It was decided in April 1869 that 200 rifles Martini rifles were to be manufactured at Enfield to be..
In 1903, a large quantity of Royal Irish Constabulary Snider bayonets had been supplied from Enfiel..
In 1870 a radical design of sword bayonet was offered for trial, designed by Lord Elcho. The blad..
Introduced in List of Change 2659, the Pattern 53/74 was a conversion of the exiting .577" calibr..
During 1875 the RSAF extensively trailled a proposed pattern sword bayonet for issue to other ran..
Approved in List Of Change 2713, the Cutlass bayonet was manufactured for the Royal Navy, convert..
In the absence of an approved sword bayonet at the time of general issue of the Martini Henry, Th..
The 22" Common socket bayonet was named the "Lunger" by the soldiers. Triangular in shape, the ba..
Introduced in List of Change 3615, with the Martini Henry IC1 Artillery carbine. the 25.75" blade..
With the ongoing experiments of the Enfield Martini pattern A .402 rifle,In 1885 a new radical de..
The Enfield Martini rifle pattern B utilised the traditional side mounting bayonet band. As a res..
Despite the fact that in 1875 the War office decided not to adopt the sword bayonet, the British ..
In 1891, the existing Enfield Martini experimental bayonets in store were converted to the more c..
In the late 19th century, many Martini Rifles and carbines were converted into drill purpose arms..
During June 1894, the ongoing trials of the new Martini Enfield .303” rifle opened up the questio..