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Old 03-21-2011, 02:26 PM   #11
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bayonette! Hell, your in Arizona.

Someone breaks into your house and becomes an aggressive threat. You could poke him in the eye with a damn butter knife and you would be alright.

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The only time I used a bayonet was at the range when I couldn't hit the paper target with my Mauser at 100 yards. I did hit the 10 x circle with the bayonet. The action is great but the Mauser sights are horrible. Maybe thats why they lost the war. Would love to put a scope on it.

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I've seen a few photos of that Glock with a bayonet on the rail. I just assumed that it was a tacticool throwdown. I didn't occur to me that weapon retention is an actual reason for one of those...

No matter the weapon they wield (even no weapon at all), if they have entered my home, I have every right under natural law (and many states' Castle Doctrine) to enter their torso with bullets from my gun without warning, without retreat, and without announcing that they are not allowed to be there.

I see you...BANG BANG BANG.

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I wouldn't want to have to depend on a bayonet in a HD situation, but I do have to say that if I was on the recieving end and not the giving end of this, I wouldn't want to test the owners abilities with it knowing to lose is possibly going to cost me my life.....

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If i run out of ammo in the Mossy, the XD45, the CZ75b, the revolver, and the SKS, well the bayonet on the SKS might be my "go to" as i don't keep an axe in the bedroom.

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I have a M7 on the floor, near the headboard on my side of the bed.

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I wouldn't want to have to depend on a bayonet in a HD situation, but I do have to say that if I was on the recieving end and not the giving end of this, I wouldn't want to test the owners abilities with it knowing to lose is possibly going to cost me my life.....

oooohhhh!!! i want one!!!!!

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bayonette! Hell, your in Arizona.

Someone breaks into your house and becomes an aggressive threat. You could poke him in the eye with a damn butter knife and you would be alright.
Thats the kind of answer i was looking for!!!
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I would only use the bayonet for stabs to both kidneys once the assailant is down. No need to risk a knife fight when you have a perfectly functioning firearm. This insures a clean kill and will provide for some additional enjoyment, especially if the perp has not lost consciousness.

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I would only use the bayonet for stabs to both kidneys once the assailant is down. No need to risk a knife fight when you have a perfectly functioning firearm. This insures a clean kill and will provide for some additional enjoyment, especially if the perp has not lost consciousness.
I would hate to have to defend that statement in court!
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That's easy....I don't own a bayonet.

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