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M1 Garand Reproduction M1 Bayonet With M7 Scabbard
10 INCH GARAND BAYONET
Ships from Warehouse 1
Typically ships the same business day when ordered before 4pm CST.
The best reproduction M1 Bayonet for Garand rifles rivals the quality and look of the original military one. 9 3/4" blade has full tang construction with black coated steel and is complete with a matching M7 scabbard, all with vintage bomb-burst proof marks and WWII dates. Only serious collectors will be able to tell the difference!
Measures 14 1/4" overall; Imported.
Measures 14 1/4" overall; Imported.
Total number of Reviews: 47
"A nice reproduction bayonet. Since a photo is not available I will describe it as having a nice olive drab scabbard and a black blade.Looks sharp on my M1 and fit with no problems after I oiled it up."
"Great buy compared to an original-if you can find one that hasn't been cut. Even takes an edge. I was thinking that it was too bad that they didn't sell one for the 03 Springfield, but lo and behold, I tried it and it also fits the Springfield! It would have to be 16\" though to look right on the 03."
– Cowtown shooter
"I have been collecting Garands and Bayonets for some time, and find this to be the most exact repoduction I have seen. Weight and feel are good. Scabbard is also good repoduction. If you can't afford an original, or just want one for show, I would recommend this one."
"great deal. looks great on my korean war garand. cant beat the price. fits great too. makes all my friends jealous."
"Bayonet came today, much better then expected very high quality for a repo fits great on my M1 looks and feels just like an original nice hefty weight Thanks CTD very fast shipping.Doug"
– Doug P
"Got one of these for my M1 and was amazed. Considering the price of a WWII or Korean original, this is a new REPRODUCTION that is VERY MUCH WORTH THE PRICE. I had absolutely no problem with its mounting and find the quality of the steel very good. I put a keen edge on mine and I'm a regular sharpener of all kinds of tools. The metal is very good and it should be quite serviceable for what it is intended to be, a M1 Bayonet. The Scabbard is fine as well, however, you have to work with it to get it \"quiet.\" Same problem on most used ones too. I came up with a piece of plastic to insert into the lower portion and the blade is able to stay quiet but also is easy to pull out when needed. Other means of \"quieting\" the scabbard and the blade could be found. Outside of that, it's a full 5 stars to me."
"I was reluctant at first before buying this bayonet due to the fact of how cheap it was. Fortuneately i was wrong in thinking any less of this piece of work! It was pretty heavy and fit on my CMP Springfield 1944 Garand like a charm with no tinkering involved. Best thing for the money. GET ONE!"
"I received my bayonet today and I'm impressed with the quality. It has a nice sharp edge and fits perfectly. Having a knife and scabbard for this price, it can't be beat. It's all good."
"It is an impressive piece and is good quality, but the fact is, it only fits halfway onto my Garand. It only slides about halfway onto the bayonet notch on the barrel of my Garand, then stops. It doesn't slide far enough to \"click\". I keep it sticking out from under my mattress for self defense, but that's all I can do with it."
"i got my bayonet today and found it to be pretty cool except the handle is loose ......found bolt goin thru handle into other side of handle with no nut....just the plastic handle.....the plastic stripped out......and wont hold....nice other than the cheap handle screw setup!!!!!!!!!!!!"
– chris d
"I just got my bayonet in today, all I can say is wow. I don't own an M1 Garand, but I have always wanted the bayonet. Replica or not you won't get a better price for the quality. Original are hard to find and if you get lucky you will pay alot more."
– Gary R.
"Driller's beware; you'll have to do some work to get this bayonet to fit an M1903A3. It never fit perfectly on my weapon. Also, the construction is different than an original M1 bayonet. There are three pieces and this design will crumple under a blow during exhibition drill. Furthermore, the handle is made of cheap plastic which strips out easily meaning that the handguard must be taped together after the screw strips the plastic. It's a good practice tool for its low price but I would not recommend it as a performance bayonet. Stick with the original for durability and aesthetics; this is a poorly constructed replica.It also does not fit the M1 Garands we possess at our senior ROTC unit. It will not slide far enough down the stud to \"click\" into place. I had a similar problem with the M1903A3 but was able to work it so that it locks consistently."
"I bought three of them and not one of them would fit any of my five WWII M-1 Garands. I finally got one to fit by filing and polishing the internal catch mechanism. All three stripped out the cheap plastic threads when reassembled. For the price of two or three of these - I could have had a real one! Save your money and get a real one, these are Chinese junk."
"My CTD Repro M1 bayonet fit my Garand perfectly, and the handle seems sturdy enough to me. All I needed to do was file down a bit of flash inside the ring that slides over the muzzle, but otherwise this is a nice addition to my rifle. Granted, I have not tried any kind of \"field-testing\", so I cannot say how the bayonet would hold up to any actual use."
