Conetta USGI M7 Bayonet | M16 Bayonet | Vietnam Era

Conetta USGI M7 Bayonet | M16 Bayonet | Vietnam Era

You are considering a vintage Conetta USGI M7 Bayonet. It’s in excellent condition for its age and has light wear from usage, storage, and handling. The blade has not been sharpened, and the scabbard has no severe damage concerns (note: the blade’s tip has been chipped). The original finish is still intact, and the plastic grips are in good shape. It has an M8A1 Scabbard made by PWH. These were manufactured during the Vietnam War, used as fighting and utility knives, and attached to the front of M16s and M4s. This style of knife was derived from the M3 Fighting Knife created early on in the Second World War.


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