Vietnam Era M7 Bayonet with M8A1 Scabbard
Item #: WR942
This is an M7 Bayonet made for the M-16 rifle with an M8A1 scabbard. The M7 is maker marked, with the cross guard being stamped US M7 on one side on the front and B O C on the other side of the front. The bayonet has an overall length of 11 11/16, with a blade length of 6 5/8". This bayonet was designed to be used with the M16/M4 platform, but can also be used as a fighting knife or utility knife. The spear point style blade, cross guard and pommel are all parkerized. The two piece grips are made of black plastic and are flawless. The M8A1 scabbard is in very good condition. The web hanger is missing the M1910 style hook that enabled it to be carried from a pistol belt or other web gear equipped with eyelets. The 5 3/8" drop with the 1910 style hanger and the V.P. CO. makers mark puts the scabbard production between 1953 and 1960. The scabbard tip does not have the metal guard to prevent the bayonet from coming through. The metal throat is stamped M8A1/V.P. CO. This is a Vietnam era combination, in very good condition, and will compliment any bayonet collection.
Your Price $85.00 USD
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