Sunday, 8 August 2010

WW1 Trench knife Copy (Knuckle Duster Knife)

WW1 Trench knife Copy (Knuckle Duster Knife)

This Trench knife is based on those from World War One and various other trench knife designs including the famous U.S 1918 trench knives that are commercially available now, It is quite a traditional design, and can be wielded like an ordinary knife or used in a stabbing position.
You can also remove the blade and insert it into the handle the other way, it can then be used in a throat slashing manoeuvre from behind. You can also completely remove the blade and use the knuckle duster as a stand alone piece, it would also be possible to make an ordinary handle for the blade and then you could have a knife and knuckle duster to use in a fighting/war situation.
The size will fit medium/large hands, but is not really suited to small hands.
Features Oval finger holes and a curved palm rest, the weight is average due to the handle being made of Aluminium, it is actually 4 sections of  aluminium (2 x 6mm Alu, and 2 x 2mm Alu ) that are glued and bolted together in about 10 places using hidden screws and holes.
These have four large spikes which would do considerable damage in a fighting / War situation,

Features No makers mark, but is made by the same person who made most of my others,  the only markings are "china / stainless" on the blade.
Bottom picture is to show its size in relation to others in this Blog.

Dimensions :
Blade - 16.5cm  -
Handle - 115mm wide, 95mm high, 16mm thick - Finger holes are approx - 23mm wide and 30mm high,
Spike are approx 12mm.
Please leave a comment letting me know what you think! Thanks.

Also Known as - Бокс (оръжие), Puny americà, Boxer (zbraň), Dyrnau haearn, Knojern, Schlagring, Puño de acero, Puño Americano, Altzairuzko ukabila, Nyrkkirauta, Tirapugni, ナックルダスター, Kastete, Kastet, Buku lima, Boksbeugel, Knokejern, Soco-inglês, Кастет, Boksar (orožje), Knogjärn, Muşta, 鐵蓮花, Knuckle dusters, knuckles,Brass Knuckles, Brass Knucks, Poing Americain, for sale, sell, trade, swap.

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