British Pattern 1887
This is a the last of the British true sword bayonets. The have three popularly accepted variants: Mark II, III, and IV. They are again typically British in design in that they have black pressed-leather grips. The quickest way to identify this bayonet is by the offset muzzle-ring; it is about 1/8 forward set of the crossguard. These were designed to fit Martini-Henry Infantry Rifle.
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