Identifying Civil War Bayonets

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Schmidt identifies this bayonet as the Springfield Pattern 1807, which was produced from 1807-09. Earlier references may refer to The standard socket bayonet used by union forces during the U.S. Civil War, 1.5 million were produced by Springfield Armory and private contractors 1857-1865. The socket length is 3.00 in.. - American Civil War bayonets are a point of fascination for Civil War enthusiasts, as well as for historians and collectors. Bayonets from the Civil War, which sol.rs used as co.ng utensils as well as weapons, can be traced and identified by engraved number markings. A well-preserved bayonet holds . - Thinking that the charge would still be used effectively in battle, bayonets were installed on many of the rifles used during the war. Identifying them is helpful to Civil War buffs and historians. Recognize how bayonets were used. Bayonets were normally placed at the end of guns and used as ancillary .

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