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A list of bayonets, past and present, categorized by country with informal naming.

  • Afghanistan - UK 1888, Uk 1888 long,UK 1903, UK 1907, 1913
  • Argentina - 1875, 1875 carbine, M1879, 1880 carbine, M1891, M1891/31 Engineer's Carbine, M1909, M1909/47, 1891 converted to M1 Carbine, 1935, M1, M1949, M1953 FAL, M1963 FAL tubular
  • Australia - 1907, 1, Paratrooper, Owen, L1A2, US M7, US M9
  • Austria - 1849, 1854, 1867, 1870, 1873, 1885, 1886, 1888, 1895 (various versions), Ersatz, Ersatz NCO, Feldmesser 78 (Glock)
  • Belgium - M1848, M1867/41, M1868 Terssen, 1869, M1870, M1880 Yatagan, M1882 Comblain, M1889 short & long, M1916, M1916 Gendarmerie, M24 Long export, No4, M1949 SAFN, FN FAL
  • Brazil - Comblain, Comblain Cadet, 1904, 1908, 1908/34, FN FAL, Mosquetão M968
  • Bulgaria - 1888,1893NCO, 1895 cavalry and NCO, 84/98, 84/98 dress, AK47, AKM, and AK74
  • Canada - 1893, 1907, ROSS, 1913/US 1917, No4, C1(L1A2), C7 (M7), CAN Bayonet 2000
  • Chile - 1895, 1912, Police Dress, 1935, SIG 510-4
  • China - German S71, German M1907, Mauser, HY1935 Japanese Arisaka T30, T30 copy, Belgian ersatz, Type 53, Type 56 Carbine (SKS), Type 56 Rifle (AK47), M1963 folding, AK47 Export, AK59/2 Export, AK59 Export, M81, Fake T100
  • Colombia - VZ-24, Galil, AKM
  • Cuba - AKM
  • Czechoslovakia - M1895, German S98, German 98/05, VZ23, VZ23 Long, VZ24, VZ33, VZ52, VZ58, CZ–75 Tactical Block Bayonet
  • Denmark - M1854, M1889, M1914, US M1, M1950, Madsen, M/62, M/75
  • Éire - 1907, No9
  • East Germany - AK47, AK59/2, AK74, KM87, Trainer
  • Egypt - 1867, Snider, 303 Remington, 1876, 1903, 1907, FN49, Hakim, AKM Type II
  • Ethiopia - SKS, VZ24
  • Fiji - UK1907
  • Finland - 1927, 1928, 1939, 1939 fake, M1962, Rubber training, AK47
  • France - 1754, 1777, 1822, 1847, 42, 42/59, 1866, Defense Nationale's, 1874, 1874 Telegrapher, 1886, 1892, 1907 Colonial, M1914, US 1913 cut down, MAS 1936, MAS 1936-CR39, MAS 1956, M1982 (SIG 530), FAMAS
  • Germany - Hirschfänger M/1810, Hirschfänger M/1849, Füsilierseitengewehr M/1860, Hirschfänger M/1865, Pionierfaschinenmesser M/1865, Pionierfaschinenmesser M/1869, Bavarian Infanterieseitengewehr M/1869 Werder, M69/98, Pionierfaschinenmesser M/1871, Hirschfänger M/1871, Artillerieseitengewehr M/1871, Infanterieseitengewehr M/1871 (with and without sawback), S71/84 (with and without sawback), S84/98 a.A., S98 (with and without sawback), KS98, S84/98n.A., S98/02, S98/05a.A., S98/05n.A., S14, S15 Gottscho, S88/98 (various Ersatzseitengewehr), war booty and commandeered as Siamese 1888, Russian 1891, French 1866, G3,G36, SG2000
  • Greece - 1895, 1903 (Italian made), 1874/03, US M1, M4, FAL Type A, FAL Type C, G3
  • Guatemala - 1968 CETME, US M1
  • Haiti - US M5, US M6 bayonet (Both German manufactured)
  • Holland - 1871, 1873, 1895 (various),UK 1907, M4, M1, KCB-70 M1 (Stoner), US M9
  • Hungary -1895 Gendarmarie, 1895 various versions, 1935, 1935 Cavalry, 48.M (MN 91/30), AKM type I
  • India - Baker Sword, Sappers & Miners Carbine, 1903, P1907, GR1, GRII, GRIII, GRMK ?, 1A Long Blade (SLR), INSAS
  • Indonesia - SP.1 (BM-59), Pindad PK-1, M7, Ak47
  • Iran - 98/22, FN FAL, G3
  • Iraq - UK No4, AKM, UK 1907
  • Ireland - 1874 Gras for GEW88, 1893, 1904 Irish Mannlicher,
  • Israel - Yugo 1924, Belgian 1949, German 84/98, 84/98 clone, UK No6, Uzi, Gallil
  • Italy - 1870, 1871, 1891 Carcano, Bersaglieri, TS, TA, 1891 Carcano, 1891TS, various Ersatz types, 1870 Vettereli, Beretta 38, 38 Fixed, Berretta, Latchlock, SMLE, M1, M4, BM59/AR70
  • Japan - Type 30 bayonet, Chassepot, Enfield, Arisaka, SMLE, T1, KIFFE M4
  • Jordan - UK 1907, No. 4
  • Korea - 1842
  • Korea (North) - AK47, M68, AKM
