Pistol bayonet revived

Pistol bayonets date back to at least the 17th century and as recently as WW1. Useful or silly, they make great gag gift and definitely turn heads at the range.


And, of course, the zombie edition.


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8 Responses to Pistol bayonet revived

  1. Erin Palette says:

    I have a hankering to put a bayonet on my Sub-2000 (because melee weapon), but I need to find one that is both rail-mounted and long enough to extend past the barrel. Any suggestions?

  2. Ray says:

    Uh….Why????? Unless its just for “coolness” I can’t see this as something I’d want. But then ,I don’t own a pistol with a rail, OR an AR-15 ,so maybe I’m just weird.

    • LarryArnold says:

      “A girl shouldn’t have a gun because the bad guy will just snatch it away and use it against her.”
      Snatch away, buddy. 😉

      And it will give Diane Feinstein a screaming hissyfit. :-0

      • Ray says:

        Well, I own Garand’s, ’03s, and assorted other things that go “bang”, I just HATE AR-15’s .— But OTHER than makin’ Di-Di Pee -Pee her panties ; Is there any REAL use for a bayonet on a pistol?

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  4. Lucusloc says:

    Their marketing team is missing a critical feature, this is also an aiming device! Stick the pointy bit into the target and pull the trigger, it is virtually impossible to miss!

    these things are hilarious, even if they are totally useless. (I cannot see the polymer in either the rail or the mount holding up all that well under the stress caused by a bayonet.)

  5. Matt says:

    If your home defense rifle is a 5 round Mosin-Nagant, a bayonet could be practical during reloads.

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