I have a rifle my father brought back from Burma/China after WWII. It was previously misidentified as a Steyr Mannlicher Model 1895. I’m now convinced it is a Steyr 1901(Dutch Mannlicher?); it is fitted with a Japanese Aisan Kogyo Arsenal Model 30 bayonet. I assume the Japanese captured the rifle and modified the bayonet to fit. The rifle is 51” overall with a barrel length around 31”. Stamped into the rifle is “Steyr 1901” and on another spot what I assume is the serial number “3530A”. It has a rotating bolt as opposed to the Model 1895 straight bolt. Again, my confusion was over the bolt configuration and conflicting online identification; I kept getting directed to the Model 1895 or M95. Can anyone verify that I have a Steyr 1901? Does the serial number, 3530A, say anything about the rifle? Any information would be helpful, I’m writing a journal of my father’s wartime experience.