Original Tower marked lock, single trigger, Baker furniture with bayonet lug. The walnut is beautiful. The rifle is a bit larger and bulkier than the Baker issue rifle, with a 36″ instead of 30″ barrel and a fancier stock with lots of color. The walnut is also dense, heavy and hard The rear sight and swivels are replacements as is the bayonet bar. The ramrod and front sight are original. Any baker is a difficult item to find for a British military collection. This piece is priced accordingly. The baker was made very famous as the rifle carried and used in the Napoleonic wars and in the TV series Sharps Rifles. The rifle corps of the British Army, along with a number of other foreign armies financed by Great Britain, used the Baker Rifle throughout the Napoleonic Wars. In North America, the Baker Rifle was used by the rifle companies of the 60th Regiment during the invasion of Maine in 1814. The famous 95th Rifles used them at New Orleans in 1815 Pattern 1801 Baker Sword: Sword bayonet for the caliber .625 1801 Baker Rifle. The Baker rifle was the first rifled arm officially adopted by the British Army. The blade markings identify the firm of Henry Osborn & John Gunby, who made Baker blades 1808-1838. The blade was hilted in India
UK FARQUHAR HILL . An experimental semi automatic rifle trialed during the 20's used a reduced length 1907 pattern bayonet and scabbard. Fakes of this are available although often mis identified as fighting knives etc. the blade may have the wrong dates to be correct for the trial (should be pre 1924), and are typically 5mm short of the actual length of the true blade (165mm) The Baker rifle (officially known as the Pattern 1800 Infantry Rifle) was a flintlock rifle used by the rifle regiments of the British Army during the Napoleonic Wars.It was the first standard-issue, British-made rifle accepted by the British armed forces.. The Baker rifle was first produced in 1800 by Ezekiel Baker, a master gunsmith from Whitechapel.. On the contrary, the Baker Rifle was meant to be a mass-produced product, taking a fairly standardized military-caliber ball, with a comparable rate of fire to its military smoothbore counterparts. The new rifle also had to be robust enough to act as a deadly club in the hands of a soldier, and to hold a bayonet The Model 1805 Baker Rifle is a flintlock rifled weapon with a small lock, a raised cheek rest on the left butt, a bayonet bar at the right of the muzzle that takes a sword bayonet and a brass scroll-type trigger-guard, ramrod pipes and butt trap cover. The 7-groove twist form barrel is secured by three flat keys and is fitted with a simple. The rifle length was approx. 46 inches, barrel length approx. 30 inches, weight approx. 8 lbs and with bayonet fitted approx. 10 lbs. All baker pattern rifles were browned from the start. The Baker designed rifle for infantry was soon considered as a cavalry weapon. In 1801 Baker supplied carbines rifled for the Life Guards
This is a very good, very rare, original, Baker rifle by Barnett. It has all original Walnut full stock and correct bayonet bar, 'v' notch block rear sight, brass blade fore sight, iron ram rod and sling swivels. The rifle measures 45 ¾ overall with a 30 round steel barrel which has a rifled bore Sword bayonet available @ $119.00 US ? $146.00 Can. !! Our continuing search for quality and much research, has resulted in the most accurate and functional Baker rifle repro. available, except for of course, the custom made models. Customers have been asking us for years to develop a less expensive, but accurate version of the Baker Rare Early 1st Pattern Brunswick Rifle w/ Bayonet & Regimental History. This is a regimentally marked 1st Pattern Brunswick rifle that once belonged to the Elite 1st Battalion 60th Rifles of the British Army. The rifle is dated 1839 and marked TOWER and is an early example of the First Pattern Brunswick known as the Model 1837 Original British Napoleonic War Baker Rifle modified for the socket bayonet. This is a rare varition of the classic Baker Rifle that was orginally built for the sword bayonet and were modified for the socket bayonet late in the Napolenic Wars. This particular rifle has a gooseneck cock which is correct for this rifle
