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Reproduction Experimental Spike bayonet with Screw fixing, made from solid steel and blued.
Reproduction experimental spike bayonet to fit the sten Mk.2 submachine gun, this is a copy of the bayonet held in the infantry museum at Warminster. It is believed to be an experimental prototype produced before the intoduction of the more commonly seen bayonets for the Sten gun, it is well recorded and documented in Ian Skennertons books and the definative book on spike bayonets by Graham Priest. The example in the Infantry museum is the only one known to exist and consequently the chances of finding an original are pretty inlikely, will fill a gap in any collection of spike bayonets, fits the sten gun as the original and certainly looks the part.
Reprodction Bayonet for Sten gun as proposed by Capt. White of Glasgow Home Guard, Solid blued steel
Reproduction of Experimental spike bayonet for the Sten submachine gun designed by Capt. A. White Comander of Glasgow Houme Guard in 1942, its special feature was the way it could be attached to the butt of the Sten Mk. 2 when carried in the unfixed position, this made the scabbard unnecessary and is a novel feature, however the design was not proceeded with and the eventual fate of the example seen in the photos taken at the time is unknown, as is Capt. A. White himself (unless you know different?).The bayonet is well documented and recorded in a number of books including those by Ian Skennerton and Grahame Priest. Made from solid steel and blued, fits the sten and clips on to the but as the original.
Currently out of stock and made to order only.
Reproduction experimental bayonet to fit the Sten Submachine gun, in the form of a tube pressed from sheet steel, blued steel finish. This was another proposed bayonet for the Sten none are known to have been made and none are known to exist, they are only known of in the form of the original drawings. The design is well recoded in the ussual books especialy Graham Priests book and those by Ian Skennerton.
Currently out of stock and made to order only
Reproduction experimental broad bladed bayonet to fit the No.4 rifle. This was a design put forward but was never adopted for use. it is only known to exist in the form of the original drawings and none are known to exist, made from solid steel and the socket blued, the blade being polished, The design is well documented and recorded in Graham Priests superb book and also Ian Skennertons book.
Repro fighting knife. These were originally from the German barbed wire posts, During WW1.
Repro of the famous "Clou Francais" or "French Nail", they were originally made from the german metal barbed wire posts, during WW1 and mosly used by the French soldiers. Blade length approx. 5 1/2 inches long and overall length 12 3/4 long as the originals, for full details see A priper of Military Knives by Gordon Hughes and Barry Jenkins or the more recent publication, Knives of War by Hughes, Jenkins and Robert A Buerlein published by Palladin Press. All steel construction in a traditional forge.
Battledress and Bayonet