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WT 1943 M1905E1 Bayonet with Scabbard
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Listing Format: Auction
Current price : $526.00
Starting bid: $1.00
# of bids: 40
Closes: Auction is closed
Location: Alabama, United States
Started: 3/15/2021
Ended: 3/27/2021
Seller: cmp6
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WT 1943 M1905E1 Bayonet with Scabbard

Wilde Tool & Drop Forge of Kansas City, Missouri produced the M1905 bayonet in the 1942, 1943 production. The 1905 were cut down to a 10 inch blade. Also known as a M1 Bayonet this falls under the M1905E1 because of the blade cut down and reshaped  beak or prow point. The fuller is wide and looks to be reshaped as well. WT, US, Flame Shell, 1943 on blade. 2086 on the guard. AFH on the tang is one of the five companies to do the work of cutting down the 1905's. The Bayonet comes with a M3 Scabbard. This one has a mark from DGMCo under the shell.

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