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Old 11-23-2010, 04:19 PM   #1
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Does anyone know a bayonet manufacturer for handguns? No, I'm not looking for some ghetto duct tape setup. I'm looking for something specifically designed to be mounted under the barrel of a pistol. The HK45 has a standard Picatinny MIL-STD-1913 accessory rail, and I would love to mount a small knife or other last resort combat blade on it. Does anyone have any helpful information? This would be a bedside table setup, by the way. Thanks!

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Old 11-23-2010, 04:41 PM   #2
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You should check with Shihan... Boyonets on handguns are his gig.

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Why not just invest the money in a good solid knife? It'll be more useful, of better quality, and won't make you look like a mall ninja.
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You can't be serious - I hope...

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Forget Handgun Bayonets. You need one of these.




But if you do need one, LaserLyte makes a good handgun bayonet (Ka-Bar)

LaserLyte : Flashlyte LL-1 : Pistol Bayonet PB-1 : Laser Training System LT-1

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Does anyone know a bayonet manufacturer for handguns? No, I'm not looking for some ghetto duct tape setup. I'm looking for something specifically designed to be mounted under the barrel of a pistol. The HK45 has a standard Picatinny MIL-STD-1913 accessory rail, and I would love to mount a small knife or other last resort combat blade on it. Does anyone have any helpful information? This would be a bedside table setup, by the way. Thanks!

Here...knock yourself out, and don't put out an eye!

https://www.kabar.com/product/produc...uctNumber=9900
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You know, I went to the local gun shop to pick up an extra mag for my 1911 today, and there was a guy there who wanted a little knife for his Glock. The owner was trying very hard not to laugh as he made the sale. "Now you can cut your steak and defend it too"

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Forget the bayonet, that is sooooo ninja! What you need is a tomahawk!

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Why not buy a tomahawk throwing gun

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I have to ask, why would you want that on a pistol?

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