Bayonets for NAA mini revolvers

Cottonwood, Ariz. – LaserLyte®, in association with Ka-BAR®, offers the first pistol bayonet for select North American Arms pistols. The razor-sharp, 1.85-inch Ka-BAR blade fits all North American Arms mini revolvers with round cylinder pins and is the smallest pistol bayonet and revolver combo on the market. This next generation in LaserLyte’s tremendously popular pistol bayonet collection is a must-have for North American Arms owners and is sure to turn some heads at the range.

MSRP is $29.95.

Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


  • Wolf

    They should make a RIS Rail adapter while they’re at it. That bayonet would go great with a 30mm scope.

  • justdavid1911

    I have one of the PB-1 bayonets, bought it as a joke. But unlike this thing, at least it can be used when not attached to anything…

    I really like the PB-1’s blade but the plastic parts are underwhelming. I’m thinking of taking it apart and making a real butt and guard for it, turn it into a sheath knife. Won’t be able to attach it to anything but that aspect’s just a novelty anyway.

  • subase

    Disregarding that the image is bloody hilarious, especially that laser part.

    Having a blade on a pocket pistol would be a pretty good idea. Since you’ll no doubt be taking headshots and point blank range and if you run out of bullets, no way in hell will you have a chance to reload.

    Saying that the knife on this looks like a weak slippy stupid gimmick and is liability more than anything. It would be a better idea if you just welded a sharp little knife to the gun yourself.

    Best thing about it is the price, is that for real?

    Shouldn’t that crappy stamped pistol have cost this much?

  • subase

    Woops the price only refers to the laser/knife combo.

    Also for grip you’d need to cover the gun in something grippy, stainless steel and wood once bloody will be as slippery as heck.

  • Don

    The idea has some merit since these little revolvers are more of a “knife +P” to begin with, however the cylinder pin is probably the weakest part of the gun to mount a bayonet on. Actually stabbing someone with this will most definitely bend or break the pin.

    I’d get one if the knife was integrated into the frame.

  • MrMaigo

    I hope they make a holster for it, cause no one else is going to

  • Bryan S

    Cool, when it flips out of your hands when firing, you can get cut by the thing too.

  • Jim


  • Clodboy

    So how long until some mall ninja gives himself a mastectomy when trying to put this thing in a shoulder holster?

  • Erik

    I would file this under “Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should”.

  • 4Cammer

    If I see that at the range it will be time for me to pack up and go home. 🙂

  • Tom

    This is silly.. The revolver is so small.. There`s hardly anything to hold on to.. Let alone, try and use a knife attachment.. Dumb..

  • SpudGun

    I’m sure it will turn some heads at the range, mine included with the thoughts ‘who is the idiot with a tiny bayonet on his tiny pistol?’ and ‘why has someone brought a bayonet to the gun range?’ and finally ‘i hope the jerk using that tiny gun / bayonet combo doesn’t start up a conversation with me’.

    Thank goodness there’s a laser attached so you can be ultra accurate with your stabbing – presumably. Who asked for this and why?

  • Heh. I wonder who will be the first to make a holster-sheath it…

  • Spammy_H


    One more question – does it come with a sheath, or are you supposed to do a commando mexican carry?

  • hojo

    Heh, silly fun. Too bad any force applied to that blade is being applied to the mini’s tiny cylinder pin. I bet it would break off if you actually stabbed something with it.

  • Hammerhead

    i want one of these for the kitchen to cut vegetables. will definitely increase my interest in salads.

  • JonMac

    And those heads will say “what the hell is that numpty doing with a tiny bayonet on his tiny pistol”.

  • I can actually see this being useful, if you’re carrying one of these for self-defense. There’s just no way to reload those things quickly if 5 shots of .22 don’t stop an attacker (which is certainly possible). If the sheath can be slid off quickly with the trigger finger, you have instant access to a knife to use as a back-up weapon – because if you’re using an NAA Mini, you obviously don’t have a BUG available (unless you’re carrying 2 NAA Minis – at which point you might as well carry a small .380 instead).

  • ryan

    Wow…. Now they are even more safe for your pocket:)

  • Homepcmd

    This makes sense.

