Discussion in ' Discussions ' started by alfred10Oct 16, Log in or Sign up. SIG Sauer Forum. Bayonet options for a sig US or swiss? Best lug Discussion in ' Discussions ' started by alfred10Oct 16, Messages: 47 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0. What are my swiss bayonet options? I think I want to run a US style lug to run a Us bayonet. Who makes the bst quality mount? How strong is this one? Remove Advertisement. Messages: Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0. I like the looks of the Swiss set up best.
Messages: Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: If you use the Swiss lug, you are limited to using the Stgw or Stgw bayonets only, they are very nice quality items but just basic bayonets and the Stgw bayonet is fairly expensive. If you use the U. Didn't the Swiss recently switch over to to U. CAROct 16, Messages: Likes Received: 1 Trophy Points: 0.
Also, if you have Sig factory rails, you can not use the US lug unless you modify the lug. I believe Colorado Gun Sales has a lug for Swiss bayos that is already modified to fit with Sig rails. If you are just using regular handguards then I would suggest the NATO lug, you have many more options of pig stickers to put on that way.
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Messages: 2 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 1.We can obtain a US State Dept. Export License for you. Comments: Wow Excellent quality and fit. I got the order in less than 2 days! Thanks for the deal MFI. Comments: The bayonet lug for my Sig P Swat needed to be gound down a little to fit with the handrail anchor. A small amount of grinding on the back and it fit like a glove. Now it looks perfect. Cheap too Super fast shipping One of the few companies who actually has someone who answers the phone and does not need to transfer you to someone else.
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This is NOT for Swiss bayonets. SIG Switzerland only made this lug in very limited production as at the time of production they were not members of NATO and had no intentions for this weapons platform to be exported in large quantities. So the production of the NATO bayonet lugs was done as cost effectively as possible. The lugs were intended for only the Civilian USA market and thus did not justify high dollar RND, tooling and mass production in the same quality as the rest of the weapons platform.
These lugs were simple castings with rough finishes. Cast parting lines, grind points and uneven seems were normal. Holes for the roll pin were also cast as part of the mold and often had to be widened or elongated to fit properly. To stay as close to the original as possible MFI followed SIG's original process which has been a head ache to say the least.
We also grind down one end of the roll pin to help the customer get these started with ease. Some early SIG 's do not have the roll pin drilled in the gas block. No worry as you can still mount one of our Bayonet Lugs by using epoxy. Because you will never mount anything to it, the lug should stay in place. This is possible, but requires hand fitting.
HK93 / G3K Wide Handguard - NATO M7 Bayonet Mount
Heat Treated: Rockwell Parkerized in a SIG Gray. Cost Effective: Highest Quality at the lowest price is always our goal. We achieve this by making these in high volume.This example carries both the Eickhorn squirrel and Rheinmetall diamond-circle trademarks on the ricasso. The Rheinmetall trademark is sometimes mistaken for that of Richard A. Herder, but that is erroneous. This example also has a serial number on the flashguard, indicating that it was actually issued.
The red-brown plastic grip has 6 deep grooves. The press catch is at the 9 O'clock position when viewed from the rear. It has a broad plain crosspiece secured by two domed rivets. The scabbard is patterned after the U. M8A1, but with a woodgrain colored plastic body.
The web frog terminates in a belt loop. The hit strap is missing on this example. The person from whom I obtained this example indicated that he had purchased it in Thailand many years ago.
The West German government granted Burma a license to manufacture the G3 inin a move to forestall Burma aligning with communist East Germany. In advance of their beginning domestic production, Burma received 10, G3 rifles from Germany in and another 12, from Rheinmetall in I suspect that this bayonet was associated with one of the G3 shipments to Burma and later made its way across the border into Thailand.
InBritish bayonet historian R. Evans published an excellent and comprehensive article on G3 bayonets that is available for download at no cost.Common Military Bayonets with Some Values
However, in practice, the Bundeswehr did not issue bayonets to troops. The blade is patterned after the U. M4 bayonet-knife. The black plastic grip has 12 grooves. The press catch is at the 9 O'clock position. It has a broad plain crosspiece. The web frog terminates in a belt loop, rather than the M wire hanger typical of U. Carl Eickhorn's total s production of Colt M7 bayonets was approximately 80, only a portion of which had the abbreviated crosspiece, making this a fairly scarce piece.
The scabbard pictured at left is a s vintage AES scabbard. M8A1" and the webbing would have included the U.
M wire belt hanger. This innovation eliminated the need to install an adapter to the G3 rifle, in order to mount a bayonet. The GMS bayonet has a groove black plastic grip that is more roughly-textured than the Eickhorn bayonets. The press catch is at the position.
The scabbard has a black plastic body with an angular tip. This scabbard design is believed to have originated at Carl Eickhorn Waffenfabrik AGprior to the firm's bankruptcy. This example lacks the locking device to retain the bayonet.
KCB-70 "Stoner" Bayonet
The scabbard's integral web belt hanger is made of black nylon. The plain crosspiece and lack of a locking device; and the nylon belt hanger suggest that this example was likely made for commercial sale rather than military use. GMS went bankrupt inso this example would date from — GMS changed the plastic formula and made the grip more robust in order to remedy cracking problems encountered with the plastic used for the KCB—70 bayonet.
GMS also developed their own wire-cutter scabbard design, since the Eickhorn family held the KCB—70 wire-cutter patent. The GMS wire cutter assembly is tubular and entirely surrounds the plastic scabbard body, where the Eickhorn design is a flat plate that attaches to the side of the plastic scabbard body.The intention of this program was to equip the modern soldier with better weapons, which of course were all made by NWM.
