Get Noticed With The New Laserlyte Pistol Bayonet

Get Noticed With The New Laserlyte Pistol Bayonet

Laserlyte Pistol Bayonet
Laserlyte Pistol Bayonet

Cottonwood, Ariz. – -( LaserLyte® in association with Ka-Bar® Knives is excited to introduce the Pistol Bayonet. Be the first to own a pistol bayonet that looks as good as it works.

This razor-sharp, 2.75 inch Ka-Bar blade fits on any medium to large pistol with rail and slides on and off easily with the press of two buttons. Its carbon steel blade is sharpened to a fine edge and finished with a black Teflon® coating for protection. Featuring a full tang design, the blade also comes with a custom polymer sheath. The blade handle is constructed from 30 percent glass-filled nylon for extra strength and durability. A LaserLyte original, this Pistol Bayonet is ready for any situation – or just looking cool on your favorite gun. MSRP $39.95.

LaserLyte Pistol Bayonet Specifications:

– Product Number: PB-1
– Compatible Firearms: with rails, medium to large frame pistols
– Material: medium carbon, glass filled nylon
– Finish: black oxide
– Weight: 2.6 oz., 73.71 g
– Blade Length: 2.75 in., 69.85 mm
– Overall Length: 5.75 in., 146.05 mm
– MSRP: $39.95

LaserLyte, the leader in laser technology, is the shooting and hunting division of P&L Industries. The company strives to heighten the experience of shooting by offering high quality, competitively priced lasers and other firearms accessories. For more information about LaserLyte and its complete line of products contact:  LaserLyte, 101 Airpark Road, Cottonwood, Arizona, 86326, 928-649-3201,

Ka-Bar Knives, Inc., a subsidiary of Alcas Corporation, manufactures high quality military, hunting, sporting, and all-purpose utility knives. For more information about Ka-Bar, visit

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B. Blanks

Wow! I thought this LaserLyte bayonet was completely useless, until I heard I can use it to open boxes! Super Tactical! … This is completely useless.


Hey B;

I think that is the point! To be fair you have to throw in cool too….?