P14 Winchester Bayonet


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During The Great War, manufacturers in the United States of America were contracted by the British Empire to make more weapons for the war effort. This is a great example of one such weapon.

This particular example certainly has its fair share of rust patches and signs of age but still retains much of its original quality. The manufacturers mark is nice and clear displaying ‘1913’ and it’s company creator ‘Winchester’. A nice and sturdy blade with little damage despite it’s age. 2 notches can be seen on the wooden handle as to distinguish it from SMLE bayonets as both rifles and blades were, though very similar incompatible with the other.

A great piece of history that would look just fine on someones display.

Additional information

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 58 cm

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