'Conquest of Empire, Defence of the Realm' 'The British Soldiers Rifle 1800 to 2014' by John Hutchins. 408 Pages, approx 395 colour & 50 B&W pictures. The story of the rifle in British service from the Baker to the L85A2 SA80 assault rifle. Hard back with dust jacket. £60 Plus £10 P&P UK. REST OF WORLD DELIVERY PRICES ON REQUEST B321L British No 9 Mk I Bayonet. £45.00. B321M WW2 No4 MkII Spike Bayonet In Sheath. £25.00. B143 OFFER ITEM British SA80 Rifle Regiment Bayonet. £35.00. B155 OFFER ITEM Original British SA80 Reserve Troop Bayonet. £34.00. B164 OFFER ITEM Yugo M56 Knife Bayonet Original Baker Rifle Musket Parts Napoleonic Brown Bess Flintlock Tower Enfield. Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail
The Baker rifle was a highly regarded arm, augustly being considered a specialist's gun. 2,000 Pattern 1805s were modified to accept a unique triangular socket bayonet by removing the sword. Original A & A.S. marked P-1856 Enfield Rifle Bayonet W/S ' Made: Civil War / Maker: A&AS Model: 1856/58 Price: $225 USD English Baker Spring India Pattern Brown Bess Socket Bayonet. Item #: 18735 Civil War English Bar on Barrel 2 Band Rifle Bayonet J.E. Bleckman 1864' Made: 1864 / Germany Maker: J.E.Bleckma
. Guaranteed original, VG condition overall with some pitting on blade at ricasso showing issue and use. All steel 21 7/8 inch blade with 5 3/4 inch long false edge. 1 3/16 inches wide at hilt and 1/4 inch thick An early (1802-1806) issue rifle with leaf-sighted, 30-1/4 long barrel of 0.65 caliber with bayonet-bar on the right side at the muzzle and rifled with seven grooves, sighted fore-end, and plain tang bearing crown/5 inspection mark and Crown inspection and proof marks on barrel near breech, along with maker's touchmark 'B&S' (Blair & Sutherland)
Original British SA80 Reserve Troop Bayonet. World Wide Arms Ltd. $47 (approx conversion from £34) British SA80 Rifle Bayonet. World Wide Arms Ltd. $40 (approx conversion from £29) 2nd Pattern Baker sword bayonet. $890 (approx conversion from £650) WW1 1908 Pattern Webbing Bayonet Frog Added: 06/30/21 Price: $3,950. Springfield Armory M-1905 Experimental Saber W/S. Saber remains in fine condition. This is one of about only 200 manufactured at the Springfield Armory. Blade is marked SA 1906 Ord.Bomb and serial number 8x. The original leather washer is present Wonderful 1835-1836 Artillery Shako Hat Made by John Baker $2,650.00. Our Catalog Museum Quality Pieces; Rifle & Musket Bayonets .58 Springfield or Contract Musket Bayonet Click image to view item details. Item #: B1718. Price: $155.00 Rare Original Civil War Spencer Rifle Socket Bayonet Click image to view item details . Item #: B1693. A well made copy of the first pattern bayonet. It required minor adjustment work to fit my original Baker and after a small amount of antiquing with ammonia you would be hard put to tell the difference between this and an original bayonet, that is if you do not take the £1400 price difference into account. Well pleased
Seller: DAOR. Area Code: 484. $ 300.00 Each. CMP - WWII 1942 M1 Bayonet AFH - American Fork and Hoe 10 Bayonet and U.S. M7 Scabbard. For the M1 Garand. GI#: 101636861. CMP - WWII 1942 M1 AFH - American Fork and Hoe 10 Modified Bayonet and U.S. M7 Scabbard. For the M1 Garand Rifle - Modifled by AFH Direct from the CMP ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR MODEL 1855 RIFLE SABER BAYONET WITH BRASS-MOUNTED LEATHER SCABBARD. The total length of the bayonet is 26.50 long while the graceful-looking blade itself is 21.75 inches long. This M1855 saber bayonet was issued to fit the new United States Percussion Model 1855 (172-5534). Learn More » Greetings all. I recently obtained a Baker Rifle kit from the Rifle Shoppe. Looking to locate a Baker bayonet and scabbard, probably repro. Track of the Wolf used to have them on their website, but no longer. From what I could see in the pics, looked like decent quality. Probably Indian made, but looked nice. Does any one have one of these, or could provide a link to a source
