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5 years 18 weeks ago, 3:49 PM

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Anyone know where to find these at a better price than 100.00 bucks??

US made only.

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5 years 18 weeks ago, 3:54 PM

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Dockit, I was looking for one too. I found some brand new ones from Ontario knife works, that's ONtario New York, no Canada, that's supposed to be one of the current US military suppliers, but they were 120-140 I think. Smokey Mountain Kinfe Works has some too, but not cheaper than 100 bucks.

5 years 18 weeks ago, 4:00 PM

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Ontario knife works bayonets, I have seen some made in tawian and don't want them.

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5 years 18 weeks ago, 4:02 PM

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Dockit, I agree, if your going to get a military issue style weapon, might as well get the real thing made in the US.

5 years 18 weeks ago, 7:39 AM

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Ha ha, made in America

Because all military equipment is made in the US, right? Ontario knives was (maybe still is) a supplier of M9 bayonets to the military. They're "mil-spec" as some like to call it.

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5 years 18 weeks ago, 7:49 AM

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runawaygun762 wrote:
Because all military equipment is made in the US, right? Ontario knives was (maybe still is) a supplier of M9 bayonets to the military. They're "mil-spec" as some like to call it.

Incorrect runaway dog molester, not all military equipment is made in the usa.

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5 years 18 weeks ago, 7:53 AM

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I guess sarcasm doesn't come across on a screen, huh? Ooh, a NASCAR fan? "Hey look, I bet that next turn coming up is a left one!!!"

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5 years 18 weeks ago, 7:56 AM

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a comedian I see

thats real original there sonny boy, can't type dockit huh?

Nothing new from you.

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5 years 18 weeks ago, 8:03 AM

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Do you have a lead on any of these??

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5 years 18 weeks ago, 8:06 AM

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No, Nitris

Last extra one I had, I gave to the spousal unit as a graduation present when she completed an army school.

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5 years 18 weeks ago, 8:07 AM

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it's just more fun to type cockit. Oh yeah, I guess I can't type cockit. Damn it, there I go again, misspelling cockit. I give up.

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5 years 18 weeks ago, 8:12 AM

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Have you seen or fired the new Colt LE6940's yet. Bought one about a month ago nice rifle, but not as neat a finish as it could or should have been. Gas block has a tear drop of weld on it. And a little loose upper receiver to lower. I put a wedge in it to tighten it up, but wish Colt had taken more time and built a better finished product.

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5 years 18 weeks ago, 8:30 AM

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Bushmaster is all I've bought. I've never been too concerned with the slop between upper and lower receiver. I don't think it has much to do with accuracy, at least not when you're dealing with a 2-3 MOA rifle. I do agree with wanting a good product, though. I imagine that Colt wasn't real cheap, and I expect a good product if I have to buy it somewhere other than the Dollar Tree. Maybe I'm getting old and cranky, but I'm getting tired of getting substandard service. And it seems like it's everywhere I go. Case in point, Taco Bell here in Sierra Vista. I LOVE Taco Bell. I could eat it every day and never get tired of it. But the store here almost never gets an order right. They really spend about as much time fixing orders as they do making them. I'll admit that as a soldier, I don't know firsthand how bad the job market is out there, but I'd think that people would want to do good work to avoid having to look for another job. But the manager at this store is fucking garbage. I really thought about getting a job as a manager at Taco Bell after I retire, but I'd get fired pretty quick for making the employees feel bad about themselves or violating someone's right to self-expression when I tell him to pull up his fuckin pants and wear his hat straight. Ah well.

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5 years 18 weeks ago, 9:35 AM

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And I agree I expect a good product if I have to buy it from any source.

thing is Colts are backed by lifetime warranty, and bushmaster just started this on some rifles. Might start looking at them next.

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5 years 18 weeks ago, 10:47 AM

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Yeah, they're cool, but for a rifle that is pretty much modular, repairs can be made at home unless it's a broken receiver

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5 years 18 weeks ago, 11:11 AM

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5 years 18 weeks ago, 11:14 AM

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