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Discussion in 'Non Hi-Point Classifieds' started by Dane, Dec 18, 2015.
This a real bayonet ?
They say it is a Browning, but I see no name anywhere on it.
I saw one years ago, but can't remember what the locking mech at the end of the sheath was for. Hmmmm?
IMS, the blade has a lug machined into it. You slot the blade into the lock at the end of the sheath and use it as a wire-cutter.
Peace favor your sword,
Is it something homemade? What's it worth?
Wait...what? Is this a joke?
It's an AK bayonet, I really doubt it's a Browning made unit.
There's a HOLE in the blade that the upper lug on the sheath goes into, like how kitchen shears lock up, and the lug at the tip of the sheath is the anvil that the blade shears against as it cuts wire.
I mean....did no one know that?
I knew but just now got to see the post
The one i have i gave $20 for it a couple of years ago, so really not a bad price and i dont even own a AK
ak bayo's going for 10-20 at gun shows
Sure is. Mine was free because the catch is broken.
No joke! I knew none of this. Was hoping it might be for an AR. Looks homemade though. I have no idea where they got Browning from. Except from the color of the handle. no markings except for ZT 2131 on the sheath.
That's what they call Bakelite. The material, not the color.
most ar's used the m9 bayo they will also fit the mossy 590 shotgun
Or the M7, for the 20th century look.
Would this fit a DRACO? :rofl:
It would look [email protected]$$ but be front heavy
I have actually never heard of, read about or seen this.
This is pretty cool. Glad the OP started this thread.
You've never heard of a bayonet?
Of course I've heard of bayos.
I've never heard anything about that particular one. Not one for the AK.
Pretty cool how it works as a wire cutter.
There is one for the m4 too ;-)