The Baker Rifle had a sword bayonet. Hence the Fix swords of rifle regiments. The 1907 bayonet is often erroneously called a sword bayonet due to its length but, unlike the bayonet of the Baker rifle, which is a short sword, it is actually just a long bayonet Engraved on the tang of the butt-plate with the number 46.? The breech block engraved H. NOCK PATENT''. The 26 inch barrel fitted with correct bayonet lug. The lock action is very crisp and is as good as the day it was made. The Baker rifle was first produced around 1800 by Ezekiel Baker, a master gunsmith from Whitechapel, London
Table of Contents. Bayonet History Timeline —read about key milestones in the bayonet's history, from the 1500s to the present day.. Bayonet Terminology —diagrams showing the basic terminology used to describe bayonets, scabbards, and frogs.. Glossary of Bayonet Terms— definitions of common bayonet terms. Country Pages —start here if you think you know the country of origin Rifles were recalled to the Tower of London for modification and in some cases were altered locally to accept the new bayonets. Pattern 1815 Baker Bayonets were produced by the usual assortment of Birmingham contractors, but were also made by altering old Duke of Richmond socket bayonets (circa 1793) to be used on the Baker Rifle as well The demand for the Baker Rifle continued to grow beyond the original 800 weapons that were ordered. By 1810, some four battalions (two battalions from both the 95th and 60th Regiments) had been equipped, as well as several units of the King's German Legion, such as the Brunswick Oels A Yataghan Blade Bayonet For The Enfield 1853 .577 2 Band Rifle Many Of These Were Sent To The US During The Civil War. This One Has Light Rusting & Splits On Edge Of Scabbard Hence Price £199. Click to open image! Click to open image! Click to open image! Click to open image! Click to open image! Click to open image! Click to open image.
The classic Baker Rifle design was sized for a smaller .615 lead ball (.62 caliber). All versions of the gun held the typical wooden body with integral grip and shoulder stock as well as support for a 24-inch under-barrel sword bayonet In 1854 Queen Victoria granted 500 Brunswick rifles to New South Wales on formation of the New South Wales Volunteer Rifle Corps. This rifle had been introduced into British Army Service in 1837 as a replacement for the highly regarded Baker Rifle and was equipped with the 1st Pattern 1837 Sword Bayonet of which this is a good example Sword bayonets originated for use with muzzle-loading rifles. A typical example of an early sword bayonet is the 58 centimetre (23 inch) blade variety designed for the Infantry rifle, later called the Baker rifle of the Napoleonic era British Army.. Most infantry would routinely keep bayonets fixed to their inaccurate smooth bore muskets throughout a battle The British Army was still issuing the Infantry Rifle in the 1830s and they were in service until C1838. The British army in India issued Native troops with smoothbore Baker pattern rifles. This is an excellent, original Baker pattern smoothbore musket of the East India Company made in 1810 of the pattern issued to Indian native troops A socket bayonet, on the other hand, has a triangular blade in cross-section. It has a socket and a ring where it is attached to a rifle. Sword and knife bayonets were used in later centuries. They are made of a single- or double-edged blade that could be used as a short sword. Sword bayonets were popularly attached to Baker Rifles
800-238-6785 (orders ONLY) Outside of the U.S.: 1-731-885-0700 Information Line: 1-731-885-0700 Phone/Fax Hours. MON-FRI 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. CS Winchester Model 1873 Third Model Rifle in .32 W.C.F. (Antique) Email. Price: $2,895.00. Description: Serial #411941, .32 WCF (.32-20), 24 barrel with a good bore that has some traces of light pitting along its length. This is a very nice looking rifle that was built in 1892, and retains 20-30% of t.. Baker Rifle Bayonet & Scabbard..... #Bayonet-Baker The forged blade measures 23-1/2 long, by 1-1/8 wide, single edged with a 4 long false edge at the tip. The cast brass handle is 4-3/4 long 1862 Richmond musket, and original 1865, 1866, 1868, and 1870 trapdoor Springfield rifles
