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    Fairbairn-Sykes

    Not the early variation but still later WW2 issue. Difficult to find originals as there are
    many copies (Spain was the most). I have had this a long time.

    #2
    Very neat knife. Is this referred to as a "fighting knife"?
    Welcome to the Addiction!

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      #3
      Awesome! You don't see those everyday.
      m14brian

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        #4
        Another 'prohibited' weapon here in the peoples rebublik of New Jersey...

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          #5
          Tom, Can you own these kind of knife in NJ ? cheap throwing knife with Colt logo

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            #6
            Cannot have a blade with sharpening both sides, such as a stiletto or throwing. Arkansas pig sticker from Randall is another. Not sure of my 1917s? LOL.

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              #7
              I have a Langbein made in New York. Will send one Brian a few pic's so you guys can see.
              Last edited by Pfc Thomas; 04-25-2016, 10:40 PM.

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                #8
                Posting up pics for PFC Thomas.
                m14brian





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                  #9
                  Interesting thread. Great pictures. Always like a V-42. Never could fine a original Case. So... a few years ago I found a Boker reproduction. Never have had occasion to use it offensively. However, it is my daily user in the office. It is my tactical letter opener! Will be moving to a new pastoral appointment in June. Hope the new church members are broad minded. Usually have the TLO on my desk. Often have a M-1 Garand leaning against the side of the desk... for inspiration when I'm reading and thinking and praying and preparing a bible study or sermon. Sincerely. bruce.

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