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    Type 44 Carbine..

    Just bought one that looks unfired..but missing bayonet. First version..Any thoughts where I might look for a bayonet ?..thanks..jv


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    Quote Originally Posted by ozark1 View Post
    Just bought one that looks unfired..but missing bayonet. First version..Any thoughts where I might look for a bayonet ?..thanks..jv
    You will need to figure out what version of the Bayonet you need. Single or Double. A Picture would help.

    Liberty Tree Collectors the two eared version right now. But GunBroker and eBay always has them too.
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    Mine is the type...First Version...that slips over the barrel.. I'll check Liberty..thanks..Jv.

    ---------- Post added at 11:45 AM ---------- Previous post was at 11:42 AM ----------

    The one you mentioned is Moisin Nagant 44..Not Arisakaicon 44...but...thanks anyway...j..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozark1 View Post
    e one you mentioned is Moisin Nagant 44..Not Arisakaicon 44...but...thanks anyway...j..
    ops.. Up was thinking the M44 Mosin, sorry about that. I did see some Bayonets when I was looking at a Arisaka last week.. let me see if I can find the link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usabaker View Post
    e one you mentioned is Moisin Nagant 44..Not Arisaka 44...but...thanks anyway...j..
    ops.. Up was thinking the M44 Mosin, sorry about that. I did see some Bayonets when I was looking at a Arisaka last week.. let me see if I can find the link.
    Found the link I saw it at ->> https://www.proxibid.com/Firearms-Military-Artifacts/Military-Artifacts/WWII-JAPANESE-CAVALRY-TYPE-44-FOLDING-BAYONET/lotInformation/56739954#topoflot
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    Great! Now I want one! Very cool rifle!

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    Thanks for the lead...For info. for everyone on the Forums..I bid $150..Lets see if that's close....Jerry..

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    bummer, have a third. Bought when I did not know the differences.

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    Great! Now I want one! Very cool rifle!
    Well you can have one if you can win it! ->> https://www.proxibid.com/Firearms-Mi...ation/56808848


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    Quote Originally Posted by usabaker View Post
    I picked a bad month to want a Type 44. That rifle looks great! I bought a Luftwaffe issued Astra 300 earlier this week and the wife gets her Frenchicon Bulldog pup in 2 weeks so no more money for guns this month.

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    First...Thanks to the Forum for the tip on a first series bayonet at auction.. The results......................As with all commodities..there is supply and demand. In this case....the demand far outweighs the supply...The market spoke to the tune of....$220+premium=shipping...I got caught up ..and won it.."Won" is a bad word !!..Numbers won't match my all-matching 44..but the opportunities to even buy one are few and far between..Now ..for a 38 carbine !!...j..

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