The British Baker Rifle was shorter than Brown Bess Musket, so her Rifle Regiments (60th and 95th Foot - Later The King's Royal Rifle Corps and the Rifle Brigade) were issued extra long sword bayonets during the Napoleonic War The Baker Rifle . The Baker rifle (officially known as the Infantry Rifle) was a flintlock rifle used by the Rifle regiments of the British Army during the Napoleonic Wars.It was the first standard-issue, British-made rifle accepted by the British armed forces. The Baker Rifle was first produced in 1800 by Ezekiel Baker, a master gunsmith from Whitechapel
Baker Rifle Sword Bayonet. Blade is 22 inches long and 26 1/2 inches overall. The blade and hand guard are a little wobbly but that should be easy to fix if desired making this a good restoration candidate. Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail The Baker Rifle. Used by the 95th Rifles. An antecedent regiment of . The Royal Green Jackets A Sword not a Bayonet The Baker rifle (officially known as the Pattern 1800 Infantry Rifle) was a flintlock rifle used by the Rifle regiments of the British Army during the Napoleonic Wars. It was the first standard-issue, British-made rifle accepted by the British armed forces
updated 9th july 2021 americana original damascus barrels leather products miniatures guns, rifles , pistols & edged weapons nider muzzle loading bullet moulds reproduction cappers and primers powder flasks and shot bags reproduction nipples, touch holes & firing pins parts, tools & accessories colt parts for original pistols original. M.A. Baker, gunsmith in Fayetteville, N.C., received a Confederate contract to convert a number of M1816 and M1817 muskets that were still in the original flintlock. It is not known how many total rifles Baker converted, but the number was definitely under 1,000 for both models combined Bayonets, Cleaning Tools, Spanners, Yokes etc. are considered accessories and are available at an additional cost. We currently do not offer instructions for our parts sets, but we do offer a stock and parts drawing on a few of our parts set that will aid you in the assembly process, if needed see pages 266-267 in our 2007-2008 catalog to see. The Baker Rifle led a healthy and long service life considering the period of firearms advancement it resided in. Examples were eventually procured by Canada, Mexico, Nepal, and the United States and further combat service beyond the Napoleonic Wars included the British-American War of 1812, the American Indian Wars (ending in 1924), and during.
Designed by Ezekiel Baker and introduced in 1800, this rifle (more correctly termed The Rifled Infantry Musket) was made famous by the 95th & 60th Rifles in the Napoleonic Wars. It saw extensive service in the Peninsula and other campaigns right up to Waterloo Here they used the sword bayonet on their Baker rifles, forming a hedge of spear-points that kept enemy horses at bay. Half of the 95th Rifles defended the sandpit and knoll east of the road to Brussels, and the other half lined the hedge on the Ohain-Wavre road, 150 metres behind the main British lines The Baker rifle (officially known as the Pattern 1800 Infantry Rifle) was a flintlock rifle used by the rifle regiments of the British Army during the Napoleonic Wars. It was the first standard-issue, British-made rifle accepted by the British armed forces Exceptional, Possibly Finest Known, Civil War Berdan's Sharpshooters Sharps New Model 1859 Percussion Rifle with Leather Sleeve Inscribed J. B. BakerSharps New Model 1859 rifle manufactured c. 1862. This is one of 2,000 Sharps Model 1859 rifles purchased by the Ordnance Department for issue to the 1st and 2nd U.S. Sharpshooter Regiments organized and recruited by Col. Hiram Berdan in 1861-62 Original c.1800's British East India Company type Baker Rifle sword bayonet - of a type that was manufactured in India and issued to local native troops. With cast brass, ribbed grip and long, sword-type blade. Blade length is 22.5 inches (27 inches overall)
