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Old 08-28-2013, 06:20 PM   #11
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I will have to look at this when I get home.

Looking forward to the picture!

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Maybe this will help narrow it down a little.
Will have a pic of friends bayonet later today


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I FINALLY got the bayonet from my friends house yesterday. I don't know what the difference is between a type 30 and a type 42 either.
This one is a straight quillon birds head made by Toyoda Jidoshoki Seisakusho (Toyoda Automatic Loom Works) under Nagoya supervision. Bad news is it is just the bayonet without the metal scabbard. It has been sharpened too. It was given to him by an old Marine that served in the South Pacific. He fought at Tinian, and some of those other little pieces of paradise.


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I FINALLY got the bayonet from my friends house yesterday. I don't know what the difference is between a type 30 and a type 42 either.
This one is a straight quillon birds head made by Toyoda Jidoshoki Seisakusho (Toyoda Automatic Loom Works) under Nagoya supervision. Bad news is it is just the bayonet without the metal scabbard. It has been sharpened too. It was given to him by an old Marine that served in the South Pacific. He fought at Tinian, and some of those other little pieces of paradise.
The difference is between a type 30 and a type 42 bayonet, was the rifle it was on !...............
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Ladies and Gentlemen,

I was able to get the bayonet that I was looking for at the Gun Show that was held in my area over the weekend!

I appreciate all the help that was provided.

I will post a picture tonight.
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One more thing, Does anyone on this site know where I can get the Proof Marks on it identified?

Again, Pictures forthcoming.
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Nambu World.................

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http://oldmilitarymarkings.com/japanese_markings.html
This helped me identify my 7.7 Arisaki and the bayonet it came with.
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GREAT site. Thanks for posting it.
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This helped me identify my 7.7 Arisaki and the bayonet it came with.
I like this one to, but I could`nt get it to come up earlier..........
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Default My new bayonet.

This is my new bayonet and here are the proof marks that I need to identify.

I included two pictures of the proof marks for clarity.


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