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    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..
    Gald you were able to "win" the bayonet for your rifle. Having a complete rifle later one will pay in the end. Complete bayonet setups like the one listed have to be hard to find and like you said few and far between, even more, no since there are more collectors then before. Love to see a picture of the rifle in its complete condition...
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    Working on the 44.. bayonet had one screw (bolt) missing on the attachment. There are 2..I need one...and I know it's a LOOOnnGGG shot !. I understand Japanicon used some type of different metric angle on their fasteners.... Any thoughts ?..thanks..Jerry..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozark1 View Post
    Working on the 44.. bayonet had one screw (bolt) missing on the attachment. There are 2..I need one...and I know it's a LOOOnnGGG shot !. I understand Japan used some type of different metric angle on their fasteners.... Any thoughts ?..thanks..Jerry..
    Check out this guys and his links. If you scroll down there is a T-44 list of parts http://www.banzaionline.com/PartsExc...s_exchange.htm

    T-44 Carbine

    Cost Per Item Name of Part

    $15 Bayonet housing screw (state which model—1st, 2nd or 3rd)

    $10 Trigger guard screws: front, middle, tang

    $75 Bayonet housing stacking hook assembly

    $ 5 Butt Plate Screw

    $30 Muzzle cover spring, 2nd model, double ended spring

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    Here as well ->>> https://cfnparts.com/index.php?route=product/category&path=1112

    Bayonet Housing Mounting Screw - Original
    This Japanese manufactured bayonet housing mounting screw is for the Type 44 Arisakaicon bolt action car..

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    Manufacturer: Japanese Military
    Model: Type 44 Arisaka
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    Now...bayonet arrived today. Looked over the attachment..and obviously the piece on the rifle now needs to come off...Bayonet attaches with 2 screws in same place. What do I do first to remove the piece on the gun ?. It slips off..but do I remove the top of the handguard first..or just tap it till it looses and comes off ?. It looks like the sight remains in place..and the bayonet slips back into the same spot. Any help appreciated. I want to get it all together...Thanks..JV..PS..Have the correct screws..


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    Got the bayonet assembly figured out.. Now..I want to remove the action from the stock. Is there a trick to removing the band with the swivel on it. I depressed the spring..but it doesn't want to come off. Don't want to damage the wood..thanks..JV..

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    Well...The 44 is finished..Got the action out OK..Checked numbers..seems, from what I've read, there are 2 kinds of numbers..serial and assembly..My bolt...dust cover...receiver all match.. There are 2 Japaneseicon characters stamped on the bottom of the stock. The MUM has been defaced...and I'm thinking about having my gunsmith restore it. What do you guys think ? Obviously, the bayonet number doesn't match...but there is little I can do about that..I'm on the hunt for a 38 Carbine. Have a lead on a hoard in Florida..supposedly another 44 Carbine in the bunch too...Thanks for all the help. I have a Swedishicon Mauser...and another Spanish Carbine on the way..both "sporterized"..but very well done..I'm not a purist, except when it comes to my double gun collection. A Parker with cut barrels just won't do !. Hope everyone gets through this Virus outbreak without problems.....Jerry..

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    I'd leave as is. A restamped mum doesn't increase the value and the fact it was removed is part of the history of the rifle and helps to tell its story. The fact you have a matching receiver and bolt with a matching dust cover puts you way ahead of the game already. Those matching dust covers are extremely difficult to find!

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    Looks like I was outvoted !. My gunsmith just replied that he would leave it alone too. I think I'll do just that..thanks guys..j..

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