Canadian 1899 Oliver Pattern Leather Bayonet Frog

Canadian 1899 Oliver Pattern Leather Bayonet Frog
Original pattern bayonet frog for the 1899 Oliver equipment.
 
Our PriceUS$ 29.00
Code205732000
Stock5
Weight.3
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The 1899 pattern frog is unique in having two slots, one for the Enfield bayonet scabbard, the other for an entrenching tool. No evidence has been found to show that any entrenching tool was ever actually adopted. When the Ross rifle was adopted by the Canadian Army this frog was dropped,
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