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I thought you gents might enjoy some pictures of some of my less common Japanese Rifles:

1. Type 22 Murata (complete with all bolt and magazine parts)

2. Type 30 Carbine

3. Type 35 Naval Rifle

4. Siamese Arisaka with Chakra in 8x52 mm Siamese

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Marzon
 

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D'oh! I of course meant type 30 carbine. I had alot of trouble posting pictures and missed that typo!
 

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D'oh! I of course meant type 30 carbine. I had alot of trouble posting pictures and missed that typo!
You can go back to your post and edit it.
 

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Typo's fixed.

Albacore, is the bayonet for the Siamese the same as the regular Siamese Mausers?
 

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Typo's fixed.

Albacore, is the bayonet for the Siamese the same as the regular Siamese Mausers?
No it is not the same as the one used on the Siamese/Thai Type 46 'Mauser'
The Siamese/Thai Type 66 (which is the model designation of your rifle) uses its own unique bayonet.
I got one from Frank Allen for mine :)
I plan on using mine this year to hunt deer with.
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The bayonet will look like a short version of the Type-30 bayonet. They come in a few different variations: bright blades, parkerized blades, arabic or Siamese numbers on the pommel, screws or washers in the grips. I'll include a photo, it's the third from the bottom.
 

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Thanks for the photo. Now I know what to look for. (Actually I found one for sale but it would cost me more than the rifle did, so I am going to keep looking.) For that matter if anybody knows where to get a Type 22 bayonet that doesn't cost an arm and a leg I would sure like to know about it!

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Marzon.
 
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