Pistol Bayonets - does any one use them

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    Pistol Bayonets - does any one use them

    Why does this look like an accident waiting to happen?
    is there a practical purpose?





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    Pistol Bayonets - does any one use them ?
    I do, but only to shave with while on the range...

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    I use em to open the mail with. Works great.

    I have also picked my teeth with one. Of course I made sure the pistol was unloaded first, just to be safe.
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    Just like any other bayonet training if you are that close someone always has one round left.

    But.....

    I can't wait to see the first holster for it.
    "A first rate man with a third rate gun is far better than the other way around". The gun is a tool, you are the craftsman that makes it work. There are those who say "if I had to do it, I could" yet they never go out and train to do it. Don't let stupid be your mindset. Harryball 2013

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    I also throw knives and tomohawks.

    I have to admit that it took awhile to figure out the balance and range. Once I did, I got to be pretty good with it hitting the X ring quite often.









    It was hard on the Sig though. I broke the front sight twice and went through 3 pairs of grips.
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    I used to have one mounted on my carry pistol but, I got rid of it after I reholstered and severed the main artery in my leg.
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    I use it to identify Mall Ninjas......
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    I have one but it won't fit in my holster so I have it clipped to my neck chain that I use for my CCW badge.
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    I bet Gecko45 has a couple.
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    Talk about pain! I used one once to clean out my ear... now that's pain (paraphrase of old SNL skit)!

    No use for one... but I like the one that fits on the little .22 derringer/revolver, and the laser for that too! They're just CUTE.
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    I am sure I saw it on the Ninja Glock pistol.

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    I'm still waiting for the Glock mounted grenade launcher.

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    Works great to stick in a BG (holding your pistol in place and ready to shoot if he makes a wrong move) while you turn it loose to scratch your butt and light a cigarette.

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    There's nothing new under the sun.

    It's all been done before.

    Just the thing for the trenches of the Somme in World War I, a Webley Mark VI .455 equipped with a Pritchard bayonet with speedy reloads on tap from a handy Prideaux speed loader. A Webley with a speed loader would still be a formidable side arm for most purposes. The Pritchard bayonet ... not so hot.

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