WW2 Japan Arisaka Type 30 bayonet by Kokura Arsenal; original metal scabbard, great overall condition. Scarce early type with hooked quillion, “bird beak” pommel and “fine finish” wood grips.
Original early WW2 era Japanese Type 30 bayonet made at the Kokura Arsenal. Early WW2 type with a hooked quillion, “bird’s head” pommel, “fine finish” wood grips and original metal scabbard; there is no frog. The pommel is stamped with serial 3130739. The scabbard is in very good condition; a couple of typical dings and minor surface rust (cleanable) are noted for accuracy.
The bayonet is about 20-1/8” / 51 cm overall; the blade is about 15-3/4″ / 40 cm. The blade’s edge is original arsenal-unsharpened; the tip is intact. Original wood grips are nice and tight with no cracks. The bayonet release button is mechanically perfect and 100% functional; all handle parts are tight.
Almost 80 years after it was made this WW2 Japan Arisaka Type 30 bayonet is 100% serviceable and ready for action; scarce this nice. Don’t miss your chance to add it to your collection!
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