Maybe use glue to keep it there?
Glue is an obvious option which I did not even write here mainly because it will be a permanent-ish solution which I do not want to use. it would be nice to be also able to remove the bayonet.WorstInFinLanD said:Maybe use glue to keep it there?
You mean a rubber / silicone version? How? Just from falling down?woogie said:A local guy at my field has one, and to be honest, it broke the first time it fell.
Yea it has... And? I do not see how it would not be a problem? Please elaborate mate! =)woogie said:I thought that M14's have a bayonet lug on them. So it really shouldn't be a problem.
Would be perfect and if it would fit I wouldn't have needed this topic either. =) I recall mentioning about that M9 knife in the very first post of this threat. I'm after M6 version for M14.Sons of Odin said:There is a bayonet for sale on Evike. A few people around here have them and I have personally been killed with one, which was quite embarrassing. They're pretty crappy quality but they do have a locking mechanism, I'm just not sure if they'll mount on an M14 or not as I've only seen them mounted on M4's. Oh and the picture on Evike makes it look much higher quality that it is.
Here's the link:http://www.evike.com/product_info.php?manufacturers_id=&products_id=25531
Could try... But what substance could keep that new blade on steel? And after all that 1/2 inch would still count as a blade. Even in all the shortest shortness of it.wyvernfist said:Take a real bayonet, cut off all but 1/2 inch of the blade, then fit a piece of molded foam/plastic/rubber over that as a replacement blade?
Sand off the edge of this 1/2 inch nub and call it an "external tang" :Wandall said:And after all that 1/2 inch would still count as a blade. Even in all the shortest shortness of it.