This type bayonet can be found with either the larger 15 mm. The locking ring turns stiffly but remains functional. Grips retained with German style slotless screwbolts in spanner nuts. The blade is fullered on the right side, and flat on the left. I wanted one of those rare inoperable rifles to display above my fireplace in a nostalgic manor of speaking and well as soon as I saw it I had to have it. Variations with a wing screw or knurled locking screw are also encountered.
Old-fashioned checks and money orders will work as well; please take a look at the for additional details. Grips retained with German style slotless screwbolts in spanner nuts. This has the early style scabbard, with the leather securing tab, for use with the Waffenfabrik neuhausen bayonet serial number belt frog. Due to overwhelming response to this website, I may not answer directly; I may simply post new material on the website in hope that a published response will answer your question s. Or other arrangements are made.
Please note — this bayonet will fit Swiss M1911 carbine or K-31 rifles only; it was not designed to be used with Schmidt-Rubin rifles. If you need further information, please request such on the page. Manufactured 1913-1919 at Eidgenoessische Waffenfabrik, Bern. Obverse ricasso is stamped with the serial number. Scabbard is an Artillery carbine bayonet scabbard that was cut shorter for this bayonet and was left open with no tip added.
The new grips are of the same wood found on regripped T45 bayonets and appear to be mass produced as opposed to hand made. Back side of pommel nicked up. The leaf spring which assisted the elevator system was deleted, and the back sight was re-graduated from Schritte paces to meters. Scabbard is brown leather with bright steel fittings and is a later production type for these and M1914 bayonets as opposed to a recycled Vetterli scabbard. Spring catch type as opposed to the winged screw type. They do show up now and again at gun shows, and tend to stand out amongst the other rifles due to their unique profile.
Quotations are marked and mentioned accordingly. Pictures click to enlarge Type Description Blade Length Overall Length Muzzle Ring Diameter Markings in. With variant leather-body scabbard, steel throat and drag. The seller has specified an extended handling time for this item. Color photographs courtesy of Ronnie Wilson, and nomenclature from Bayonets from Janzen's Notebook, with alternates indicated by italics being from Reinhart, Sallaz, and am Rhyn where they differ from Janzen.
You can also buy research materials from one of our affiliates at our pages. Rexim contracted with the Spanish Arms Factory of La Coruña Fábrica de Armas de la Coruña for manufacturing. First the crossbar on the Model 1. Forbidden We're sorry but our system has identified your computer as an automated web crawler. Minor dent in cutting edge near the tip see pic. Box 160 Llano, Texas 78643 If you have a specific identification question, please see our. Please enter the rifle serial number without prefix ie.
Due to lack of sales, Rexim went bankrupt in 1957. There is some question about the mark being Spanish per se but it is only observed on German made bayonets for Spain so it could be a German control marking of some sort. Crosspiece is in very good condition with the serial number of 193892 stamped on to it. It is also found with the M1957 bayonet. I always provide a tracking number, so that you will know where your item is at any time. The only significant customer was Chile, who purchased 14,500 rifles chambered for the 7.
Same as Argentine M1891 but with wooden grips and no Argentine markings. Blade sharpened but not ground. Unaltered early examples are scarce. Vetterli, much like a socket bayonet, rather than under the barrel. The dark spots on the blade in the pics are also pitting. Total production: 184,200 Model 1931 Short Rifle By 1930, it had become clear that important changes were required in the 1911-type Schmidt action to keep abreast of improved technology.
In addition, the bolt did not project as far beyond the bolt carrier, reducing the length compared with the 1896-type action by 2. The blade has no nicks or bends and is pretty clean with just some scratching. The blade is canted 3 degrees to the left. Proceeds and commissions from these sales - in part - go towards the purchase of additional reference materials and acquisition expenses. Issued with: Vetterli Model 1. Model 1955 Sniper Rifles Zielfernrohr-Karabiner Year Quantity Serial numbers 1957 170 1001-1170 1958 3030 1171-4200 1959 800 4201-5000? Sometimes collectors refer to this as the M1911, due to its most often having been issued with the M1911 rifle.
If you don't have one of these it would only be a starter piece or would be good for someone with the rifle that wants a bayonet without breaking the bank. Jim Maddox, author of , discovered a couple of similar examples that would not mount to a M1911 rifle. The Hebler cartridge, which had a paper-mache core, attained a prodigious velocity but the Rubin pattern proved to be far more accurate. I also have a couple of the leather frogs for these listed and will bundle one with this at a discount if desired by the buyer. Today, the Rexim-Favor is best known as the basis for one of the fictional laser weapons used in the 1977 Star Wars movie. And, if there is a problem, please contact me at any time so that it can be resolved. This undated example was made by the textiles firm of Werner Fasler, Tramstrasse 5, 5034 Suhr.