5 of the world’s deadliest knives
Jagdkommando Integral Tri-Dagger Fixed Blade Knife
It is the most deadliest knife ever. Victims bleed out in a matter of seconds and it would take a team of surgeons to seal the wound! The handle is hollow and the butt can be unscrew. At the base of the handle there is a lanyard hole and there is another at the top of the handle. One of the coolest features of this knife is the aluminum sheath that screws over the blade.
The BC-41 was a combined Knuckleduster/dagger weapon used during World War II by the British commandos for close combat and in ambush situations. The knife is measured to be 9 inches; the knuckle portion measures 4 inches at the widest point. It fits very comfortably in a smaller hand and is considered to be one of the best to date.
M-9 Bayonet is a multi-purpose knife. This knife was designed to be a work horse and it is that; however, it is made of 420 stainless steel. The length of the blade is 7 inches and is 0.235 inches thick. The overall length is 12.125 inches.
LHR Combat Knife
The LHR combat knife is a modern fighting knife. It was made because soldiers needed a weapon for close quarters combat. The designers of the LHR combat knife are the award winning knife makers Chris Reeve and William W. Harsey Jr. The main goal of the project is to make a quality knife that most soldiers can afford.
The Ka-Bar USMC Knife www.soonerstateknives.com
This is the original Ka-Bar design that was issued since WWII. It features a 7 inch blade with a full tang leather handle. The Ka-bar comes with a very nice leather sheath that has the USMC stamp right on it. The sheath has a belt loop.