Original Austrian Mannlicher M1895 Rifle with Scabbard by ŒWG


2022 40 At 50" long, the M95 rifle (above) was the same size as most of its small bore, smokeless powder, bolt-action peers on the battlefield, but the lithe beauty weighed around a pound less.

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History Austro-Hungarian Stormtroopers armed with Mannlicher M95 Stutzens at the Isonzo front in 1917 (colorized). It was initially adopted and employed by the Austro-Hungarian Army throughout World War I, and retained post-war by both the Austrian and Hungarian armies.


The bayonet was designed to be used with the Austrian Mannlicher M1895 rifle. It was intended for use by non-commissioned officers (NCOs) within the Austro-Hungarian military during World War I. The bayonet features a distinctive "quillback" design, characterized by the slightly curved blade and the ridge that runs along the back of the blade, resembling a quill.

An Austrian M95 knife made for the Mannlicher model 1895 rifle

Stamps on the Metal parts '1.TRZ.' = Tehnicki Remontni Zavod (Technical Rework Factory) - on Yugoslavian M24/47 Mauser stocks 'II.Q' or 'II' after the serial = 2nd Quality product/parts, found on Chilean Export M1886 and M1888 Mannlichers 'A' in circle = Post-WW1 Austrian Army property mark - On Frommer Stop, on bayonets

Austrian Steyr M95 Mannlicher Rifle

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Personalized Austrian Hungarian SteyrMannlicher m95 m95 m1895 Leather

Austria. As for such great country with quite violent military history Austro-Hungary produced only a few distinctive bayonet models.. This was initially Mannlicher M1888, M1890 and soon later Mannlicher 1895 which was similar in design but generally smaller and lighter. This bayonets had been produced in tremendous amounts for many years.

Austrian Hungarian M95 / 1895 Steyr Mannlicher

Socket bayonet for use with the 17.5 mm. (.69 caliber) M1798 flintlock musket. Although the Austrian M1798 musket was closely patterned after the French M1777 Charleville musket, the M1799 bayonet is uniquely Austrian. The M1799 socket bayonet was the first to feature the flattened cruciform blade profile that was characteristic of 19th Century.

Very Rare Mannlicher M95 WWI Austrian M95 Steyr

1.9k. Location:Slovakia. Interests:Bayonets 1870-1945, CSR, Austria-Ugria, Germany. Author. Posted 22 April , 2021 (edited) You have there the pictures, the bayonet that You have is made in Budapest not Steyr, was made for short rifle, called Stutzen M95 and have additional sight on barell ring, otherway the other details are identical, M95.

Personalized Austrian Hungarian SteyrMannlicher m95 m95 m1895 Leather

These are the Austrian-made bayonets for the AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN Empire made to fit the Mannlicher 1895 straight pull bolt action Rifle which was the principal Rifle of the FIRST WORLD WAR for the Austrian Empire.

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ARMSLIST For Sale Austrian Steyr Mannlicher M95/30 & ammo lot

The Steyr M1895 was a straight-pull bolt action rifle designed by Ferdinand Ritter von Mannlicher. The weapon was loaded using an en-bloc clip instead of a stripper clip. Specs Barrel Length: 30.1 inches (long rifle), Overall Length: 50 inches (long rifle), Capacity: 5 rounds Cartridge: 8x50mmR, later 8x56mmR Action: Straight-pull bolt action

Austrian Hungarian M95 / 1895 Steyr Mannlicher

Brief Introduction: The Steyr M95 or the Mannlicher M1895 is one of the least known (in opinion) military surplus rifles available on the US market compared to, say Mosins, Mausers, and garands. Approximately 3,500,000 Steyr's were made by Œ.W.G. in Austria, F.G.GY. in Hungary, and Zbrojovka Brno in Czechoslovakia between 1896 & 1920.

Austrian Hungarian M95 / 1895 Steyr Mannlicher

Based on his previous M1890 design, this rifle was manufactured in Austro-Hungarian Empire at state arms factories in Steyr (Austria) and Budapest (Hungary). More than 3 millions of M95 rifles were produced between 1895 and 1918. This rifle was issued to Austro-Hungarian army, and, after the fall of the Empire, to the Austrian and Hungarian armies.

Austrian Hungarian M95 / 1895 Steyr Mannlicher

Austrian soldier holds a M95 Steyr Mannlicher rifle during World War I. In the 1880s, the bolt-action rifle was a new-fangled innovative firearm. One of the leaders in design of these.

Austrian Hungarian M95 / 1895 Steyr Mannlicher

This bayonet is very nice, produced by "OEWG" Österreichische Waffenfabrik Gesellschaft, Steyr and on the blade is also "double-head austro hungarian eagle). Another marking is unit marking - "42 R/4069" - from this marking we can certainly say that it belongs to Infanterie Regiment Nr. 42, Ersatz-Batalion, Ersatz-Kompanie Nr. 3 - pretty nice marking isn´t it ?

AUSTRIAN STEYR M95 AGED (REPRO) Military Tactical \ Knives

by Paul Scarlata October 15, 2013 The most successful series of straight-pull bolt-action military rifles in history were invented by Ferdinand von Mannlicher (1848-1904). Mannlicher had first become fascinated with firearms while visiting the 1876 World Exposition in Philadelphia.

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