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    http://www.laserlyte.com/Pistol_Bayonet/PB-1/PB-1.html



    Yep, that's a bayonet on that pistol, and a Ka-Bar blade, no less. At $39.95 retail, it's not ridiculously expensive, either.

    My first thought was "omg, they're joking", followed by "what idiot would buy that?!". But then I got to thinking that, I mean honestly, why not? lol. So what do you guys think?

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    Thats cool I guess, but its nothing compared to a chainsaw bayonet.
    [flash=425,344]http://www.youtube.com/v/3ljd_hUxCfI&hl=en&fs=1[/flash]

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    It seems to me that a blade on your handgun could be useful occasionally (hell, they've been putting them on rifles since rifles existed), but I think it'd get in the way much more often.

    longwatch wrote:
    Thats cool I guess, but its nothing compared to a chainsaw bayonet.
    [flash=425,344]http://www.youtube.com/v/3ljd_hUxCfI&hl=en&fs=1[/flash]
    Someone's been playing to much Gears of War, I see.

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    FogRider wrote:
    It seems to me that a blade on your handgun could be useful occasionally (hell, they've been putting them on rifles since rifles existed), but I think it'd get in the way much more often.
    Well it could be carried as a knife, separate from the handgun, and only attached to the firearm when practical. I mean, in a situation where the BG is within arms reach, he'll be much less likely to try to grab the muzzle of your gun with that on it . It would also give you a more practical and lethal melee option compared to the good ol' pistol whip. That, and a malfunction could be immediately followed by a forward jab.

    I don't think I'd ever carry it around, but I may just pick one up for the sake of having one lol.

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    There is another version of this idea.


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    Laff - great stocking stuffer but I can't imagine ever using it.
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    This should make CC a bit tricky I would think. Careful on the draw.

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    If it were cheaper I'd get it for the lols. 40 is a bit much though.

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    So cool! I can't imagine ever using this either, but as the saying goes "I'd rather have it and not need it than need it and not have it." Thing is, I probably could have gone my whole life not seeing this thing and not felt cheated. Now, I really hope the hint-dropping works on my family for Christmas. This is one of those things that you just go WHY DIDN'T I THINK OF THAT?!

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    I wonder if they make them for XDs and 1911s.
    Why open carry? Because 1911 > 911.

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    AbNo wrote:
    I wonder if they make them for XDs and 1911s.
    A 'tactical rail' is a 'tactical rail' and therefore most accessories are not gun specific.


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    The first thing I thought when I saw this is "How do they make a holster to fit that?"

    Its kind of like rally wheels on a sports car.

    I think I'd rather have the Ka-Bar in hand, though.

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    A wee bit outre' for me.:shock:

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    Cool! Another step backwards!

    http://www.cwslagleantiques.com/view...69&id=3165

    The only real difference is that you could'nt remove the blade from the Elgin pistol.

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    I don't have a bayonet for my CZ40P but I have for a joke shown friends that I can mount a bipod there!

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    I see the OP is from Havelock, I used to live in Hubert. I really miss that part of the country.

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    ISMOID wrote:
    I don't have a bayonet for my CZ40P but I have for a joke shown friends that I can mount a bipod there!

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    I see the OP is from Havelock, I used to live in Hubert. I really miss that part of the country.
    I'll be heading past Hubert tonight on the way to good ol' J-ville. I'm from Minnesota originally, but the military brought me out this way and I haven't felt a need to leave. It's a nice place to live.

    So who's gonna be the guinea pig that orders one of these and tells us whats up?

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    Interesting piece of mall ninja gear. I like the chainsaw bayonette, too.

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    Drive-by chainsaw-bayonetting is one of the scourges of modern American society. This is why we need to ban chainsaw-bayonet lugs on assault weapons.





























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    Found this one posted on arfcom.

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    aaaaand spurrit is back folks!And he's as vulgar and pointless as ever! :?

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    post another one. I dare ya.

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    ^lol, I'll admit it, I laughed.

    At any rate, a pistol bayonet would be cool, but only if it was a D/A OTF automatic.

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