A triangular shaped model 1833 Hall Carbine ramrod bayonet, made by S. North. The back end is threaded for application of either the wiper for cleaning the barrel or a worm for removal of a stuck lead ball. The bayonet is held to the gun by a double-sided spring retainer, located on the bottom of the barrel, two and half inches from the muzzle. When depressed the spring releases the bayonet so it can slide forward to the extended position, upon which it will lock into place.
Overall Length: 25″
Condition: Appears to have been in a fire causing some light pitting, scaling and distortion
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