French M1874 Gras Rifle Bayonet | St. Etienne, April 1877

French M1874 Gras Rifle Bayonet | St. Etienne, April 1877

You are considering an antique French M1874 Gras Rifle Bayonet — St. Etienne, April 1877 marked. These bayonets were modified versions of the Chassepot design, which made it possible to fire the 11.15x59mm cartridge. This particular example is in great condition with no indications of excessive wear or surface pitting. This bayonet includes the matching scabbard which is in good condition with minor spots of surface oxidation. This example was manufactured at the St. Etienne Arms Factory in April of 1877.


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