A Baker rifle alongside its sword-bayonet (pic from i.imgur.com): I do not wish to try and detail all the official and private variations on the standard Baker rifle that were produced, but one is notable because it was introduced actually as a result of a new pattern Short Land Pattern Flintlock Musket (Brown Bess) in 1810 Original Poster 15 points · 3 years ago · edited 3 years ago. Mexican troops at the Alamo were also armed with a later version of the Baker Rifle. The Baker Rifle was in service for about 37 years buy the British Military. Pattern 1801 Baker Rifle Sword-Bayonet the correct battle of waterloo period rifle regiment baker rifle. not a volunteer arm, this has ordnance g.r. proofs to the breech of the 30.25 inch barrel. the barrel retains much of its original browned finish with the twist still visible. the rifling - one quarter turn in very good. lock in good working order UK FARQUHAR HILL - FAKE. An experimental semi automatic rifle trialed during the 20's used a reduced length 1907 pattern bayonet and scabbard. Fakes of this are available although often mis identified as fighting knives etc. the blade may have the wrong dates to be correct for the trial (should be pre 1924), and are typically 5mm short of the actual length of the true blade (165mm) Dutch Model 1895 bayonet shortened to a blade length of 250mm (9 7/8 inch). Scabbard shortened also. This may be a Seitengewehr 102 rifle bayonet shorted by order after Germany occupied The Netherlands in 1940. Specifications called for the blade and scabbard to be shortened to 280mm and called the M1895 rifle bayonet for the Mannlicher rifle
A very rare British brass hilted sword-bayonet made for the Baker rifle. C.1800. Ref 3190. £1,900.00. Add to cart. Quickview. A very rare Flintlock sword-pistol, engraved SCHEMETZLER in NEUSTATT. Circa 1750-80. Ref 1800. £3,650.00. Add to cart. Quickview. A VERY RARE NORWEGIAN PERCUSSION UNDER HAMMER Military SERVICE RIFLE. Ref 3154 9 S. 9th Street #98 Clarkdale, AZ 86324: https://stewartsmilitaryantiques.com PHONE: 928-641-4313 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
P1167.) Johnson Taft Pierce straight magazine rifle Dagger Bayonet. Quite possibly the rarest bayonet I have ever handled. This is a prototype made by the Taft Pierce company for their prototype Johnson rifle. Of the three types made this is known as the Dagger type and the only one I know of in existence With the rifle, comes an original, triangular, socket bayonet complete with a partial leather scabbard. This old trap door rifle remains absolutely untouched with tiny specks of paint where the rooms in which it was stored have been painted several times over the years An Outstanding Flintlock Baker Rifle, 1823 Pattern. With browned twist sighted barrel rifled with seven grooves (good bore) and with bayonet-bar on the right of the muzzle, stamped with ordnance proofs and inspection marks, plain tang stamped with a crown, signed border engraved rounded lock with crowned GR and military inspection mark and signed 'Rl My ENFIELD' across the tail, full.
The sword bayonet had a similar grip to the Baker hand bayonet, with a wide double-edged blade 17-in. long and was attached to a round lug near the muzzle. The rifle was quickly put to the test. Officers of the Rifle Brigade were then invited to comment, but they seemed mainly concerned with the bayonet controversy Baker at the trials organised by The Honorable Board of Ordnance at Wollwich in 1800, put forward the Baker Rifle that was judged to be the best of those tested and was subsequently adopted as the official arm for the Rifle Regiments of the British army for the next thirty years or so, gaining quite a reputation Scarce British Enfield Pattern 1839 Percussion Musket with BayonetThe Pattern 1839 percussion musket is considered to be the first percussion infantry long arm to be issued on a large scale in British military service, with some of these known to have been imported for use by the Confederacy during the Civil War. Features a bayonet lug front sight, V notch rear sight, and the front end has a. The resulting rifle also had a longer bayonet than the older Baker rifle and also moved the bayonet attachment bar slightly back from the front-end of the rifle, so that when the bayonet was attached, the bayonet guard was not in front of the barrel -- a fault of the older Baker rifle. The original design by Mr. Lovell was simply a box to.
