Fairbairn Sykes Dagger - Para Collectors Edition

Fairbairn Sykes Dagger - Para Collectors Edition

Product Ref: 01406.   Military Issue - New
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Further Information
Further Information
  • Blade length 6.75''
  • Carbon steel blade
  • Brown leather sheath with belt loop and tabs for attachment to clothing or equipment and black elastic strap to hold the knife in position.
  • Special Para collectors edition
  • Overall length 11.62''
The Fairbairn Sykes dagger is a weapon well suited for silencing the enemy quickly and effectively. Otherwise known as the Stiletto knife, and most famously issued to the Commandos, it is just what they need in close quarter, one to one combat.
The knife was developed by Captains Fairbairn and Sykes in 1940. They had both served with the Shanghai Municipal Police and were experienced in martial arts which influenced the type of knife they considered the Commandos needed. Sykes idea was to create a knife that should be used delicately with surgical precision - ''as an artist uses his paint brush''. This classic design is what they came up with.
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