You are considering a vintage French M1874 Gras Rifle Bayonet. These bayonets were modified versions of the Chassepot design, which made it possible to fire the 11.15x59mm cartridge. This particular example is in okay condition for its age, with some deep rust pitting towards the front of the blade. Otherwise, though, it’s in good shape with its scabbard holding up nicely as well as its wood grips and connective hardware — the scabbard has taken on a nice brown rust patina, and so has the hooked-quillion. Steyr made the blade in Austria sometime in 1878.
Only 1 left in stock
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