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Fix Bayonets?

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Mark Tyson, Jan 15, 2003.

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  1. Mark Tyson

    Mark Tyson Member

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    Are there any shotguns with bayonet mounts out there?
     
  2. Ewok_Guy

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    Try the Mossberg 590.
    It accepts the old M16 bayonet.
     
  3. hksw

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    With the 590's magazine nut in place, you can mark off the area the M9 bayonet would come into contact with it and grind down that small portion of the nut to allow the knife to be mounted on the shotgun. Unfortunately, it will only work with the modified nut so if you put a replacement nut on, you'll have to break out the Dremel again.

    IIRC, there was a short piece in Americam Rifleman on a new WW I replica 'Trench-gun'-type shotgun comming out in the future. Pictured, it had the heatshield/bayonet lug attachment on the barrel.
     
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    my 590 didn't require any modification.
     
  5. 2nd Amendment

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    I've had several 590's and all accepted the bayo without any modifications. If anything the nut was slightly undersize and the bayo rattled a bit.

    The new trench gun is a knock-off of the Winchester 1897 Trench Gun of WWI, produced by Norinco. If memory serves it's already available.

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  6. hksw

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    Yeah, that's the one.

    I've got an old Phrobis/Buck M9 bayonet (first generation) that will not fit the barrel retaining nut of my three 590s without grinding down the nut a little. The round handle just behind the guard/hilt interferes with the nut. I know the M7 will fit without mods. Are you guys using M7s or another manufacturer M9 like Ontario or LenCay or a later generation?
     
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    Norinco Model 1897 Trench gun

    I believe the original Winchester took the US Enfield 1917 bayonet. I wonder if the Norinco is an exact copy in that regard? If so I'll have to buy one to go with my bayonet!
     
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    Yes it is. Totally Awesome Guns in Utah was selling them complete with 17" Enfield Bayonets.
     
  9. Gewehr98

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    If you can find one...

    The Vietnam-era USMC Remington 870 Mark 1 variant came with a bayonet lug.

    (Looks like the one below, but with wood furniture instead of synthetic, and a bead front sight)

    870trenchsmall.gif
     
  10. Ewok_Guy

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    Thats a good looking bayonet, Gewehr98.
    I got my M7 working with a little oil and a hammer.:cool:
     

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    I don't have a picture of it, but a friend of mine in Denver (mainly a Garand collector) has a WWII Ithaca 37 with a 1917 bayonet. Yow! The bayonet's almost as long as the barrel...

    I've been thinking aobut ways to mount a bayonet on my SxS coach gun... :cool:
     
  12. Gewehr98

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    Ewok_Guy, why the hammer and oil?

    That's a Mossberg 590 in the pic, right?

    Shouldn't that M7 bayonet fit the 590 without any extra persuasion?
     
  13. Ewok_Guy

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    One would think so, yes.
    Suppose the fit on mine was a little on the stiff side. :rolleyes:
     
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    I just measured my 1917 Enfield bayonet. It is a Remington made in 1918. The blade alone is 16 3/4 inches long! I guess back then they didn't want to get too close-up and personal! Sounds like a good ideal to me.
     
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