"Spend the money required for a genuine surplus bayonet, as this reproduction is poorly made. The channel milled to accommodate the lug was so crooked it would not fit on the rifle. An hour of work with a diamond bit on the Dremmel tool corrected this. The blade is not straight; it is curved laterally and twisted. The hilt is crudely welded on and is crooked about two axis. When mounted on the rifle, the entire assembly is askew by 5 degrees relative to the barrel. The spring-loaded latch was full of grit left over from grinding or milling operations. If you want a stabbing tool this will work but is grossly overpriced. If you want a correct bayonet to fit and function and look good on your Garand, this is not it."
"Fit well and looks great. For the price and what I use it for its a great buy."
"I ordered this bayonet with that feeling of \"Oh well, it's not that expensive.\"I just wanted it for looks on my Korean era Garand. I was really surprised, it looked good and fit the weapon well.If I had anotrher Garand I would order another one of these bayonets for it too!"
"I was skeptical about this bayonet because of the price, but I ordered one anyways... since I have yet to receive a bad order from CTD. I was not disappointed. The bayonet is clean and new, and fit my rifle perfectly. I recommend it !"
"I have two M-1 rifles, and a original M1 Bayaonet, which fit fine. When I recieved this one it looked great, good construction, and well made, but would not fit on either of my rifles, due to the butt of the bayonet slot not machined correctly. I returned it and asked for another one, which I will recieve, and try that one."
– Sgt. Ed.
"Got one for my late 50's M1 Garand. When I recieved it, the bayonet would fit on my Garand, but the slot for the lug wasn't machined right, preventing it from locking onto the rifle. With a little work filing both the ring that goes around the barrel and the slot for the lug itself, it fits nicely now. Be prepared to \"custom fit\" this to your Garand"
"Several weeks ago at a local gunshow a vendor had an M1 bayonet/scabbard on display, a repro, it was very well made, the proofmarks were clear and evenly stamped, I was impressed. The cost was $85.00, I was tempted, but, there were more important items needed. After receiving the March CTD catalog I noticed the several M1 bayonets. I have to admit, I was somewhat apprehensive, but, for the money, I ordered one....why not. Upon receiving the bayonet/scabbard I was amazed at the quality. This bayonet was exactly the same as the vendor was selling. Now for the test, how will it lock up on the rifle? It locked-up perfectly, and with no wobble. Like the advertisement stated, \"Only serious collectors will be able to tell the difference\". I am by no means a collector, but the quality of this blade is there."
"Got this as a complimentary item for my Garand. It looks good except the finish is shiny black as opposed to the dull finish on the M5 bayonet that I already had. It popped easily onto the Garand, but when it came time to remove it, I was shocked that it would not come off no matter how much I pushed on the release button. I had to take the handle apart to remove it from the gun. Upon inspection I noted that the pivot hole in the catch mechanism is way over-sized and off center so that when the catch hook is in contact with the lug the whole catch moves instead of pivoting to release the catch. I don't ever expect to use the bayonet for anything except display, but it is annoying that it will not function correctly on the gun. You get what you pay for I guess."
"The bayonet lug will not fit all the way into channel. It lacks about 1/4 inch from being able to latch. I should have sent it back instead of trying to file and grind. The scabbard is good at least."
"After reviewing various options on a bayonet for my mint condition M1 Garand, I took a chance on this reproduction bayonet and scabbard. I am completely pleased with the purchase. It looks original, fit my Garand like a glove, came with a quality scabbard, and left me extra $$$ to pick up more accessories for the rifle. I own two Garands and will be ordering another one soon. I recommend it to anyone who is interested in completing their M1 Garands equipment, and doesn't want to spend 2 to 3 times the money."
– The Sergeant Major
"Like John wrote on 3/12/10, It won't disconnect. Haven't taken apart yet, but thats not good."
– Doc Of Devils
"It is a good solid bayonet and good craftmanship, HOWEVER, it didn't fit on my Garand. It did slip on but did not lock into place. I strictly use it for decoration now."
"This is a very good reproduction but not functional. I have two Garands, it locks on one but needs to be tapped off with a light hammer. It does not lock onto the other. Such a good reproduction could easily be machined correctly at the channel if the manufacturer cared to do so. Don't buy it unless you are prepared to do some machine work yourself or you just want a decoration at a very good price."
"After searching for an original Bayonet for some time, and finding the prices to be really high ($100+) I decided to settle on a repop bayonet to round off my M1 and WWII Infantryman's Gear. This exact bayonet was a lot higher at a Military Surplus show, so when I saw it here for half the price and I jumped on it. The Bayonet itself I am pleased with. Solid construction, hard to tell its not an original. Fits my 4 mill Garand with no modifications needed. It's only slightly lose (where an original on the same gun was totally solid). I will probably end up replacing the handles with originals. Overall I am pleased but not thrilled. The Scabbard should be thrown out, or not even included. It's TOTALLY wrong in every way. Wrong color... it needs to be darker. Wrong material... Originals are made of hard cardboard coated with plastic-ish stuff, and the band at the top is metal. The Scabbard included is all plastic. I also had to modify the hook so it fits on an original M1 cartridge belt."
