The M7 Bayonet is a bayonet that was used by the U.S. military for the M16 rifle, it can also be used for the M4A1 carbine. It was introduced in 1964, when the M16 entered service during the Vietnam War.
The NSN for the M7 bayonet is 1095-00-073-9238.
The M7 was partially replaced by the M9 bayonet in Army service. And the Marine Corps replaced it by the OKC-3S bayonet. The Army, Navy, and USAF still use M-7s and may do so for years to come.
The M7 was manufactured in the United States, Canada, West Germany, the Philippines, Singapore, and South Korea.
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