I have a rifle that was my father's. The only information I had is that he picked it up while in the Pacific Theater during WWII. As a child, I remember it having a longer stock with the bayonet attached (I still have). At some point my uncle talked my dad into cutting the stock down for deer hunting. I've had the rifle packed away for many years. I'd like to restore it to the way it was when I was a kid with the bayonet attached. I'm not sure as to what type rifle it truly is and what type stock I should be looking for. I'd love to have information on the history of this rifle as well. My goal is to mount it on the wall with my dad's shadowbox medals. I measured the rifle and have the following measurements: Overall length from rifle tip to butt is 38" (96.5mm). The full barrel length from tip to knurled safety is 26" (66mm). Any help with information is greatly appreciated.