Colt M7 Bayonet & M8A1 Scabbard

Item Number
BAY111
7 reviews Write a Review
$85.00

ORIGINAL COLT LOGO M16 BAYONETS

From the 1960’s – good condition with markings “Colt” Logo plus # 62316 & Hartford, Conn. U.S.A. with correct M8A1 scabbard. Scabbards show wear and tear, some rust. Few only!

7 Reviews

  • 3
    Rusty & light corrosion

    Posted by Jackson Barker on Aug 4th 2020

    I had been waiting for these to come back in stock and jumped on it. Received fairly quickly. This may be NOS, but it’s been sitting somewhere unprotected for a while. Scabbard is not VN era and has no mfgr code, also has lots of corrosion on all metal parts including the interior...missing one rivet on canvas mount to scabbard. Bayonet is in better shape, but it too has corrosion where it’s been in contact with scabbard. Spent an hour with 0000 steel wool and oil, wire brush on Dremel, and felt pad w/ jewelers rouge to buff down corrosion. Didn’t get it all, particularly the interior of scabbard where knife retention is. Oiled all...we’ll see if it holds.

  • 3
    Colt M7 Bayonet w/M8A1 Scabbard

    Posted by Matt Poore on Aug 4th 2020

    Light rust over all of knife-otherwise, ok condition.

  • 4
    Colt m7 bayonet

    Posted by todd evans on Jun 16th 2020

    Good item for the money BUT GET THE WINCHESTER HEAT SHIELD AND BOYONET LUG IN STOCK!!!

  • 5
    Nice M7 and scabbard

    Posted by Unknown on Jun 16th 2020

    As described and quickly shipped -- what's not to like?

  • 5
    Colt M7 Bayonet & M8A1 Scabbard

    Posted by William Guinn on Jun 16th 2020

    Wow! Super fast shipping and processing. Bayonet was as advertised, as new with correct sheath. Thanks SARCO!

  • 5
    Colt M7 Bayonet

    Posted by Raymond Ashby on Jun 12th 2020

    Sarco hit it out of the ballpark with the Colt bayonet I received. Looks like it just left the factory and was never issued. Scabbard was mint with a couple of handling marks. I don't think I will ever see another one in this excellent condition.

  • 3
    “New”? Rusted and used

    Posted by Joseph Pearlingi on Jun 12th 2020

    These don’t come up for sale too often, and at this price it was too good to pass up. Advertised “new condition” These were not “new” These were rusty and the scabbard was well used as well. I’ll have to clean it up. Price was still decent, but these are NOT “new condition” (scabbard IS correct)