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beachmaster

Marine Corps Bayonets $85-100 + s&h

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Hey guys, this might be a little off topic, or out of the norm, but I figure someone here is dying to throw a bayonet onto their ar :-)

The bayonets are Ontario OKC3S marine Corps bayonets. I bought a ton of them because I think that they are the coolest bayonets money can buy.

PayPal only please

Specs

Steel- 1095 high carbon, parkerized finish

Handle- some cool elastomer :-) they are rubbery

Blade- partially serrated, with a sharpened swedge. VERY pokey

New condition- $100

with cardboard for the blade but no box for

Used very good for $95.

Some of these have marine's markings on them in sharpie, and on also has a marines designator etched into the blade. Blade are sharp, in excellent condition! I can clean the sharpy off the sheath if desired, but i figured someone might like it

Used great- $85

I have one knife that has had a somewhat harder life. It had light surface rust and a duller blade, so I have cleaned it up and sharpened it. It will perform as good as any!

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PIC FILES WERE BROKEN

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those are really nice bayos. I just went with my ZT because I got a good deal. otherwise id be all over these. would grab one anyway if I didn't have so many other things on "the list"

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Are these right for colt 6920 16"?

Well, ill look it up, but as long as a milspec bayonet fits it and it has a bayonet lug, then yes.

All I have to show the bayonet installed on is a 590, but ill get a picture up anyways :-)

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bayonets are designed for 14.5 with an A2 hider. a 16" barrel will have the ring sitting slightly behind the flash hider. still works, but will have some up and down play. they also make little adaptors to push the bayo forward so it fits a 16" gun properly.

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bayonets are designed for 14.5 with an A2 hider. a 16" barrel will have the ring sitting slightly behind the flash hider. still works, but will have some up and down play. they also make little adaptors to push the bayo forward so it fits a 16" gun properly.

You got a link or a name for such a device? Thanks

Beach those are some badass stickers!!

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For strength sake, I actually like the design of the first link you posted... I actually think that is kind of a good idea. A bayonet is made for melee combat, so it needs to be tough. I don't think I would trust that second design...

Of course we could talk about the possibility of you using a bayonet, I realize that, but if you are going to be set up for it, it might as well work for its intended purpose.

 

Thanks for posting those links Blue!

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I have a similar issue. while I have a.14.5 barrel, I'm using an Adams arms "manimal" flash hider. looks like a skinny A2 with a .75 od so I can still swap barrel nuts/gas blocks on my pinned barrel. my bayo fits, but wiggles because the ring is too large for the FH. I ended up making a sort of split ring collar. it slides over the FH and then you squeeze it while you slide the bayonet on. sounds complicated but its not. was really just a quick solution I came up with when I first bought the ZT.

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