|Group: Melee Weapon|
|Size||1,600.0 mm length|
- This melee weapon most typically inflicts cutting and stabbing traumas.
- This melee weapon may be employed as a thrown weapon.
When not attached to a rifle, a bayonet is treated as a dagger (or blade), carried in a belt scabbard, and requires dagger (or blade) training for use to advantage. When attached to the muzzle of a rifle (only, not carbine or auto rifle), it transforms the gun into a polearm, and increases the length of the arm by 200.0 mm. 
Length: 1,600mm. Weight: 250.0 grams. Base Price: Cr10.
History & Background (Dossier)
A bayonet is really not much more than a short blade attached to a pole-like firearm. The dagger essentially transforms the firearm into a functional spear. Earlier models typically interfere with the functioning of the firearm, but are later solved allowing for the efficient functioning of the weapon as both a firearm and a melee weapon.