    If all you have is this “gun” then you probably will need to fall back to the “pointy object” attached to it. I would. Actually I probably would use it first for slashing attacks and if that did not work… pull trigger in the hope that the loud noise will scare them away. Just my opinion.

  • viper5552

    this fad of attaching bayonets to handguns is inexplicable. was there some soldier or policeman than ran into a situation where he thought “if only my handgun had a bayonet”?

  • It’s a joke or something right? And the Glock bayonet too? (


  • Ian J

    Making tiny pocketable pistols un-pocketable since 2010.

  • Don

    The novelty of this thing aside, there is actually one particular case where pistol bayonets have a completely legit function, and that for the purpose of point loading glass before shooting through it. Doing this makes the glass shatter a lot easier and deflects the bullet trajectory less. It also can be done to try to shoot through lower grade bullet proof glass.


  • subase

    Someone needs to make a modern cutlass/pocket pistol combo.

    They could even use a polymer blade to save in weight. Kel tec are you listening?

    A blade on an empty gun is better than no blade.

  • Bryan S.

    Well, you know what they say, a fool and his money are easily parted… when it comes to firearms accessories.

  • msn

    This gun looks dangerous to handle, especially if you have larger hands.

  • subase

    It would actually make a pretty funny and fun gift to any firearm aficionado.

    NAA should release a keyring version that comes with a dull blade, the laser and a little LED light just for kicks, that’s not functional as a weapon but still looks like the real thing.

  • Woodrow

    I love what NAA does with their pocket guns. They should partner with Remington to make a Master Key attachment.

    As for the bayonet, it might not be too bad if you choked your hand all the way up, even over the cylinder. The hammer would be a problem, though, and I don’t think I’d care to field test this 😛

  • Carl

    Stupid gimmick. Way to cheapen your brand name, KA-BAR.

  • Alan

    Ok, if you’re in a situation where you need a small gun, and you MIGHT need a knife, you’d be better served to use a GOOD small gun, and carry a GOOD knife. Because as someone might say, “That’s not a knife…”

  • Greetings from Texas,
    Useless to be sure, but this is just cute. I could see taking it to my writers talks as an example of something really stupid for a character to carry. A good comedy relief gun.

  • The Joker


    This is obviously a novelty item. Analyzing the merits of this product is pointless. It’s clearly a collector’s item; it’s not something you would use for self defense.

    Some of you need to relax. If someone bought this for me I’d think it was hilarious.

  • M. Werner

    During the muzzle-loading era, there were many pistols made with bayonets of one sort or another.
    Some fixed, some folding and using a separate trigger or button to deploy. Made sense at the time, since most of these old flint or percussion weapons gave you one shot and then you were done.
    Seems a mite silly now…Especially the carrying difficulties.

  • west

    I honestly think the pistol-bayonet thing started with the Wes Anderson AmEx commercial. It shows him requesting a .357 Magnum with a bayonet and moments later an arm reaches into the frame handing him one.

  • Thats a blast from the past (pun intended) right back to Cutlass Pistols and Apache Pistols

  • Jon

    This is actually really really useful.

    It get the company publicity.

  • MrSazook

    I know it looks hillarious and will probably break if actually used but I give the tiny gun/knife combo a thumbs up. Stab it under someone’s chin, the base of their throat, or between their gut and chest (what do you call that spot?) and pull the trigger. If you slam this thing under a baddy’s chin and pull the trigger, I don’t care how laughable the gun looks, it’ll scramble some brains. .22’s are notorious for bouncing off bones and redirecting inside the body. Imagine a bullet bouncing around in your skull. Lights out. Is it cold hearted and a little demented? Sure. But a lot of things are. As a stabbing weapon it wouldn’t be a first choice. As a gun it probably wouldn’t be either. Together, up close and personal, it might just work. And if you plan on shooting someone anyway, why not stab them too? You’ll do a little more damage and you’ll be anchored to your target point blank and won’t be able to slip off to the side and waste a valuable shot. This is not a long range gun. It is a very close quarters weapon. A knife on the end makes sense.

  • That is the dumbest thing I ever saw.