"I have a large collection of original bayonet's, and this is the 2nd reproduction that I have ever bought. It fit my M1 Garand, came off easily and looks good. I know this is a reproduction, and everything about the scabbard is wrong, (including the belt attachment is upside-down), but I like it anyways. I gave it 4 bullets, but you be the judge."
– Da Collector
"Fit perfectly the first time on my Garand. No adjustments or machining needed. Tight fit; not loose at all. Perfect size to accent the Garand with top quality looks and construction to boot. I'd buy another."
"It doesn't fit on any of my Garands. Initially, there was some dried \"crud\" in the slot, which I removed (hoping that it would then fit). Removing the crud didn't help. It's not useful as a bayonet, but it would make a decent knife. The handle is tight, and the guard does not rattle. The blade is thick, and seems sturdy. I'd pass on this, and buy a real Garand bayonet for $20 more."
"Works well and fits good enough."
"The Pros: The quality seems decent, and it isn't marked \"China\" anywhere. The Cons: It doesn't fit!!! If anybody has any tips how to get this thing to fit, I'm all ears."
– Frank Stallone
"Seems to be well made. Fit my M1 just fine. Blade was sharper than I expected it to be. Overall good piece of furniture."
"I could not believe the quality or fit for the price. It fit my HRA GARAND better than my surplus bayonets. This is not a cheap, poor quality bayonet; just a cheap price. I had a razor edge on it in less than a minute with a v notch ceramic sharpener."
"Looks authentic to hang on a cartridge belt, but would not fit on my Garand without extreme pressure applied. Then it did not fully seat and snap into place like an issue bayonet does. Needed extreme pressure to remove and that is dangerous. The only value I see for this is display on the belt or use as a hunting knife."
"Hello all, I got my three M1 bayonets today. They look nice, but not one will fit any of my six Garand rifles.Typical of inferior Chinese made products. They look good enough to get sold but fail to preform when needed.You get what you pay for here.I guess they will make good TENT STAKES.Next time I buy only \"MADE IN USA.\"I am sorry, Uncle Sam.--- Ken in Wis."
– KEN IN WIS.
"Very satisfied with this purchase. Sturdy construction and fits my M1 perfectly. Had a little trouble getting it to come off the first time, but once I got it off once, I have not had any problems since."
"Looks good, fits well, and a good price. Garand is Happy, Happy."
"Fits my Garand perfectly. To match the 1943 date on the bayonet, it must have been VERY carefully stored to look so good 70 years later! (:-)"
"I got this in today and it fit on just fine, but when I went to go take it off, it wouldn't come off, so I pulled the grips off and realized the gun had to be parallel to the ground with the bayonet under the gun and it comes off just fine. Great bayonet for the price. I'd buy it again."
– Donnie Strait
"Just got it today. Fits on the gun perfectly and comes off like it should.May not be the real thing, but up on the wall, who can tell the difference and it didn't cost over $100."
"I am certainly glad that I didn't pay big bucks for a real one as I have for Nazi Daggers. The quality of this reproduction is so good I have no doubt it could be used in battle and it FITS my H-R Garand SOLIDLY and releases RELIABLY."
"I am pretty pleased with this bayonet, it looks good and really completes the M1 rifle. The markings on the blade and scabbard are pretty cool too. I'm not giving this 5 stars because it doesn't latch onto my M1 rifle all that securely. For display purposes it's fine, but don't rely on it staying onto your rifle through use. Anyways it's a great deal for adding that little extra touch to your Garand."
"First off let me say this is a fairly good repro. If you don't want to carry an original this will do. Especially at this price. Now for the farb. The hooks were splayed out a bit requiring some pliers bending to get them to lay flat next to the hilt so the blade can be drawn while on the belt. The scabbard is a lighter green and lacks the underlying cross hatch pattern of the original material and has no weep hole on the back. The top metal portion of the scabbard should not be painted black but should be O.D. to match the rest of the scabbard. I'd repaint. The blade is not serial numbered on the reverse of the ordnance mark nor is does it have the U.S. stamp. I suspect it is not U.S. made. The comparison was made to an original sixteen inch bayonet marked S.A. 1918 Ser.#888XXX U.S. Even with all my gripes I will still use it at reenactments because of it's price and looks. Just don't look to closely."
"Got 2 of these and love them. Great birthday presents. Need to be worked on to be sharp but will be a good bayonet after that. I love the US BOMB BERST on the blade and scabbard. All the knifes I got from CTD are the best. Thanks CTD 5 BULLETS."
"I was a little leery based on other reviews. However, when it arrived, it locked on to my CMP Garand easy and solidly and released easily and cleanly. It is a sharp looking bayonet, but since it is made in China, it only got 4 bullets instead of 5."