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 Post subject: M9 Bayonet Sheath ?
PostPosted: Sun Nov 30, 2008 9:10 pm 
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Looking for a decent, lightweight sheath (MOLLE bag capable) for my Ontario M9 Bayonet. The one it came with is a very heavy plastic sheath.

Any recomendations ?


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 Post subject: Re: M9 Bayonet Sheath ?
PostPosted: Sun Nov 30, 2008 11:08 pm 
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If it'll fit, I'm very happy with this one of mine. Very nice construction quality, MOLLE, normal belt loop, drop-leg belt loop extender thingie.

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If it'll fit, I'm very happy with this one of mine. Very nice construction quality, MOLLE, normal belt loop, drop-leg belt loop extender thingie.


You use an M9 in that? I ask because I too have been looking for a sheath with a little less profile. That one looks cool.

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 Post subject: Re: M9 Bayonet Sheath ?
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No, I don't. I use a BM 140 in that. I can get out the calipers and get some measurements on it if that will help.

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 Post subject: Re: M9 Bayonet Sheath ?
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Sure, but the best I've got is a measuring tape!

Personally I'd like to find a good leather sheath, with a good fit. This GI one makes too much noise, and is too big, and is overly rigid. The wire cutter is a neat idea, but I carry my Leatherman, and usually a pair of proper wire cutters in my EDC tools. I suppose if you were so inclined you could try using the sheath for a ninja-style breathing tube... :roll:

While we're on the topic of M9s, does anyone know where to get the individual spare parts? I've field stripped mine for cleaning, and it looks like the parts are interchangeable. If so I'd like to change the grip on mine. It's green, was hoping for more of a gray. Or hell, the old stack of leather washers is always in style. 8)

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eBay seller unnaturalone has a good selection of M-9 parts. He also carries the sheath that was developed by Relentless Knives with SpecOps Brand, it is basically their Combat Master sheath (which does fit the M-9) with their X2 pouch (which holds 2 M-16/-4 mags) on the front of it. Only grumble I have with it is that it doesn't have an SRB on the pouch, only velco, so it isn't as secure as I would like for emergency gear but just right for magazines you need RIGHT NOW. *shurgs*

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