Swedish Socket Bayonet for the M/1867 rifle.
When the M/1867 Remington rolling block rifle was introduced, it was considered to be a big innovation, since it was the first rifle used by the military in Sweden and Norway that used metal cartridges. The rifle was produced on license by Carl Gustafs stads and Husqvarna in Sweden, and by Kongsberg Våpenfabrikk in Norway.
The Swedish Socket bayonet M/1867 was used with several different sub models of the M/1867 rifle in Sweden.
|Type||Lengde||Lengde blad||Lengde dølle||Diameter||Vekt|
|M/1867||ca 560||ca 485||ca 67||19|
The Swedish Navy used a sword bayonet to the M/1867 rifle.
|Carl Gustaf Stad||-|
The bayonet got a serial number that matched the firearm stamped on the arm. The socket often got a stamp for the regimental number.
The modified M/1867-89 rifle got a smaller calibre (8mm) than the M/1867, so the Swedish military introduced a new bayonet with a smaller socket, the M/1867-89 bayonet. More than 100,000 M/1867 bayonets got modified to M/1867-89, by replacing the socket by a new. The socket got cut off and a new socket got attached by welding.