Object details

Weapons and ammunition
Related period
Second World War (association)
Johnson Automatic Trust, Boston (Undefined)
Melvin Johnson (designer)

Scabbard: leather

Scabbard: metal (copper)


whole: scabbard length (including belt loop) : 345 mm & 13.583 ins

Catalogue number
WEA 143.2
Part of
knife bayonet Model 1941 with scabbard

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