  • Korea (South) - T30 Arisaka, US M1, US M4, US M5, US M7
  • Lebanon - AKM
  • Lithuania - UK 1888, UK P13 or US P17, AKM
  • Luxembourg - FN49
  • Malaya - UK No. 5
  • Malta - various sockets
  • Mexico - 1899, 1912, 1936
  • Nepal - Brunswick, Snider-Enfield, Gahendra, Real and Fake Kukri, various remarked UK bayonets 1887, etc.
  • New Zealand - US 1905, UK 1907, No4, M9
  • Norway - 1860, 1867, 1894, 1914, 1913 (US), M44, 84/98, M/1956 SLK (1894 converted to U.S. M1 Carbine), M/1957 SLG (84/98 Converted to US M-1), M4, AG3
  • Pakistan - No9, G3, G3 bowie version, MP5
  • Panama - AKM (Cuban), T65
  • Papua New Guinea - UK 1907
  • Peru - 1909, VZ24
  • Persia (IRAN) - 98-22, G3
  • Philippines - M7,
  • Poland - WB 22, 24, 28, 29, 39, various ex German and French blades AKM, Trainer
  • Portugal -Guedes, 1904, 1934, m/937 (84/98), m/938, m/948, AR-10, G3
  • Rhodesia - FN FAL
  • Romania - 1888, 1893 NCO, 1895, VZ24, AKM, AK74
  • Saudi Arabia - KCB-77 M6
  • Senegal - French 1866 and 1886
  • Serbia - 1899
  • Siam - M1888, Type 45 (1903), Type 62 (1919)
  • Slovakia - VZ24
  • South Africa - Swindburn, 1907, 1913 No4, No9, S.A. Pattern No. 9, M1 (FAL Type A), FAL Type B, R1 (FAL Type C), S1 (Uzi), R4
  • Spain - 1871, 1893, 1893 short dress, 1871/93, 1913, 1936, 1941, 1943 (Spanish, German and Polish reworks), 1944, 1969, 3 CETME versions
  • Sudan - AR-10
  • Sweden - 1815, 1815-26 Navy, 1860, 1864, 1867, 1867–89, 1896, 1914, 1915, FN FAL trials, ak-4 m/1965
  • Switzerland - M1863, M1871, M1878, M1878 Musicians, M1887, M1889, M1892, M1889/99, M1906, M1889/11, M1914, M1918, Favor SMG, M1957, M7, SIG 530, M1990
  • Syria - MAS 1949
  • Taiwan - M1 Garand, Commercial M9 bayonet
  • Turkey - M1874 (Peabody), 1890, 1903, 1903 telegraphers, 1913, 1935's, 1907, FN FAL, German Ersatz, G3
  • United Kingdom -Baker, Vivian Carbine, Constabulary Carbine, Brunswick, 1855 Sappers&Miners - LANCASTER, 1856 Infantry, 1856/58 Infantry, 1858 Infantry, 1860 Infantry, Volunteer Infantry, Jacobs, 1863 Whitworth, 1870 Elcho, Martini Henry, 1871 Cutlass bayonet, 1876, 1887 MkI, 1887 MkIII, 1887 MkIV, 1888, 1895, 1903, 1907, 1913, Ross, Arisaka, Pritchard, Farquhar-Hill rifle, No 4, STEN, US M1917, No 5, No 7, No 8, No 9, X2E1, L1A1, L1A3, L1A4, L3A1 (SA80)
  • Uruguay - 1900, 1908, 1937
  • USA - Colonial Socket Bayonets (various), M1795, M1808, M1816, M1819 (Hall Rifle), M1835, M1855 Socket, M1855 Sword, Sharps 1863 Socket, Dahlgren, Winchester M1866 Socket, Remington No. 1 Socket, 1873, 1873 Cadet, Winchester M1873 Socket, 1888 Rod, 1891 Nagant, 1892 Krag, Remington No5, 1903 Rod, M1905, Ross Mk. I, Daisy #40, M1917, M1942, M1, Sedgley Knife Bayonet, M4, M5 Bayonet, M6 bayonet, Daisy Sport Trainer, M7, M7 MILPAR commercial, M9, OKC3S, M11 (EOD)
  • USSR - 1891 Nagant, 1891/30 Nagant, M1891/30 Panshin, Winchester 1895, SVT38, SVT40, 44 Carbine, SKS, AK47, AKM types I and II, AK74
  • Venezuela - M1900, M1924/49
  • Yugoslavia - M1924, M1924b, S84/98, M1948, M1956, M1959 folding, M59/2
  • Zimbabwe - AKM

Note the above list is not exhaustive either to country, models or variations. It started as a list of a private collection and has been added to by various collectors over time as personal collections have grown. It is also missing a lot of bayonets issued pre 1860ish that were of the socket type, as the two major collections noted in the references are primarily none socket collections. Without taking into account date and manufacturer variations for some of the bayonets (for example WWII German 84/98's have nearly 200 makers/date combinations for the serious collector to find) there are still several thousand Models of bayonets made from the earliest to the most recent.

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