M7 Bayonet For M16 Rifle

(2 customer reviews)

$44.99

  • M7 Bayonet
  • USGI, Military Surplus
  • For M16 Style Rifles
  • Great For Collectors or Finishing Off M16 Style Rifle Builds!
  • Does NOT Include Scabbard!
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Description

These are the M7 bayonets that were used with the M16 rifle. The bayonet fits compatible rifles with the locking system on the rear of the handle and the lug on the handguard that fits over the barrel. These are a great addition to any collector looking to complete a authentic M16 style rifle!

These bayonets DO NOT include the scabbard! 

Additional information

Weight 12 oz
Condition

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2 reviews for M7 Bayonet For M16 Rifle

  1. K.V.

    (10-DEC-2020)
    Mine was from GEN CUT.
    Pretty sharp, for a bayonet.
    Fitment, on M590A1, was better than the M7 I purchased from ONTARIO

    Package markings below.
    1005-00-073-9238
    FSCM: 19204 P/N: 110100777
    BAYONET KNIFE, M7
    1 EACH
    DAAA09-88-C-0366
    A

  2. Max (verified owner)

    Thanks Chris for reiterating the obvious information that there is “NO SCABBARD.” However, the question was regarding the markings on the blade. I would like to know who manufactured the BAYONET, such as Imperial, BOC, Conetta, Colt, etc. Since over 4 million were manufactured by many US companies over several decades after Colt introduced the prototype in 1960-61 and the US military adoption in 1964, the maker information is helpful when considering value. Their markings are placed in various areas of the FORGED STEEL BLADE, crosspiece, and muzzle ring, in the forms of CAGE Codes and initials usually. The National Stock Number (NSN) signifies the item accepted by the govt. in January 1961 as a bayonet, but does not differentiate manufacturer. I purchased one to answer my own question, then some more. These are “Imperial” marked US M7 bayo’s, stamped on the inner side of the muzzle ring, concealed under the scales, and come in factory wrap dated 1984. Bought some more, which were Gen-Cut. Some makers are more valuable than others. Scabbards are easily located. For the uninitiated, the M7 is 1095 high carbon, and this military surplus has excellent build design and fantastic quality compared to today’s competition. Everybody should own at least one.

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Customer Product Questions and Answers

  1. 0 votes
    Q The photos are only of the right side of the blade. Can you tell me what markings are on the othe...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Jim on November 20, 2020 3:07 pm
    A it says there is NO SCABBARD.
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    Q Do these come with scabbards?... Read more answer now
    Asked by Eric on February 7, 2020 2:07 pm
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    No, these do not come with the scabbard.

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