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M1905 (1943) O.L. REPRODUCTION BAYONET WITH M3 SCABBARD 16" Blade
You Save: $40.00 (57 %)
Item Number: BAY182
These are a new source and are even nicer and have correct markings. This awesome reproduction of the Oneida LTD M1905 bayonet with M3 scabbard is a must have, correct bayonet for the 1903 Springfield, 1903A3 Springfield and the M1 Garand. It has the 16" blade with all correct markings on scabbard and blade, at this price you can finally own a faithful reproduction of a WWII US Bayonet. Use it on your rifle or simply as a display of our Proud Military History!!!
Note: Our new shipment has arrived and these bayonets will have the country of origin stamping in the blade.
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I have good news & I have bad news...
8/5/2016 5:40 PM
The good news: Beautifully done replica with the exception of "china" laser etched on the hilt. All the correct markings for my Remington. Very nice scabbard with flying bomb logo. Correct handgrip as well.
The bad news: My hilt snapped loose with minor tapping on to a stubborn bayonet lug w/a wood mallet. It had been barely tack welded once in the middle of each side. A nice weld bead solved this problem. This is what mystifies me about chinese products...beautiful fit & finish & crappy tack welds. Go figure. That said, I still think this is a killer buy if you don't mind the country of origin & maybe having to reinforce the hilt weld, it still beats the heck out of paying megabucks for the genuine article...if you ca find one. Like another reviewer pointed out mine could really use some "relic-ing" to match my rifle's finish a bit better, as the shiny brand-hammer new finish is a bit disconcerting...
As good as a repro gets.
10/19/2015 11:18 AM
This will go with my 1918 '03. It's as good as a repro can be, nust needs a few scuffs and dings to look original.