Soviet M91/30 spike bayonet, surplus
This bayonet is essentially a pointy stick meant only for hurting people. It's long, heavy and has no other purpose - no wonder it comes from Russia! Fun to carry and will turn your Mosin-Nagant M/91-30 rifle into something worth considering for polevaulting competitions. We got a hold of 100 bayonets and once these are gone, we're pretty sure that's it.
Actually, this stick does have one use besides pig sticking and polevaulting - it works as a flat-head screwdriver, perfect for disassembling the Mosin-Nagant.
When portable military firearms were invented, they were not exactly the pinnacles of firepower. Once you fired it, a bayonet made sure you still had a spear in your hands. That's why the first bayonets only served this purpose: they were long spikes without any kind of edge.
In early 20th century most countries developed the bayonet into something like a multi-purpose knife and the Finnish army went so far as to make it primarily a puukko-knife, which you could also attach to a rifle. No such development was found necessary in Mother Russia.
This bayonet (also called a "rat tail") is made for the M91/30 rifle. That's 1891 in case you millennials were wondering. Two of these would be a full metre long and the tip doubles as a screwdriver. Many of these rifles were factory zeroed with the bayonet on, so you can't not buy one: without a bayonet your point of aim will be off.
Real Soviet stuff, lightly used if used at all, all are in excellent condition.
Warning! Before buying, please make sure that these are legal to import to your country!
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Ian G. 21.09.2017
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