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Guns and knives, at the same time

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by GregGry, Nov 2, 2006.

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  1. GregGry

    GregGry Member

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    I have heard of bayonets on rifles, but I must say, this is new to me. I found this on the foreign cz site. I haven't decided if its really pratical at all. You guys have any opinions? :D. I can only imagine trying to ccw it :neener:

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    Don't know if it's practical, but I want one!
     
  3. Hoppy590

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    that hook on the end of the blade ruins it for me. a bayonet is like.... well. it should be long, hard and straight.
     
  4. American By Blood

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    Finally, a pistol I can fix a sammitch with.
     
  5. TheArchDuke

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    They should make that thing retractable so you can holster it. A little swith on the side would spring it open like a stiletto knife. Awesome.


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  6. nomadboi

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    Apparently it's good for killing vampires... worked for Ron Perlman in Blade II, anyway:

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  7. hso

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    It's real all right, but for the life of me I can't imagine why they did it.
     
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    It begs for bling. . .

    Armchair commandos will likely try and carry that IWB - and I promise to post any ER pics of the resultant, um, complications as may become available!

    It better be double-edged, don't such things need to be double-edged?

    hso, that must have been right up there with someone proclaiming their "discovery" to be yet another leaping Quantum (with antlers, of course - no one takes a leaping Quantum in velvet seriously at all).

    :scrutiny:
     
  9. Bridger

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    DO NOT MEXICAN CARRY!
     
  10. Bazooka Joe71

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    CHA CHING!!! I just bought the SP01, and now I have a practical use for the rail!

    With a little elbow grease, I can become a mall ninja yet!!!:D

    But Bridger is right, it could be a CRUCIAL mistake mexi-carrying :eek:
     
  11. lwrnc1963

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    Wasn't there a bayonet made for the Webley Mk VI during WW I ?
     
  12. nomadboi

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    Nah, that was actually a corkscrew. You know, when you're in the French trenches, that's important...

    Forget Mexican carry... what about SmartCarry?
    :neener:
     
  13. Bazooka Joe71

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    Smart Carry doesn't sound too smart with that thing on the end, huh?
     
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    That was actually made just to showcase the new rail feature on the pistol when it came out, but sure enough, everyone wanted one...
     
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    With this, you can pistol-whip without marring the finish on your gun.

    Somebody's sure to try CC in the small of back with this thing.
     
  16. LoveMyCountry

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    Is that a bayonet in your pocket or are just happy to see me? :neener:

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  17. Deer Hunter

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    Screw practicality, we're talking TACTICALITY now!

    I'd put one on my CZ if it had a rail.
     
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    I'd get it just to have one. :neener: Don't really care if it is useful or not.
     
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    I USALLY HOLD MY KNIFE IN MY TEETH WHE I HAVE MY PISTOL DRAWN.
     
  20. Cosmoline

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    Old Skool style

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  21. Shrike360

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    Aside from the bayonet, you'd probably want suspenders of a sort to hold up the gun. Boy, that may end up being pretty embarassing if you didn't.:eek:
     
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    And here I always thought that Combloc weapons had integral folding bayonets
     
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    Speechless :what: But funny!!!! :D
     
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