M1941 Johnson Bayonet & Scabbard

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Very rare steel Johnson Rifle bayonet and leather scabbard as issued to the U.S. Marines in WW2. Always been difficult to find, these are newly manufactured and identical to the original with a blade length of about 7.5". Used by select Marine units in WW2 and by ‘Mercs’ invading Cuba at the Bay of Pigs… Very Limited.


5 Reviews

  • 4
    I have a Johnson rifle. I have never seen an authentic bayonet for it. This new manufactured one appeares to be just like the authentic ones. I am having a problen understanding how to attach it to the rifle.

    Posted by Marvin L Graham on Aug 6th 2020


  • 5
    M1941 Johnson Bayonet & Scabbard

    Posted by Howard on Apr 26th 2020

    Very nice quality. Takes an expert eye to tell these from originals.

  • 3
    johnson bayonet and scabbard

    Posted by dmr on Mar 21st 2020

    the other reviewers much have gotten better units than i. the one sent me had pitted metal, horrible wipe-off finish and the barrel ring on the bayonet was offset dramatically. not to mention the unit was made in india.
    when it comes to johnson bayonets, they are more scarce then the guns themselves. i was prepared for that but this piece didn't even come close. i sent it back for a refund.

  • 4
    Sticky Bayonet

    Posted by Herb Foard on Mar 12th 2020

    Metal work looks really good. Scabbard also looks really good. Only drawback is the finish on the bayonet. Finish was sticky and when I tried to clean it up, most of the "Blueing" came off with the rag. It is still a good purchase as compared with an original.

  • 4
    1941 Johnson repro bayonet and scabbard

    Posted by Brian Keith on Dec 6th 2019

    Very impressed with quality of the bayonet and scabbard