This is a replica of a bayonet carried by the Sepoy Infantry in both the Indian Sikh Wars, of 1845/6 and 1848/9 and later in the Great Sepoy Rebellion (Indian Mutiny of 1857-58). The socket is specially designed to encircle the Model “F” bayonet stud catch under the barrel.
This is a high-quality steel reproduction copied directly from an original. This bayonet was designed to fit a British EIC pattern F musket with a .75 bore and the straight style F pattern bayonet spring catch which was then adopted by the British as the P-1842 musket.
- Overall Length: 20″
- Blade Lenth: 16-1/2″
- Blade Width: 1″ wide at base
- Weight: 15 oz