Bayonet (3.5e Equipment)
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|Fine||6 sp, 2 cp||1||1/8 lb||1|
|Diminutive||1 gp, 2 sp, 5 cp||1d2||1/4 lb||1|
|Tiny||2 gp, 5 sp||1d3||1/2 lb||1|
|Small||5 gp||1d4||1 lb||1|
|Medium||5 gp||1d6||2 lbs||2|
|Large||10 gp||1d8||4 lbs||4|
|Huge||20 gp||2d6||8 lbs||8|
|Gargantuan||40 gp||3d6||16 lbs||16|
|Colossal||80 gp||4d6||32 lbs||32|
A bayonet is a knife-like weapon that is designed to fit on the end of a firearm. Fixing a bayonet to a firearm is a standard action that provokes attacks of opportunity. Bayonets come in three main varieties: plug, socket, and knife.
Plug: A plug bayonet fits directly in the muzzle of the firearm. When a firearm has a plug bayonet inserted, it cannot be fired.
Socket: A socket bayonet fits on the muzzle without blocking it, allowing a firearm equipped with it to be fired. However, a socket bayonet is not designed to be used on its own, and thus is considered an improvised weapon when wielded on its own (when not fixed to a firearm)
Knife: A knife bayonet, like a socket bayonet, fits around the muzzle without blocking it. Unlike a socket bayonet, a knife bayonet can be wielded on its own without penalty. Knife Bayonets cost twice as much as normal bayonets.