US Army Remington Bayonet -
This is an early 1900's US Army bayonet. Model 1903. In very good condition. The handle is made of wood. It is secured
in place by two rivets. The center has two stripes. The blade is marked on both sides near the base. One side is stamped
with the flaming bomb and the letters "US". An "X" is used to indicate it passed the strength test. The other side is
stamped with a year and the word Remington, which was the manufacturer.
The scabard is missing.
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