Fighting Knife

Some articles on knife, fighting knife, fighting:

Neck Knife
... A neck knife is a small fixed-blade knife which is carried by means of a "pendant rig", in which the knife is suspended from around one's neck, handle down, by either a length of paracord or, more ... The knife stays in place by means of a form-fitting synthetic sheath, which holds it securely in place until yanked sharply ... Not only does this make drawing the knife far easier, but it also avoids legal issues in jurisdictions where concealed knives are regulated ...
Michael Echanis - Warrior Knife
... Although Echanis is tied to the development of the Warrior knife, now in a new evolution from Spyderco Knives, his input was minimal during the concept phase which took place while Echanis ... Wanner was the creative initial designer of the knife and was directly involved in the Al Mar Knives version and a further evolution under another ... had recommended to Echanis that he promote what would essentially be a HWD combat knife ...
Putty Knife - See Also
... Taping knife Knives and daggers List of daggers List of blade materials Types of knives Aircrew Survival Egress Knife Athame Balisong/Butterfly Ballistic ... Company Kyocera Leatherman Mad Dog Knives Microtech Knives Morseth Murphy knives Ontario Knife Company Opinel Pro-Tech Knives Randall Made Knives Ranz Rigid Knives Rösle SOG Specialty Knives Sabatier ... Walther arms Wenger Western Knife Company Wilkinson Sword Windlass Steelcrafts Wüsthof Yarara Ltd Knifemakers A.G ...
Combat Knife - Modern Combat Knives - World War II
... During World War II, one fighting knife designed specifically for military use in combat was the British Fairbairn-Sykes fighting knife ... who trained countless soldiers in the art of close-quarters fighting ... The Fairbairn-Sykes knife inspired several similar knives of the era such as the V-42 Stiletto designed by Lt ...

Famous quotes containing the words knife and/or fighting:

    They warsled up, they warsled down,
    Till Sir John fell to the ground,
    And there was a knife in Sir Willie’s pouch,
    Gied him a deadlie wound.
    Unknown. The Twa Brothers (l. 5–8)

    I want to keep fighting because it is the only thing that keeps me out of the hamburger joints. If I don’t fight, I’ll eat this planet.
    George Foreman (b. 1948)