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Laserlyte introduces the “Mini Bayo” for pistols

If you think bayonets are only for gigantic, bulky rifles in the midst of war, think again.

Laserlyte, which is in conjunction with KA-BAR Knives, has a collection of bayonets designed for pistols and recently announced the newest member of its line: the Mini Bayo.

According to Ammoland, the knife is equipped with a 2.75 inch KA-BAR blade that attaches to a medium of large pistol with rails. To attach it, you simply press the two buttons on the handle and affix it to the pistol.

The blade is coated with black oxide and the handle is made from 30 percent glass-filled nylon for additional durability. The great thing about this knife is that it comes with a sheath, so when it’s not attached you can safely store it with the pistol or use it independently.

Another option for a pistol bayonet if you want something bigger is the KA-BAR Knives Pistol Bayonet with a high carbon steel blade. Laserlyte and KA-BAR Knives are hard to beat when it comes to bayonets designed specifically for pistols.


Tim

Timothy Martinez Jr. is the community director for Knife Depot and the editor of The Cutting Edge. If you have any questions or ideas for The Cutting Edge, you can contact him at Tim@knife-depot.com.
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4 Comments

  1. I can’t believe no one has commented on this yet

  2. I can, it’s taken words away from the masses.

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