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    Help identifying bayonet

    Does anyone know anything about this bayonet?
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    Japaneseicon type 38. National Denki manufacture.

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    Thanks Aragorn243

    The only thing I could find ( only in the last hour ) was that it might be a type 30. Early to mid war production.
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    Type 30 is correct, not 38. I was thinking rifles but it was originally designed for the type 30 rifle and used on the 38's and 99's without change other than cosmetics.

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    Yep, Type 30 Japaneseicon. Interestingly, the cross guard / quillon on that sample is straight. LATE production?

    The original Type 30 was the inspiration for the Britishicon Pattern 1907 bayonet, hooked quillon and all.

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    Straight quillion would be late production as far as the bayonets are concerned but early to mid war (WWII) production as suggested. Much too well made to be late war.


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