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  • Acera

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    Saw this and thought the group might find it as interesting as I did.

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    Microtech Jagdkommando Knife Fixed Blade (7.13" Bead Blast) 105-7 - Blade HQ
    Microtech 105-7 Jagdkommando Fixed 7" Tri-Edge Dagger, Bead Blast Finish, Black Aluminum Sheath - KnifeCenter
    Amazon.com: Micro Tech Knives 1051GR Jagdkommando Fixed Blade Knife with OD Green Finish Waffle Design Aluminum Hollow Handles: Sports & Outdoors
     

    General Zod

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    Interesting idea, but I'd expect it to actually make the knife less useable. And something of a challenge to sharpen...

    Very sci-fi, though. Surprised someone hasn't attacked Vin Diesel with it in a "Riddick" movie yet.
     

    matefrio

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    I think it'd be better if the blade rotated as it went in.


    FYI:
    The Geneva Conventions banned three-sided blades in warfare because the wounds they cause encourage infection and are difficult to sew closed.

    Before that these were popular:
    Model1917_knuckle_duster.jpg

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    M. Sage

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    I think it'd be better if the blade rotated as it went in.


    FYI:
    The Geneva Conventions banned three-sided blades in warfare because the wounds they cause encourage infection and are difficult to sew closed.

    Before that these were popular:
    Model1917_knuckle_duster.jpg

    587A_2.jpg

    I'd rather use that, honestly. The twist to the other one doesn't make sense, and this one's handle is going to work a lot better. Plus if you're going to go that route, make it a real friggin' spike, not some lame knife/spike hybrid that has none of the good and all of the bad of both designs.
     

    benenglish

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    About that three-sided knife - If your Tivo is set to record all of Pawn Stars, they had one on there within the last week. The expert came in and gave a pretty good summary. Yes, they were U.S. issue during WWI. Apparently, there was some demand for something like an oversize icepick to penetrate the very heavy, thick wool coats typically worn during cold weather by troops of the period.
     

    just jk

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    i wouldnt buy/own one of those but it looks cool as hell

    you'd think the hilt would be a bit more prominent for it to be truly functional???
     
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