Information We Must Have To
Make Your Bayonet Scabbard
You must tell us your blade type, year model,
and whether it is a reproduction
or an original. What brand is the reproduction?
Some reproductions vary
so much from the original that
the only similarity is that they fit on the muzzle
of the musket.
Questions Often Ask Regarding Bayonet Scabbards
Do I have to send in my blade?
No, we can usually make you the correct fitting scabbard if you will send us
the blade type, year model and whether it is a reproduction or original.
Will we custom fit your scabbard to your blade? Yes.
If you want us to custom fit a
scabbard to your bayonet blade we will do so. Add $20.00 to your total
to cover fitting and return shipping and $50.00 worth of insurance on your bayonet. Remember it will be necessary for
us to keep your blade for a while and it will be returned with your new scabbard.
Be sure and carefully
pack your blade before shipping. We suggest you place a rubber ball, such as a tennis ball, on the tip of your bayonet
blade or other padding that is taped in place. Use plenty of packing materical to guard your blade. Let's not chance
harming your blade or someone along the way.
What is the great "Gaylord Bayonet Scabbard Error"?
“I need a Gaylord Bayonet Scabbard” is a typical request
we receive. Many years ago a patent sketch was published depicting the “Gaylord Bayonet Scabbard.” Essentially
the line drawing was a U. S. issue bayonet scabbard used to illustrate United
States Patent Number 28269. The scabbard itself was not what Emerson Gaylord held a patent for. Thus it is not a Gaylor
Want to learn more about Emerson Gaylord and his patent?
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