Post-War German Bayonets

Post-War German Bayonets

Luftschutz Made of stamped metal with silver and black finish. White metal for Territorials. Great detail with no rubbing. Uncleaned and nicely toned. Good photo with collar tabs clearly visible. Kings Crown to top. Named on the back. Rectangular buckle with it’s gilt finish remaining.

M7 bayonet

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The M7 bayonet is a bayonet that was used by the U.S. military for the M16 rifle, it can also be used with the M4 carbine as well as many other assault rifles, carbines and combat shotguns. It can be used as a fighting knife and utility tool. It was introduced in , when .

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Check our easy to use site www. The items in this section are no longer available but this section has been created as a reference for fellow collectors. To see what I currently have for sale click the sub-category or Return to Catalog. This exact style vertical SS dagger hanger is pictured in Wittmann’s superb SS book on page , top picture, upper right.

The snap on this piece is an early nickel example as is the buckle, the leather is in overall excellent condition for its age. It would be hard to upgrade this correct textbook example.

The M7 bayonet was also used on some U.S.-issue combat shotguns, such as the Remington and the Mossberg and The first of Colt’s M7 bayonets were made – by Universal Industries of West Haven, CT.

Why is the Star of David on the sword of the Marines? Anyone with a historical note on this. This is what I found: The above reference comes from JewishMarines. If the sword is made by the Wilkinson Sword Company the Star of David is on the hilt because the company was founded by a Jew, and the swords made by the direct descendants all have the Star of David on the hilt. Are either of the above known to be true or are they urban legends??

I have no source documentation to compare this with. Not even the “Old Guard” has that privilege. Dearborn August 30, Washington, D.

German Daggers & Knives

Pics courtesy of M1sniper. M4 vs Colt grip Top: The M4 used seperate leather washers compressed onto the tang, after WWII there was reportedly a “plastic” grip experimentally used on the M4 which approximated this leather washer grip which was not adopted, rather the black checkered plastic 2pc grips were adopted. M8 vs M8A1 scabbard comparison Top: I do not have any pics of an original Colt supplied scabbard for the early Colt bayonets at this time.

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The items in this section are no longer available but this section has been created as a reference for fellow collectors. To see what I currently have for sale click the sub-category or Return to Catalog. German Red Cross Dagger with Frog. Nice looking German Red Cross Dagger with Frog with this example having some spotting to the bright blade and some rusting to the scabbard.

This beauty was originally sold by well-respected Third Reich edged-weapons dealer and I will let his original description do the talking: The blade has the 2nd version Krebs scorpion maker mark. The original buffer is intact. The black enamel painted scabbard is dent-free, with the mildest paint loss mostly towards the tip. The plated fittings on this whole sword show even patina. The upper scabbard fitting shows some burnishing to the background and is SS proofed.

It’s secured by 2 dome-head screws. The grip has some paint wear and still looks good. The pommel nut has the correct cast runes in place.

U.S. & Foreign M5 and M6 Bayonets; and U.S. M7 Bayonets

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27 GCA Journal• Fall The M7 scabbard, essentially a shorter version of the M3, was adopted for the M1 bayonet. Beckwith Manufacturing Co. pro-duced 2,, from April to August

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How to date an M7 Bayonet and M8A1 Scabbard

M8A1″ over “Made in W. Germany” Unknown M6 Modified U. Bayonet-Knife M6 modified to mount to the caliber.

That said, there isn’t a real reliable way to date M7 bayonets, however, if you want to be sure that your bayonet is a Viet Nam era bayonet, then get a Milpar marked M7. According to Gary Cunningham’s book (you should get one), Milpar provided M7 bayonets from to

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Break Out the Museum Piece

The German Dagger was a very popular souvenir for many WW2 veterans who served in the European theater. For the German officers who wore them, they were a symbol of status, rank and power. Contrary to popular belief, WWII German Daggers were not used as weapons, but simply as an accessory to the uniforms of the German Officers and a very fancy accessory at that. There is also the ever popular Nazi SS Dagger. SS Daggers must be carefully scrutinized due to the extremely high number of very detailed reproductions dating back decades!

The first bayonet supplied to the US military for the M16 (Colt ) was very similiar to the well known M7 & was actually the M7’s forerunner, these bayonets were provided w/the (& most probably ) rifles bought by the US military prior to , the grips on most were a fiber type brown material & overpainted green, although there are.

Enthusiasts take an old steam engine out of the museum. The Dark Knight Returns after ten years. Cutting-edge technology is usually superior to the older stuff. But sometimes heroes can’t use the latest equipment: So what do they do? They take the older stuff out of storage and make do with it. And more often than not, the ancient devices still work just fine. May lead to Chekhov’s Gun or Chekhov’s Exhibit , if said museum piece has been noted earlier in the plot.

Sometimes said museum piece is a Super Prototype that was too costly for mass production — or had other flaws that they will just have to risk. There is a certain degree of Truth in Television involved in this trope. Often the newer and more “advanced” a technology is the more points of failure it can have. Older technologies may not be as efficient, however, they can still get the job done without the drawbacks of the newer technology.

Post-War German Bayonets

The items in this section are no longer available but this section has been created as a reference for fellow collectors. To see what I currently have for sale click the sub-category or Return to Catalog. This exact style vertical SS dagger hanger is pictured in Wittmann’s superb SS book on page , top picture, upper right. The snap on this piece is an early nickel example as is the buckle, the leather is in overall excellent condition for its age.

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The M7 has the same two-lever locking mechanism as the M4, that connects to a lug on the M16 rifles barrel. The M7 differs from M6 bayonet for the M14 rifle. The M7’s release mechanism is on the pommel , while the M6 has a spring-loaded lever near the guard that when depressed releases the bayonet. Both models are approximately the same length, have the same black finish, and use the M8A1, or later M10 sheath. One edge is sharpened its full length while to opposite side of the blade has approximately 3 inches sharpened.

There are no markings on the blade itself. The manufacturer’s initials or name along with “US M7” will be found stamped under the crossguard see photo, right. The non-slip grips are molded black plastic. The initial contractor was Bauer Ord Company.

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The M7 Bayonet was the work horse bayonet of the US military from the time it was released with the M16 rifle in There are still units using the M7 even though it 91%(13).

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