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Pattern 1897 bayonet

Pattern 1897 bayonet

2018

LEGISLATION STATES THAT
SENDING BAYONETS TO ANYTHING OTHER THAN A BUSINESS ADDRESS IS AGAINST POSTAL SERVICE GUIDELINES AND MAY RESULT IN PROSECUTION.

Arasaka Bayonets

The Type 30 Bayonet was a single-edged Sword Bayonet with a 400 millimetres (15.75 in) blade and an overall length of 514 millimetres (20.24 in) with a weight of approximately 700 grams.

Pattern 1897 bayonet

The Type 30 bayonet is also known as the “Pattern 1897 bayonet”.

Early Type 30 bayonets

Early Type 30 bayonets usually sported a hooked quillion guard which gave it a distinct look, but later models had a straight hand guard.

Nagoya Arsenal

The design was intended to give the average Japanese infantryman a long enough reach to pierce the abdomen of a cavalryman. However, the design had a number of drawbacks, some caused by the poor quality of forgings used, which tended to rust quickly and not hold an edge, and to break when bent.

The weapon was manufactured from 1897 to 1945 at a number of locations, including the Kokura Arsenal,Koishikawa Arsenal  (Tokyo) and Nagoya Arsenal  as well as under contract by private manufacturers including Matsushita, Toyoda Automatic Loom and others.