thrusting and cutting weapons 
Weapons with steel blades of various lengths designed to pierce or cut.
Knife initially designed for commandos; it was subsequently distributed to soldiers who did not have bayonets.
Weapon with a complete handle that could be attached to a gun barrel by means of a metal ring.
Weapon with a bayonet ring on the gun barrel; when in place, the gun could still be fired and loaded.
Weapon permanently attached to a gun; it folded back or slid along the barrel.
Weapon with a tapered handle inserted into the barrel of a gun; when in place, the gun could not be fired or loaded.
Large single-edged knife of tropical countries sometimes used as a weapon but mainly used as a tool for clearing paths and cutting crops such as sugarcane.