U.S. Military Surplus M7 Bayonet with Scabbard, Used - $26.99 (Free S/H over $49 w/code "SH1919")

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Made by General Cutlery, it's designed to tip AR-15 and M16 rifles. Effective survivalist tool, too.

Anti-rust, black finish steel blade is 61/2" long
3" sharp top edge
Full tang for Herculean strength
Hard plastic handle has sure-grip checkering
Weighs 16 ozs.
Includes 13" long U.S. Mil. Scabbard
51/2" webbed carry strap and snap closure
Hooks for pistol belt
Condition: used, in very good shape. Note: Scabbard may be M8, M10 or other U.S. Mil. issue (Sorry, no choice). Order today!
KEY SPECIFICATIONS
Item Number: 132804
Anti-rust, black finish steel blade is 6 1/2" long
3" sharp top edge
Weighs 16 ozs.
Includes 13" long U.S. Mil. Scabbard
5 1/2" webbed carry strap and snap closure

SKU#: E645G-132804

Category: Knives
UPC: 885344378820
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Coupon Code: SH1919
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Expiration date: 2018-02-18 23:59:59

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Mine came today. Used but not

Mine came today. Used but not abused. Kind of nice, the real deal worth $30.

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Alex the funny thing is that

Alex the funny thing is that Chinese steel is now quite consistently of high quality. They obtained quite a lot of the steel used for a decade or more from the remains of the collapsed buildings in the World Trade Center at very low cost and melted it down. It has been coming back to us as toasters, car parts and as you mentioned, inexpensive knives at the mall. My Chinese made AK47 cost $149 when I was a college freshman. Now that I'm retired it has a listed value far above what I paid, mostly based on the steel.

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As usual the comments are

As usual the comments are entertaining. The bayonet is used more frequently as a screwdriver, or digging tool, even a mine detecting device, faaar more frequently than as a death dealing device attached to the end of some Marine or soldier's rifle. Heck, if these were actually, "slightly used" any real Soldier or Marine would probably be willing to pay even more for one.

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I'm take my chances with my

I'm take my chances with my cheap Chinese knife from the mall at least when I stab someone i habe the chance it will break while inside them then I can run away or shoot them

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This Kills Deal Note:

This Kills Deal

Note: Scabbard may be M8, M10 or other U.S. Mil. issue (Sorry, no choice)

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Scumbags at SportsmansGuide

Scumbags at SportsmansGuide raised the price to $50.

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How about Reconditioned, or

How about Reconditioned, or Pre owned, I don't feel clean when someone is selling a "used" knife, at least tell me how "used" it is. Does it still have blood and pubic hair on it? Or Surplus, anything but Used, it's not a car.

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Good point. These could be

Good point.
These could be like new. Or they could have been extensively used for the past 50+ years, after first being used to open up some VietCong bungholes.

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It would actually have more

It would actually have more value to some folks were it used in combat to give someone a new bunghole. Having been in the Marine Corps myself I can say it is extremely unlikely however.

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You do realize that this is

You do realize that this is military surplus right? If you want a "clean" knife, maybe buy a commercially available one that hasnt been used to spill someones entrails.

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I realize it's military

I realize it's military surplus. Do you realize any decent mil surplus dealer grades their equipment and will tell you the condition? Even Ebay stores will tell you the condition. Only a fool would buy otherwise, for the reasons stated above.

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I carry one of these in my

I carry one of these in my truck when it runs and can, tell you that i t is ok. It cut me pretty bad on the ankle when i was getting in my truck to get my raccoon out cause it was eatin my seat cover, and it got me pretty good. i bet most of them at least can be sharp enough to cut a rope or a person.

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