabbard for 10” M1 Bayonet

#803322
This reproduction sheath is made of hard plastic in black with a metal top and belt hanger.
$29.95

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Review of: M-1905 Springfield Bayonet

always a great product and price.will always buy here.
Reviewed by: DOUGLAS, June 25, 2021

Review of: M-1905 Springfield Bayonet

Great reproduction, however it does not fit the 1903 Springfield rifle it was designed for.

When I called customer service a very lovely you lady told me that the bayonet is fine, the rifle is the proplem. She told me that " 1903 is different" so it fits some but not others.

Nothing of course  could be further fro the truth. Every part of my rifle ( made is 1916) is interchangable with every other 1903 ever made.

Any suggestions ?
Reviewed by: James, May 20, 2021

Review of: Italian WWII Carcano Folding Bayonet Knife

The screw fell out of the wood grip. When reinstalling the screw I noticed there were 2 screw holes side by side. Where they messed up making a hole, they were very close and the screw would not fit back in tight. It just keeps falling out. Poor craftsman’s ship. The blade wobbles around when closed and open as well. I had to superglue the screw into the hole. Just A crappy product. And the price is to high for what I got. I would like to get a different type of bayonet for another milsurp rifle I own, but now I’m kinda leery about getting burned again.
Reviewed by: Jeff, October 15, 2020

Review of: M-1905 Springfield Bayonet

This bayonet was a very exacting replica that came with the scabbard and ready to fix right out of the box. It compares extremely well to my authentic bayonet and appears as my original probably did fresh off the assembly line. I would highly recommend this bayonet to any collector interested in displaying an accurate piece of WWI equipment.
Reviewed by: Milford, June 13, 2020

Review of: M-1905 Springfield Bayonet

Great Collection Piece - As Stated - Great Display
Reviewed by: John, August 12, 2019

Review of: Italian WWII Carcano Folding Bayonet Knife

This is a very high quality reproduction! It fits the barrel and bayonet mount perfectly. I highly recommend this to anyone who does not want to spend hundreds on a worn out original but still wants a complete rifle.
Reviewed by: Richard, February 03, 2019

Review of: Long M1 Bayonet with Scabbard

Fit my 1918 manufactured 1903 Springfield perfectly; tight with no alteration (gentle tapping into place or to remove)(the release button worked well for the scabbard and the bayonet mounting lug). I appreciated the all black theme: blade, handle, scabbard. Looks like it belongs. An attractive reproduction. D**n 16 inches is long and definitely impressive. The 1905 version (with blackened blade, not available) might have been closer to technically correct (different scabbard) but I wouldn't want any thing different. The M1 Garand and scabbard version was perfect. Thanks.
Reviewed by: Rand, August 02, 2017

Review of: Italian WWII Carcano Folding Bayonet Knife

Thanks to all atlantacutlery team: this bayonet is very nice, well done and fits great on my m38 Carcano.
Reviewed by: Faure, December 12, 2014

Review of: M-1905 Springfield Bayonet

Frank -  We sell hundreds of these yearly and have not had problems.  It appears you have received a defective bayonet.  Please contact customer service at 800-883-0300 so they can issue a pick up slip.
Reviewed by: Atlanta Cutlery Team, December 05, 2012

Review of: M-1905 Springfield Bayonet

A Very Accurately Made Bayonet Which Is Hard To Tell From The Originals. Fits My '03 Springfield Excellent.
For The Price 'Ya Can't Beat It. :)
R.A.M. In Virginia
Reviewed by: Richard A., March 12, 2012