2N Bayonet Collection

M7

1961-

The initial contrator was Bauer Ord Company. Colt (manufacturer of the M-16) and Ontario Knife Company made many of the M-7 bayonets for the military and continue to make and sell them commercially. Other manufacturers included Carl Eickhorn [for Colt], Columbus Milpar & Mfg. (MIL-PAR), Conetta Mfg., Frazier Mfg., General Cutlery (GEN CUT), and Imperial Knife. About 3 million M-7 bayonets were delivered.

TACTICAL SHEATH

Milspec Imperial M7 in Ex Commando Knife Ltd Tactical Sheath

KNUCKLEDUSTER HANDLE

M7 with aluminum knuckleduster handle. (Half) handle was made for civilian market in 70's.

M7/M10 TAN

General Cutlery (Gen Cut) bayonet in sand coloured M10 scabbard.

These bayonets were made up for the surplus market and do not have any US military connection. Packacking NSN numbers are bogus. They are for worm gears and shafts. The scabbard NSN is one digit off from a correct M-10 black scabbard. It should be 1095-00-223-7164. The assembly number and CAGE codes for the scabbard are correct but they translate to black M-10 scabbards not tan. The knives and bayonets were made by General Cutlery but too late for any action. The scabbards were made by Hauser Products who do actually make the real, black, M-10 scabbard.