This Remington Model 1917 Rifle bayonet is dated 1918. It has the 17 inch blade as standard. This blade has the flaming bomb and U.S. on the right side of the blade by the hilt. The left side hilt has the 1918 date and the Remington logo in a circle. This blade has not been sharpened or reshaped. There is no edge damage or abuse. The bayonet does show service use and wear. The blade is mostly patina in it’s finish. The wood grips are in very nice condition. This bayonet is a honest service used bayonet that has survived the war in fine condition. This scabbard is a correct leather scabbard for the World War One bayonets. The leather is in very fine condition with no loose stitching. The leather and metal fittings are correctly stained and painted green. This Remington Bayonet would be correct for the Remington and Eddystone Model 1917 Rifles. It would also fit the Winchester Model 1917 Rifles. This bayonet would make a great display with a 1917 Rifle!
LRR (3) F. No. 596 -22
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