ITEM Switzer's Auction & Appraisal Service / December 2020 Firearms Sale / BAKER RIFLE BAYONET. NO SCABBARD. 25195 BAKER RIFLE BAYONET. NO SCABBARD. When you sign up you choose Pick Up or Ship, your original instructions will be followed. Please see lot 0A/0B for further details. Future 2020 Auctions Dec 1 However, out of 12 shots Baker registered 9 hits: Nock, only 4. By late 1803 Baker's Carbine had been issued to 10 men per troop of the 14th and 15th Light Dragoons. The 1803 Baker Cavalry Rifle had a 'New Land' style lock. This was flat with a bevel edged stepped lockplate and a flat ring necked cock AN 18-BORE SINGLE-BARRELLED FLINTLOCK BAKER RIFLE BY W. KETLAND, NO. 75 The lockplate stamped with a crowned 'GR' and signed 'W. Ketland', full-length stock with cheek-piece and brass furniture, leather sling, the rifled sighted barrel with bayonet bar and original ram-rod Weight 11lb. 3oz
Some British bayonets have regimental markings stamped on the pommel (and possibly elsewhere). These identify the regiment of the British Army to which the bayonet was issued; when a bayonet was re-issued to a different regiment, the original regimental markings were normally lined out like this , and the new regimental markings were stamped. The requirement for the Baker armed troops to be able to perform regular infantry tasks, such as form square against cavalry, or resist a bayonet attack, led to the rather cumbersome 23-1/2 inch long sword-bayonet, which, when fitted, made the rifle-bayonet length some 65 inches long, nearly the same as a bayonet fitted musket A prime early example of a sword bayonet-fitted rifle is the British Infantry Rifle of 1800-1840, later known as the Baker Rifle. The hilt usually had quillons modified to accommodate the gun barrel and a hilt mechanism that enabled the bayonet to be attached to a bayonet lug. A sword bayonet could be used in combat as a side arm
This is a very nice percussion hunting rifle by John Allen, New York, New York. Allen worked from 1876 to 1878. This rifle has an overall length of approx. 49.25. The medium weight (.918 across the flats) 35 caliber barrel has a fine bore with strong rifling. The barrel retains much of its original smooth brown finish Description. OSBOURNE & GUNBY, BIRMINGHAM A RARE PATTERN 1801 SWORD BAYONET FOR THE BAKER RIFLE COMPLETE WITH ORIGINAL SCABBARD, issued until 1815, with plain straight 22 3/4in. sabre blade false edged for the last 4 1/4in., the back edge of blade signed 'OSBOURNE & GUNBY', the forte stamped with a crown over '19', plain brass 'D' shaped knucklebow and cross-guard, plain semi-circular turned.
In the America's, the Baker saw use with British troops fighting the War of 1812 in Canada and at the Battle of New Orleans. Many Baker rifles were also sold to other countries, and the Baker was carried into action by Mexican soldiers assaulting the Alamo. Our reproduction Baker Rifle is offered in smoothbore only at this time Bayonet History. A bayonet is a knife- or dagger-shaped weapon designed to fit on or over the muzzle of a rifle or similar weapon. It is a close combat weapon. Its evolution can be traced to a certain extent to a fortuitous accident. In the mid-17th century irregular conflicts of rural France, the peasants of the Southern French town of Bayonne. A bayonet (from French baïonnette) is a knife, sword, or spike-shaped weapon designed to fit in, on, over or underneath the muzzle of a rifle, musket or similar weapon, effectively turning the gun into a spear. In this regard, it is an ancillary close-quarter combat or last-resort weapon. However, knife-shaped bayonets—when not fixed to a gun barrel—have long been utilized by soldiers. M1861 US 3 Inch Pattern Ordnance rifle. The wheels and axle are original. This cannon was built by Rudy Marek of Banks, Oregon. The barrel was made from a 3 inch Navy Barrel which is rifled with thread cascabel, and trunnions, etc. Master machinist made barrel to exact specifications of the original and on a superb reproduction Carriage made again to the Ordnance Specifications