New, high quality reproduction of the M1905 bayonet with M3 scabbard for M-1 Garand and Springfield Rifles. This is a copy of the WWII production M1905 Bayonets- which differ from those produced in WWI by having plastic grips and different markings. Although used throughout the War, the shorter M-1 (or cut down M1905) bayonets began to replace these in late 1942. The bayonets could be worn on the belt or fastened to the side of the Haversack or 782 pack. (Issued to both Army and Marines.)
Will not fit M-1 Carbines
We will NOT ship knives or bayonets outside of the United States. No International Orders!
Due to the fact that these items are classified as "weapons" by many countries,
we are not willing to deal with the headaches of various customs regulations.
Notes on the Reproduction M1905 and M1 Bayonets
These are good reproductions. However, the bayonet collector forums have already began caterwauling about their imperfections. Here they are, up front, in detail. As far as reproduction bayonets go, these are the best I've seen. They are NOT the Indian made junk offered in Shotgun News. If these shortcomings inhibit your full time warp experience, get an original. Those are only $175-$500.
1. The parkerizing is black, instead of gray. I spoke to the manufacturer and they tried to get gray done, but it was not feasible. If you want to remove the grips and take it to a gunsmith and spend $100 having it stripped and re-parkerized, go for it.
2. If you hold the rig by the scabbard and shake it, it rattles about twice as much as an original.
3. Some of the bayonets are a tight fit on the rifles. Use a rubber or wooden mallet to tap it on and off a few times and it will loosen up. No, we will not go through them all to pick you the easiest fitting one.
Tip: If you're fixing bayonets and running around at a re-enactment, you will probably get kicked out of the event.
We DO NOT have any bayonets for M-1 Carbines. Original M-4 Bayonets for the carbine are not terribly expensive which makes the cost of manufacturing a reproduction prohibitive. Also, most Carbines issued in WWII did not have the T4 bayonet lug added to them yet. Until late in the War, the M3 knife was issued to troops carrying carbines.