Bajonetten liknar M 1915, men utan pipring. Klingan är kortad.
Stålbalja med fäste för bajonetten.
In 1918 S H. Bang got a patent on a bayonet scabbard that should be used to extend the range of a rifle with mounted bayonet.
Bang thought that for bayonet fighting in open ground a long bayonet is handy, but in the trenches it was mostly in the way. With modern, shorter rifles, it was necessary for a soldier to be able extend the bayonet so he could survive, particularly against mounted lanceneers (!).
So the idea of Bang was to make a scabbard with a bayonet slot at one end, and the bayonet stud at the other. If the bayonet was mounted on the scabbard it could be extended about 30 cm.
The actual bayonet is a shortened bayonet M1915 without muzzle ring.
The design was patented in 1918 in “Dansk Patent 23535” and D.R.R.S had a contract to use the design.