Will this knife really work with an AK47 ?

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  1. hafool

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    Has anyone ever seen this knife before and can it really be used on a bayonet? It is said that it can fit together with a AK47 rifle. Maybe it is a copy of some old military knife that was used back in one of the wars? The website that it is on is <MOD Edit: Link removed> I am wondering if it can fit on any other types of guns or rifles. Does it look like something that would be used by Chinese, Koreans, or Russians. Here is a link to the knives page <MOD Edit: Link removed> and it is the knife with the number 406023 right at the top of the page.
    Any help would be appreciated before I order it all the way from China :)
     
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    Hi hafool. The weapon in the picture you quoted looks like one of a number of patterns of bayonet designed to fit the AK47 assault rifle, this one being a standard bayonet pattern. The Chinese version of the AK47, the Type 56, normally had a folding bayonet built in to the underside of the barrel, although there were exceptions. There is a strong possibility that the bayonet shown is a copy, but it should fit onto the muzzle/boss of the AK, or the Chinese Type 56 without the folding bayonet.
    I don't know what the laws regarding such weapons are like where you live, but beware, this is a lethal weapon, designed for one purpose only!
     
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    That knife will work as a bayonet for the AK or Type 56 hafool...
     
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    Nice try, hafool, but no dice. I particularly like the "order all the way from China" bit to try and add some authenticity. Peddle your crap elsewhere.
     
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    RIGHT ON, Eric!!
     
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    Can I get a HAY-men!?!?
     
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    How about a Hoo-yah?? :lol:
     
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    hehe. I had my suspicion on the first read, then I looked at the profile in the admin panel, said it all. They're out and about this morning. I'm sniping in a target rich environment.
     
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    Bag and Tag em'!

    Funny visual though, just sitting there, sipping your coffee, waking up and picking off spamming idiot. Nice. :D

    Dan was probably still asleep or typing and putting his boots on at the same time. :lol:
     
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    Wow, a radar assisted night kill!! Good job!!

    Hy-Men!!!!...................(wait...)
     
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    Nice one! Thought it a bit strange to be posted in that section, but then, I'm inexperienced in these things, and I was only just awake!
     
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    Lost it horseback riding?? :shock: :p
     
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    Or riding a bicycle ? A likely story !

    Good kill, Eric......

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    Didn't see the link, but I can tell you that AKs imported to the US nowadays are subject to import criteria. To make them legal, you must have a minimum amount of US parts. All recent imported AKs and SKS have been gutted... but why a bayonet from China when you can get them domestically? Spam likely.

    So assuming Evan's gunsight is supremely calibrated as usual...

    Amen and hallelujah!
     
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