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U.S. Original-Style M8A1 Sheath New Condition and Made in the U.S.A.

 
Military
M8A1
ZAA-057
ZAA-057
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  • DESCRIPTION
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Original GI-style M8A1 sheath in new condition. This sheath is correct for all post-war U.S. bayonets including M-4, M-5, M-6, and M-7. Made in the U.S.A. Grade I.

All Military surplus products are used, the condition of the products varies, and the quantities may be limited.
Surplus condition scale:
Grade I Used in like new to excellent condition.
Grade II Used in good condition, may show minor use.
Grade III Used in fair condition, will show normal wear and tear from daily use. 
Total number of Reviews: 11

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5.0 5
"Is brand new and in great shape. Thank you!"
4.0 5
"This sheath is new. If you need one buy this one.Forget the gun shows."
4.0 5
"In as new or like new condition. I am happy with this purchase. The two I received did not have the metal tip guard as shown however. No markings on the scabbard other than M8A1. Tag enclosed said Atlantic Textile Corp. and was dated 6/77."
5.0 5
"GREAT Item with absolutely no problem. Condition is new with no scrapes, etc. This is a great buy."
3.0 5
"I recieved my M8A1 Sheath today and was at 1st happy to see it and then when I attempted to put my M4 Bayonet in it there was a problem/There are a pair of pinch spring clips at thehilt of the sheath that scraped and scuffed thematte black finish right off my bayonet with a singlestroke! Oi! I bent back the side tabs and removedthe spring clips and it works just fine now. Iknow the reason they're there to keep thebayonet from falling out but the snap strapat the top is plenty good for that. Only 3 bulletsout of the bag. Sorry, I was much happierwith the M4 Bayonet than with this sheath.Now I'm gonna' hafta' buy some matte blackbluing just to restore the bayonet. Errr!Bye.Karl-MarcelKoenen"
5.0 5
"Nice sheath. Good condition. No problems. Minor green corrosion on the copper rivet heads, that wiped off."
4.0 5
"its alrite...works and functions of course, but like someone else said there is supposed to be a metal guard at the bottom which doesn't seem to be there...and ya the two \"pinch clips\" at the top definately take off some finish, but i don't mind because i plan to used my bayonet as a hunting/companion knife and not for show."
2.0 5
"I purchased this sheath because of all the high reviews. The plastic sheath is a very poor copy with very cheap material. Ten dollars would be more in line with the value. The webbing is OK. Over the last two years I've purchased at least 60-75 items from CTD. This was the first disappointment. Before you insert your bayonet, use a screw driver to open up the rolled springs/retainers inside the sheath. I didn't and it scratched my bayonet on both sides the first time I inserted. It's better than nothing. I would not recommend purchasing this item."
4.0 5
"The scabbard was in new shape but like others said I will have to take out the pinch clips. My bayonet is a WW2 original and I don't want to scrape it up because it is like new. Other scabbards were a lot higher in price. Once I get the clips out then I will be happy, thanks CTD."
5.0 5
"I ordered the M7 bayonet/sheath combo. The M7 appears to be new not sure if its truly USGI, but very sharp, almost like a razor, and fits the AR perfectly. The sheath \"wow\" turns out the one I got is an M8 not an M8A1. Mine apparently was built during the switch to the M8A1 as it has all the correct webbing(length)and hook for the M8A1 but its attached to a M8 sheath, with all the correct manufacture marks under the tang."
3.0 5
"I'd have to agree with Jay and El Photo's reviews. Had I not read them I would of ended up scuffing up my bayonet too. Thanks for the tips guys, first inclination is to slide the bayo in and then.... It's like... ok? Certainly nothing to write home about."