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Old 06-09-2021, 07:20 PM
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does anyone know if the m-7 bayonet will fit the civilian version of the m-14 rifle?? any info would be greatly appreciated. thx in advance for your time
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Old 06-09-2021, 07:33 PM
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M6 will fit. M7 is for m16.
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Old 06-09-2021, 07:39 PM
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thx dlupini for your time and prompt reply.. seems like work and life dinner cleaning n stuff seems to get int the way of hobby.never enough time but thats life
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Old 06-09-2021, 07:54 PM
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thx dlupini for your time and prompt reply.. seems like work and life dinner cleaning n stuff seems to get int the way of hobby.never enough time but thats life
Until you retire and then you have too much time for the hobby and start inventing excuses to yourself why you need something.......
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Old 06-09-2021, 08:02 PM
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M6 bayonetís can be found in NOS condition on eBay for about $100. Iíd look there. Iíve had good luck on my eBay bayonet purchases.

Price has gone up a little. But hereís an example of what you can find.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/M6-BAYONET-....m46890.l49286

I also recommend a WTB add here and on the M14 forum.

Also, most SAI rifles donít have a bayonet lug, so you may need to add a GI flash hider.
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Old 06-09-2021, 09:23 PM
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came with flash suppressor.... but thx for the heads up none of us need to be wasting our money
im gonna get there one day sarge, lord willing

yuppers i saw that one... thx prices are ranging anywhere from 90.00 to 140.00 .. but i think 140.00 is just cra cra maybe i will hold the the line so to speak till after the xcross roads of the west show this weekend... have a good nite gentleman... lights out and sing the hymm
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Until you retire and then you have too much time for the hobby and start inventing excuses to yourself why you need something.......
Until about a year after you retire and then are wondering how you got so much done when employed and get so little done now.
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Until about a year after you retire and then are wondering how you got so much done when employed and get so little done now.
My favorite quote of my Dad after he retired (37 years service in the Navy) was:

"I don't know how I ever had time to go to work."
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My favorite quote of my Dad after he retired (37 years service in the Navy) was:

"I don't know how I ever had time to go to work."
Good one......Not to stray to far from the OPs post, but on my first day home in retirement I got up, got dressed, made the bed, had breakfast, had my coffee cup in my hand, then just stood there. I had no idea what to do, then the realization of this is the rest of my life, no schedule, no time clock etc hit me........Life in the slow lane!
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