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Thread: Pistol Bayonet?

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    Default Pistol Bayonet?

    Is it legal(obviously not in Phily) to carry a gun with an attached bayonet, like the one KA-BAR makes? Is it practical, maybe not. I'd rather have a light attached to it, but would a knife on the gun be illegal?


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    Default Re: Pistol Bayonet?

    IANAL but my best guess is if its a legal knife...why not?

    Logic, unfortunately, is not always law.

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    I wonder how you'd holster it! Lol

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    Default Re: Pistol Bayonet?

    Custom holster.

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    Default Re: Pistol Bayonet?

    Bad idea in my opinion...to me they are a novelty at best. You don't see any high end training facilities doing this and there's good reason.

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    Default Re: Pistol Bayonet?

    An off-gun knife would be better IMHO.

    Get one of those lights that use a laser pattern to blind an opponent. I think that would be better. Next would be a bright light or laser aiming device.

    Bayonets work well with long arms because they are like a spear at that point and you can grip better for striking/slashing or running through (and parrying).

    If they weren't illegal, trench knives would be awesome. The WWI knives were pretty deadly: WWI Trench Knife Pic

    They are double edged blades threaded through brass knuckles with a spike at the other end.

    I only bring it up as a novelty. There are more modern versions as well.
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    Default Re: Pistol Bayonet?

    Attach a tri-rail and put three bayonets on it.

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    Default Re: Pistol Bayonet?

    I have one it was bought as a gag gift for my wife, she thought it was cute the she told me she wanted a real knife.



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    Default Re: Pistol Bayonet?

    Nice, but NOT for appendix carry....

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    Default Re: Pistol Bayonet?

    Quote Originally Posted by wsmallri View Post
    Nice, but NOT for appendix carry....
    Oh come on where is your sense of adventure.

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