Ontario 494 M7 Bayonet 6.75" Drop Point 1095 Black Carbon Steel Blade Polymer Handle Black

Product #: 995111 Ontario #: 8185 UPC #: 071721081852
$71.99 & SHIPS FREE
Ships 12/02/2015 from MidwayUSA
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The 494 M7 Bayonet from Ontario Knife Company is ideal for collectors or tactical enthusiasts. The older brother to the M9 bayonet, the M7 was designed for the AR-15, M16 and M4, with a unique, thinner blade profile and sharpened upper edge for enhanced penetration. The robust attachment lug keeps the bayonet firmly in place on the rifle. This bayonet features an easy to sharpen 1095 carbon steel blade with a zinc phosphate finish. The M7 includes a molded plastic scabbard with a tension clip to keep the bayonet secure in the field.

Technical Information


Folding or Fixed Blade: Fixed

Blade Steel: 1095 Carbon Steel

Handle Material: Polymer

Blade Shape: Spear Point (with Partial Sharpening on Top Edge)

Blade Tang: Full Tang

Serrated: No

Carry Options: Polymer Scabbard (Included)

Blade Finish: Black Epoxy Coated

Rockwell Hardness: 54 - 56 RC

Blade Length: 6.75"

Blade Thickness: 0.19"

Overall Length: 12"

Weight: 11 oz

National Stock Number (NSN): 1095-00-017-9701

Made in the USA


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