Henk Visser famous international weapon collectorwho was one of the NVM board members, approached the Eickhorn company to make a bayonet with the same resemblance and functionality as the AK bayonet. Varieties of this bayonet are still in use in modern armies. Also this type of bayonet has a hollow grip in which a sight adjustment tool can be inserted.
However most of these bayonets do not have this sight adjustment tool, because the tool itself was made by NWM and not by Eickhorn. The hollow space is closed by a metal square part which can be easily removed by pressing a spring coiled press-stud trough the round opening inside the metal closing part see photos.
This bayonet has a parkerised bowie-type AK bayonet blade with an elliptical opening of 15 by 8 mm in order to function as a wire-cutter in combination with its scabbard. Even electrical wires can be cut up to The end of the scabbard can be used as a screwdriver. NWM "Post Soldier" commercial leaflet.Due to their light weight, short barrel and the calibre used, their recoil and muzzle blast are relatively heavy.
The FR7 and FR8 were introduced in the s when the Spanish military was already implementing the CETME automatic rifle, but did not yet have sufficient inventory to equip and train all troops. The rifles were made from existing stockpiles of Mauser bolt-action rifles.
The FR-7 was a modification of the Model short rifle, which in turn was based on the Mauser Model These three rifles are often referred to as being "small ring" Mausers, as the receiver ring is smaller in diameter than the latter Model by. Both rifles were modified to fire 7. The flash hider was designed to also function as a rifle grenade launcher, compatible with NATO -standard 22 mm rifle grenades.
It also has notches in it so that wire could be cut with it by firing a round. The under-barrel tube, which resembles the gas cylinder found on automatic weapons, actually serves as the bayonet mount and as storage for cleaning gear. The front sight is elevation-adjustable via a special tool. Operation is identical to the standard Mauser design.
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For example, Cotgrave's Dictionarie describes the bayonet as "a kind of small flat pocket dagger, furnished with knives; or a great knife to hang at the girdle". Likewise, Pierre Borel wrote in that a kind of long-knife called a bayonette was made in Bayonne but does not give any further description.
Early bayonets were of the "plug" type, where the bayonet was fitted directly into the barrel of the musket. The bayonet had a round handle that slid directly into the musket barrel. This naturally prevented the gun from being fired. They were issued to part of an English dragoon regiment raised inand to the Royal Fusiliers when raised in The major problem with plug bayonets was that when attached they made it impossible to fire the musket, requiring soldiers to wait until the last possible moment before a melee to fix the bayonet.
The defeat of forces loyal to William of Orange by Jacobite Highlanders at the Battle of Killiecrankie in was due among other things to the use of the plug bayonet. Shortly thereafter, the defeated leader, Hugh Mackayis believed to have introduced a socket bayonet of his own invention.
Soon "socket" bayonets would incorporate both socket mounts and an offset blade that fit around the musket's barrel, which allowed the musket to be fired and reloaded while the bayonet was attached. An unsuccessful trial with socket or zigzag bayonets was made after the Battle of Fleurus inin the presence of King Louis XIVwho refused to adopt them, as they had a tendency to fall off the musket.
Shortly after the Peace of Ryswickthe English and Germans abolished the pike and introduced socket bayonets. However it had no lock to keep it fast to the muzzle and was well-documented for falling off in the heat of battle.
By the 18th century, socket bayonets had been adopted by most European armies. Inthe French infantry adopted a spring-loaded locking system that prevented the bayonet from accidentally separating from the musket. A triangular blade was introduced around and was stronger than the previous single or double-edged models, creating wounds which were harder to treat due to the propensity of healing scar tissue to pull apart the triangular incision.
The 19th century introduced the concept of the sword bayoneta long-bladed weapon with a single- or double-edged blade that could also be used as a shortsword.
Its initial purpose was to ensure that riflemen could form an infantry square properly to fend off cavalry attacks when in ranks with musketmen, whose weapons were longer. A prime early example of a sword bayonet-fitted rifle is the British Infantry Rifle of —, later known as the " Baker Rifle ".
The hilt usually had quillons modified to accommodate the gun barrel and a hilt mechanism that enabled the bayonet to be attached to a bayonet lug. A sword bayonet could be used in combat as a side arm.
When attached to the musket or rifle, it effectively turned almost any long gun into a spear or glaivesuitable not only for thrusting but also for slashing. While the British Army eventually discarded the sword bayonet, the socket bayonet survived the introduction of the rifled musket into British service in The new rifled musket copied the French locking ring system.
Fromsome European nations began to develop new bolt-action breechloading rifles such as the Chassepot and sword bayonets suitable for mass production and for use by police, pioneer, and engineer troops.
One of these multipurpose designs was the 'sawback' bayonet, which incorporated saw teeth on the spine of the blade. Later German sawbacks were more of a rank indicator than a functional saw.
The sawback proved relatively ineffective as a cutting tool, and was soon outmoded by improvements in military logistics and transportation; most nations dropped the sawback feature by The trowel or spade bayonet was another multipurpose design, intended for use both as an offensive weapon as well as a digging tool for excavating entrenchments.
Prior to World War I, bayonet doctrine was largely founded upon the concept of "reach"; that is, a soldier's theoretical ability, by use of an extremely long rifle and fixed bayonet, to stab an enemy soldier without having to approach within reach of his opponent's blade. Inthe French army introduced a centimetre-long Germany responded by introducing a long sword bayonet for the Model Mauser rifle, which had a inch barrel. AfterSwitzerland, Britain, and the United States adopted rifles with barrel lengths shorter than that of a rifled musket, but longer than that of a carbine.In work, pending support 3D printing community for any fitment and model revisions.
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