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Sabres: The Infantry Officers' Pattern 1913 Sabre (Fig. 61C)


It happened to be a dragoon officers' Pattern 1881/1909 shashka (shasqua), albeit enclosed in the iron scabbard similar to the cavalry Pattern 1827 sabre. The mass was downwards of 1,450 gr. It was made regulation weapon to be carried outside formation by infantry generals and officers on marching dress occasions, same as those of artillery (except the mounted, mounted- -mountain and Cossack), engineer and railway troops, auxiliary units, headquarters (except the Guard's, cavalry and Cossacks , departments (except the guard's cavalry, mounted artillery and Cossack), establishments and offices of the military department (except the military schools and Cossack ones). It was there till the end of the period considered.


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