The m/1914 bayonet is one of the more common bayonets in Sweden. It does exist some variations, or rather trial models based on this one (E.g. fm/1940 for the Lundin automatic rifle)
The m/1914 bayonet was issued for the carbine m/1894-
The bayonet seems to have been issued to the cavalry regiments at first.
Most bayonets found are stamped K4, K8. 'K' stands for Cavalry regiment:
K4 is 'Norrlands Dragonregemente' in Umeå from 1928
K8 is 'Norrlands Dragonregemente' in Umeå until 1928
It is obvous that they remained in operation when the approved model m/1914 was issued.
Some m/1914 bayonets has the fm/1913 scabbard and scabbard locking catch