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G.R.A.D. Bayonet-Revolver Lets Your AR Keep Shooting

This is a really interesting knife/gun or gun/knife or bayonet which was sold at auction last year for $1920.

It looks like just another deadly bayonet. (Image © Morphy Auctions)

It looks like just another deadly bayonet.
(Image © Morphy Auctions)

It’s a bayonet with a 6.5-inch blade, made to fit an M16/AR15 rifle with standard military style 21.5-inch barrel with bayonet lug. It also has a 6-shot rimfire revolver built into the handle

It's a GRAD Model MB16F. (Image © Morphy Auctions)

It’s a GRAD Model MB16F.
(Image © Morphy Auctions)

You can’t get new ones anymore; they were only built in the early 2000s. It was made by G.R.A.D. (Global Research And Development).

That thing is the folding trigger. (Image © Morphy Auctions)

That thing is the folding trigger.
(Image © Morphy Auctions)

The trigger folds out to fire the 22 LR rounds. The bullets travel over the spine of the bayonet blade.

I really don't want to get stabbed (or shot) by this thing. (Image © Morphy Auctions)

I really don’t want to get stabbed (or shot) by this thing.
(Image © Morphy Auctions)

It was in “mint unfired” condition in the original box, with the “original preservative oil still in mechanism. Mechanics are mint as left factory.”

Let's hope it doesn't open by accident. (Image © Morphy Auctions)

Let’s hope it doesn’t open by accident.
(Image © Morphy Auctions)

To open, you press a button at the rear (hilt) of the bayonet.

Bayonet works om mil-spec 12.5-inch AR barrels. (Image © Morphy Auctions)

Bayonet works om mil-spec 12.5-inch AR barrels.
(Image © Morphy Auctions)

The Federal government calls this an AOW (“any other weapon”) and thus requires tax-stamp bribery to legally transfer ownership.

The quality appears exceptional. (Image © Morphy Auctions)

The quality appears exceptional.
(Image © Morphy Auctions)

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