All Categories

There are no postage costs to worry about on any item - what you see is what you pay!

Free Postage to UK

Search our Store


Cart empty

Canadian M1910 Ross Bayonet

Reduced by:
Price / kg:
Canadian Ross Bayonet 22
Canadian Ross Bayonet 31
Canadian Ross Bayonet 44
Canadian Ross Bayonet 59
Canadian Ross Bayonet 62
Canadian Ross Bayonet 74
Canadian Ross Bayonet 85
Canadian Ross Bayonet 91
Canadian Ross Bayonet 10
Canadian Ross Bayonet 11
Canadian Ross Bayonet 12
Canadian Ross Bayonet 13

This example has the more common Mark II unfullered ‘Quill-point’ blade, modified from the original for better performance in the thrust. Wood grips, leather scabbard with steel throat and button chape, leather stapled frog.

Pommel is marked with the broad arrow, a crown inspection stamp, ‘11’, indicating that it is a Mark II, ‘7/16’, indicating that it was manufactured in July 1916, as well as the maker’s mark ‘Ross Rifle Co. / Quebec / Patented 1907’. The wood grip is also stamped with the 7/16 date mark and an ‘R’, which is unusual. Tang of the blade has crown inspection marks. Chape end of scabbard is marked with ‘1916’, again, the year of manufacture, ‘RRC’ (Ross Rifle Company), another broad arrow and ‘MK. II’. The matching dates and similarly good condition strongly suggest that bayonet and scabbard are an original pair. Reverse of frog is marked ‘C / A D / 82’.

The Ross rifle was used during WW1 by Canadian troops but underperformed on the battlefield and was withdrawn in 1916 in favour of the Lee Enfield. Most were kept for training purposes while 20,000 were sold to the United States. Thousands were issued to the British Home Guard during WW2, and a few bayonets used by the SAS to fit Thompson submachine guns.


Call Us Any Time At
07918 146 538

Free Shipping
Postage is included all on purchases

Returns Accepted
within the first 30 days after purchase

We use cookies on our website. Some of them are essential for the operation of the site, while others help us to improve this site and the user experience (tracking cookies). You can decide for yourself whether you want to allow cookies or not. Please note that if you reject them, you may not be able to use all the functionalities of the site.