Chinese Clamp-On Spike Bayonet

Chinese Clamp-On Spike Bayonet

The crate the Chinese “clamp-On” bayonets were imported in
Clamp on spike with other Chinese Kalashnikov bayonets
Chinese Clamp-On Spike Bayonet

Chinese Clamp-On Spike Bayonet crate

The crate the Chinese “clamp-On” bayonets were imported in

Chinese Clamp-On Spike Bayonet in the shipping crate

This is what the “clamp On” bayonets looked like inside the crate, wrapped three to a bundle in cosmoline and paper. There are thirty bundles of three bayonets for a total of 90 bayonets in each crate

Chinese Clamp-On Spike Bayonet in cosmoline

Three Clamp On style Chinese spike bayonets covered in cosmoline and wrapped in a paper bundle

Chinese Clamp-On Spike Bayonet

Chinese Angle Grind Spike Bayonet

Chinese Pointed Spike Bayonet

Chinese Pointed Spike Bayonet
Chinese Pointed Spike Bayonet points

 The two on the left are Chinese Pointed Angle Grind Spike Bayonet with their sharp tip ground from both sides angled toward the front and bottom. The bottom right is a Chisel Tip Spike AK47 Bayonet that is ground from the top angled down in a “Chisel” shape 

Chinese Pointed Spike Bayonet

 The other side of the two Chinese Pointed Spike Bayonets
The bottom is a “Chisel Tip” AK47 Spike Bayonet

Chinese Pointed Spike Bayonet

The top two are examples of the Chinese Angle Grind Spike Bayonets.
The bottom is a Chisel Tip Spike AK47 Bayonet

Chinese Pointed Spike Bayonet

 These connect to a stud under the front sight on the rifle. The screw holds the outer locking sleeve onto the bayonet (compressing the spring)

Chinese Removable Spike Bayonet

Chinese Quick Release Spike Bayonet

These are designed to be removed without any tools from the rifle but they do come apart into spring, sleeve and spike

Chinese Quick Release Spike Bayonet
Chinese Quick Release Spike Bayonet

SKS – D Bayonet

SKS – D Bayonet
SKS – D Bayonet

Chinese Chisel Tip Spike Bayonet

1956 – Type 56 Spike Adopted in China

The one on the right is the “Chisel Tip”

The one on the right is the “Chisel Tip”
The edge on the Chisel Tip is cut at a downward angle from the top down, while the other two (on the left) are cut at angles from the sides

The bottom is the Chisel Tip
Chisel on the right

Chisel on the right

These connect to a stud under the front sight on the rifle. The screw holds the other locking sleeve onto the bayonet (compressing the spring)