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A bayonet lug is a standard feature on most military muskets, rifles, and shotguns, and on some civilian longarms. It is intended for attaching a bayonet, which is typically a long spike or thrusting knife. The bayonet lug is the metal mount that either locks the bayonet onto the weapon or provides a base for the bayonet to rest against, so that when a bayonet thrust is made, the bayonet does not move or slip backwards. Less than 400 years ago, bayonet lugs or their predecessors that allowed them to slip over the barrel did not exist.
Prior to the lug's invention, bayonets merely stuffed into the muzzle's end from a tight-fitting stub, rendering the firearm virtually useless and certainly preventing it from being discharged. But by the late 17th century, this type of bayonet was entirely phased out and subsequently replaced with the socket bayonet, that slides over the muzzle with the blade offset to the side, just above or underneath. Bayonet lugs are usually located near the muzzle end of a musket, rifle, or other longarm barrel. The lug is occasionally placed on top of the barrel, if serving as the base of the front sight, or more often mounted to the side or bottom of the barrel.
Remington 870 +2 magazine extension, made by S&J hardware.
Great product but awful customer service, skip dealing with them and their shipping issues
It comes with a new spring for your mag tube, an adjustable sling mount and a bayo lug attachment that allows for attaching an m7 bayonet. I can...
Looking to replace the gas block on a SAR-1 that had the bayonet lug removed per import regulations during the ban with one that still has the lug intact. Can trade or pay cash. If you can ship I have Paypal. Thanks