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PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2007 13:01 pm 
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Hi all,

Does anyone knw where to source a rubber bayonet (m4?) and scabbard (M8?) to fit an M1 garand?

Thanks

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2007 21:55 pm 
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well an M4 bayonet wouldn't fit an M1 Garand to start, but not sure if i've even seen many about?

Can I be so bold as enquire on the requirement :D

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mark_palmer17 wrote:
well an M4 bayonet wouldn't fit an M1 Garand to start, but not sure if i've even seen many about?


Hence my question mark.

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Can I be so bold as enquire on the requirement :D


So I don't accidentally hut anyone! It's for use in WW2 themed airsoft, for appearence sake only, most sites will only allow rubber knives on site As the action is not coreographed in any way it eliminates the possibility of tripping over and impaling a fellow player. All sorts of modern bayents are available with rubber blades, but i've not seen any ww2 ones.


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You might just have to make a cast of one and get one made yourself.

Must admit that I've never seen any for sale recently - although they did make some for SPR....

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I got this site a while ago:
http://thefieldwerks.com/index.html
It's in the US so I don't know about any of the customs stuff.

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CrazyJoeShirley wrote:
I got this site a while ago:
http://thefieldwerks.com/index.html
It's in the US so I don't know about any of the customs stuff.


That's just the ticket. Thanks for that.

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Rubber bayonet,Why?.


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Read the above, most airsoft sites will only allow rubber knives.

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