Canadian Model 1905/1910 “Mark II” Bayonet

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Although not originally equipped to allow the attachment of a bayonet, the.303 caliber Ross Rifle boasted this Mark II with Canadian units through roughly 1914 to 1918.
Officially adopted in 1908, but not issued until 1910, the model-year designation is mired in confusion. However, it bears many distinctive markings. ROSS RIFLE CO./ QUEBEC/ PATENTED 1907 can all be found on the pommel, along with inspection marks (such as the crown-over-a-number associated with Ross Factory Inspections) on the left side.
Another interesting marking can be found along the handle; V.203 is engraved there, and may be a unit or soldiers number.

INV#:2200-1

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