We manufacture all reproduction parts, both walnut and steel in house on our machinery. All parts are copied from original ones and are fitted to our original guns before shipment. We do not make parts for repro guns or guns not listed on this site. We offer gunsmith services for those who wish to send their gun in for evaluation and/or repair. We only work on guns manufactured prior to 1898 (black powder) and only on those models listed on this site. We ship within ten days of receipt of payment unless otherwise specified.
**** Note: if you do not have an original trench gun you will need to make modifications to your gun. *** Read the following instructions before purchasing. ****
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR BAYONET ATTACHMENT
NOTE: THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE FOR NON ORIGINAL TRENCH GUNS
Cut barrel to 20-1/2 inches measuring from the end of the chamber to the end of the muzzle
For Winchester 97 only, remove the clamp that holds the magazine tube and the barrel together (this clamp will no longer be used). For Winchesters only, if your magazine plug does not have a 9/32 stud on the end of it you will need to replace it with one that does in order to support your magazine tube. We sell them on our web site.
Remove the 3 securing screws from the attachment and slide the bayonet attachment on the barrel until the 9/32 stud on the end of the magazine plug goes into the hole in the rear of the leg on the attachment and the rear of the leg is flush with the face of the magazine plug. This is for Winchesters only. For Stevens and Ithaca slide the attachment on the barrel until the end of bayonet lug (round stud that the bayonet ring slides over) is even with the muzzle end of the barrel. Leaves approx. ½ inch of barrel showing.
Making sure that the leg of the bayonet attachment is lined up with the trigger guard (centered) scribe 3 marks in the bottom of the barrel by inserting a small rat tail file in each of the 3 screw mounting holes.
Remove the attachment and file each groove just enough to let the screw clear (you do this by sliding on and removing the attachment and screwing in the screw until it clears. Do this for all 3 screws. Be careful not to make the slots too deep which could weaken the barrel. The screws should clear the barrel easily without forcing when the groove is deep enough. Trying to force the screw can strip it and or damage the threads in the attachment.
Winchester Model 97 TRENCH GUN BAYONET ATTACHMENT
SINCE THESE ARE MADE IN HOUSE WE WILL SHIP WITHIN 10 BUSINESS DAYS OF RECEIPT OF PAYMENT
6 ROW 29 HOLE HEAT SHIELD RIVETED TO THE TYPE W BAYONET ATTACHMENT WITH 6 STEEL RIVETS. WINCHESTER BRASS BEAD SIGHT. SLING SWIVEL AND 3 ATTACHMENT SCREWS. 1913-1917 LONG BLADE BAYONET WILL FIT AND LOCK IN PLACE. SHIPPED IN THE WHITE
Now available: 4 row 19 hole heat shields. The 4 row 19 hole shield appears to have been substituted for the 6 row 29 hole model from between December of 1941 to February 1942 to the end of production "U.S. Winchester Trench and Riot Guns by Joe Poyer". Please specify which heat shield you want attached to the bayonet lug when ordering.
TRENCH GUN BUTT STOCK SLING SWIVEL
This is the correct 1-3/8 inch long butt stock sling swivel for original Winchester 97 and Model 12 trench guns. It is perfect for your conversion project as well. Comes with 2 wood screws.
Winchester 97 Magazine Plug (Click to view)
Excellent quality reproduction of the classic M1 Garand web sling which was also used on trench guns. Has correct WWII flat buckle hardware. Faintly marked JT&L 1943.
Price: $18.00 plus $6.00 Priority Mail Shipping (shipping cost is added in automatically when you purchase using the Add to Cart Button)
Early WWI and early WWII leather sling marked Rock Island Arsenal 1918 dyed to give the appearance of an aged sling
Price: $32.00 plus $6.00 Priority Mail Shipping (shipping cost is added in automatically when you purchase using the Add to Cart Button)