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    Riccheri Devise

    Because I'm bored and I've never seen this anywhere else in one image. A demonstration of the Riccheri Devise [adapter] used on the Argentineicon 1909s and Spanish 1943 (pictured).

    -The pin is not installed to avoid undue wear-

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    Those used to be around. You could find them in the small parts bins at gunshows. Too, they might come installed on a rifle but would be removed by a new owner to make it "Correct" and take the "Right" bayonet. Not so available any more. I suspect many were discarded...without knowledge.
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    I see them on tons of web sites like GPC, Liberty Tree, etc. I also see them on ebay and Gunbroker very often. I have an extra that I got in a lot of parts on ebay once because I needed the site base or something.

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    What does it do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WarPig1976 View Post
    What does it do?
    It adapts the bayonet lug to the configuration to accept Pre-Gew98 pattern bayonets.

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    Standard Long H pattern bayonet lug.
    W/ Standard Modell Spanish w/Guard bayonet
    W/ Standard Modell Spanish w/o Guard bayonet

    Long pattern H bayonet lug w/Riccheri devise installed
    W/ Model 1941 Bolo Blade bayonet

    So it means I can fit any of these, and more to his rifle. I have the Riccheri locked in to the 1941 for safe keeping.

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    Occasionally you'd fine one in the mortise slot of a bolo bayonet when it was for sale...
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    Saw the picture you posted of the Ricchieri Device. Just got one since I have a K98kicon and Argentineicon 1909/47 and 1891 bayonets. Thought I’d put them together. Works great. I purchased a short bayonet bar nose cap for the short top part of the device. But you installed on a long bar nose cap. Didn’t know that could be done so thanks for the pics. — Lee Zielinski

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