You are considering a vintage 1970s Vietnam USGI M16 Bayonet. The blade has not been sharpened, and the M8A1 sheath made by PWH has no severe damage concerns (note: there is some white paint on the sheath). The blade’s original finish is still intact, and the black plastic grips are in good shape (note: a white painted three is on the left-hand side of the grips). These were manufactured during the Vietnam War and were based on the M3 Fighting Knife.
Only 1 left in stock
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We do not normally accept returns. However, if you are dissatisfied with your product, please email or call us, and we’ll try and work something out. Generally, we charge a 20% restocking fee unless the fault was entirely our own.
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