Robbins Knuckle Knife
Here's another bash and slash weapon from those sensitive souls at Robbins of Dudley. This is a reproduction of a two stall knuckle knife with a blackened, dagger blade 5 5/8" long. The blade was hand forged from a file and the aluminum handle was cast in place. I should note that the pattern with these British knuckle knives was to engineer them to be used to best effect in the overhand, "icepick" style of grip. The idea being that if one is punched in the jaw, on the follow-through the blade slashes their throat. Lovely thought. This example in particular, is only really comfortable when held in this manner. Includes a sewn and riveted cowhide sheath.
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