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Smith & Wesson 2B Special Ops M-9 Bayonet (7.63 Inch Black Plain Sawback Blade) Black Thermoplastic Handle, Thermoplastic and Nylon Scabbard SW2BK

MANUFACTURER: Smith & Wesson Knives
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SW2BK: 2B Special Ops M-9 Challenger Bayonet, Black Nylon Fiber Handle, Black Saw Top, PlainEdge
Smith & Wesson

This Smith & Wesson Special Ops M9 bayonet knife features a 7.8" 400 series stainless steel blade with a cutout to fit to the wire cutter aparatus on the sheath. The blade also offers milled saw teeth. The handle locks into standard bayonet lugs which the guard slides over your barrel. Has clearance for common size flash suppressors. Includes nylon sheath with wire cutter attachment, and sharpening stone. Fits standard NATO standard M16 type rifle and AR15. 12.80" overall


  • Black coated Stainless Steel blade with sawback
  • Thermoplastic handle with stainless guard
  • MOLLE compatible Heavy-duty Thermoplastic and Nylon scabbard that works with knife as a wire cutter
  • Scabbard includes removable map pouch, screwdriver, sharpening stone and belt clip
  • Blade Length: 7.80"
  • Overall Length: 12.80"
  • Imported

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