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Date Listed 30-Nov-16
Price
$160.00
Address Morinville, AB T8R1H4
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For Sale By Owner

New,unused USMC ok3cs bayonette,

Designed to Marine Corps specifications for attachment to the M16 this bayonet features a black coated clip-point blade of a proprietary carbon steel formula, with a small 1-3/4" serrated section at the base of the blade and a sharpened upper swedge. The grooved handle is very grippy and resilient, for use with or without gloves. The hard MOLLE compatible sheath with strap down loops has drain holes for amphibious use, an embedded ceramic-coated aluminum sharpener on the back, and a sturdy ballistic nylon harness for attachment to load bearing equipment in multiple ways.

Handle is marked with USMC on one side (and on blade base) and 'globe and anchor' logo on reverse. Brown color is designed to match both woodland and desert camouflage schemes as well as to reduce IR signature.

Specifications0.200" thick proprietary carbon steel
13.25" overall length
8" blade length
Hardness RC 53-58
1.75 mission serration
Zinc phosphate nonreflective finish
Dynaflex handle ergonomically grooved to reduce hand fatigue
Manufactured with a low noise signature polyester elastomer
Fitted internal stainless steel spring friction to secure bayonet
Ceramic coated aluminum honing rod located on back of scabbard
Equipped with two load bearing attaching straps with cross straps
Weight: 13.8 oz.

The bayonette is new and unused it just has some scratches on the blade from being taken out of the sheath a few times.
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