M1 bayonet.

Bayonets for the M1 Garand.

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Running out of M1 Bayonets.

Updated 04- 12-09

Garand bayonet by PAL.

 SOLD

 

UFH

$ 150.00

UC. $ 150.00

SOLD

 $ 135.00

Nice Bayonet by UC.

SOLD

  $ 225.00

The mother of all blades.

SOLD

 

Real nice S.A.

1919

SOLD

 $ 135.00

AFH Not Bad.

SOLD.

       

$ 120.00

M1 Bayonet by UC.

SOLD

 $ 225.00

Another perfect blade.

SOLD

$ 125.00

Nice bayonet by UC.

SOLD

$ 125.00

Union Fork & Hoe.

SOLD

 $ 165.00

American Fork&Hoe.

SOLD

  Utica Cutlery 1942

Bowie point. $ 135.00

SOLD

 

 

UFH Minty + blade.

SOLD $ 185.00
       

 AFH best

The very best blade.

SOLD

   # PAL2.

1943 PAL.$ 120.00.

SOLD

Perfect AFH. $ 185.00

SOLD

# AFH2.

Minty AFH.$ 195.00..

SOLD

       

 # UC Bowie point.

The best beak point.

$ 250.00 SOLD

#AFHM1

Near mint. $ 135.00

SOLD

    UFH # 41.

Old 1903 $ 125.00

SOLD

 

16" Union Fork & Hoe 1942$ 225.00

SOLD

#ufhm1

 

The best of all.$ 295.00

SOLD

UFH 1943 

Very nice blade. $ 175.00 SOLD

   UFH $ 165.00

Very nice.SOLD

  The first one.

16" SA 1906.

SOLD

 1943 BY OL

$ 110.00SOLD.

 #UCM1

Very nice.by UC.

SOLD

 # PAL 3. ( OL ). .

1943 OL $ 175.00

SOLD

 
       
       

UC

Nice BY Utica Cutlery.

$ 96.00 SOLD

 AFH

SOLD

 # UC 1943 $ 225.00.

SOLD

 1943AFH

AFH Perfect $ 165.00

SOLD

       

 UC1

Minty by UC.$ 185.00

SOLD

 PAL 1943

Not bad

SOLD

 

SOLD $ 155.00

 UFH #32.

$ 88.00 SOLD
       

 # AFH1.

SOLD

Minty AFH.$ 195.00.

$ 165.00

SOLD

 # PAL 6. $ 185.00

 

SOLD

UFH# 33.

$ 85.00SOLD

 UC $ 165.00.

Nice bayonet by UC..

SOLD

AFH

Near perfect. $ 145.00

SOLD

# PAL 5.$ 195.00.

SOLD

 AFH # 34.

$ 95.00SOLD

 SOLD

Best one. $ 210.00

 U.C. # 28 .

Near Mint $ 145.00

SOLD

 UC#12

UC 1942 $ 98.00

SOLD

 S.A. 1918. $ 250.00.

SOLD

Springfield Armory..

AFH # 13 .

Minty.$ 185.00

SOLD

 AFH#14 .

Very nice $ 95.00

SOLD

 UC#15.

Near perfect. $ 110.00

SOLD

  UC#24. .

UC 1943 $ 80.00.

SOLD

 UC#16 1943 marked. .

Good bayonet $ 85.00

SOLD

 UFH # 17 . $ 225.00.

SOLD

 UC # 18.

MINT-MINT.SOLD

 

The US entered the war still issuing the WWI vintage M1905 Bayonet with a 16-inch blade. The M1905 would fit both the '03 and M1 Garand. It was initially issued with the canvas-covered M1910 scabbard, but in 1941 the more common OD plastic M3 scabbards began being issued. WWII production M1905's have the date of manufacture stamped on them at the base of the blade. In 1942 a cut down version of the M1905 was tested using a 10-inch blade, which made it easier to use and saved critical steel as well.

The M1905 bayonet was shortened to a 10" blade in 1943. These bayonets are often referred to as the M1905E1. All types and dates of the 16" blade M1905 bayonets were used to convert to the shorter style. They were ground to either a spear or bowie point. (SA, RIA, AFH, OL, PAL, UC, UFH, & WT).

In 1943 full production of the 10-inch M1 bayonet began. The scabbard was also shortened and re-designated the M7. On the M1 bayonet, the blood groove stops 3 inches from the tip of the blade. The M1 was the most widely issued American bayonet of the war. This is the bayonet to buy for reenacting.

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