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The John Nowill & Sons Ltd, Fairbairn Sykes Commando knife features a double edged 7" blade, serrated metal handle as well as a reinforced leather sheath. The British Commando Knife was made famous during World War II when it was issued to British Commandos, including the SAS
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SKU: RO-3412
Manufacturer: Sheffield Knives
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$129.36

Fairbairn Sykes Commando by Sheffield Knives

British Commando Knife

"made famous during the War when issued to British Commandos, including the SAS"

The Fairbairn-Sykes Fighting Knife is a double-edged knife with a foil grip developed by William Ewart Fairbairn and Eric Anthony Sykes in Shanghai before World War II, but made famous during the War when issued to British Commandos, including the SAS. Source: Wikipedia

The Blade

The blade on the John Nowill & Sons Ltd, Fairbairn Sykes Commando knife features a double edged black carbon steel blade.

Handle

The handle on this British Commando knife is made of non-magnetic alloy and the grip features 27 concentric rings and a crossed key trade mark. The pommel nut is hexagonal and the guard is stamped with "John Nowill & Sons Sheffield England" and an arrow symbol and a diamond with an H in the middle.

Leather Sheath

Black leather sheath with a 2 1/4" slots to pass a belt through. The sheath also has four small leather tabs (two on each side) to allow it to be sewn to equipment or clothing. The bottom of the sheath has a metal tip. The knife is secured to the sheath by use of an elastic which is stretched over the handle of the knife.

Features:
  • Double-Edged Blade
  • Serrated Metal Handle
  • Reinforced Leather Sheath
  • Blade Length 7"
  • Overall Length 11 1/2"
  • Made in the United Kingdom

Fairbairn Sykes Commando by Sheffield Knives

British Commando Knife

"made famous during the War when issued to British Commandos, including the SAS"

The Fairbairn-Sykes Fighting Knife is a double-edged knife with a foil grip developed by William Ewart Fairbairn and Eric Anthony Sykes in Shanghai before World War II, but made famous during the War when issued to British Commandos, including the SAS. Source: Wikipedia

The Blade

The blade on the John Nowill & Sons Ltd, Fairbairn Sykes Commando knife features a double edged black carbon steel blade.

Handle

The handle on this British Commando knife is made of non-magnetic alloy and the grip features 27 concentric rings and a crossed key trade mark. The pommel nut is hexagonal and the guard is stamped with "John Nowill & Sons Sheffield England" and an arrow symbol and a diamond with an H in the middle.

Leather Sheath

Black leather sheath with a 2 1/4" slots to pass a belt through. The sheath also has four small leather tabs (two on each side) to allow it to be sewn to equipment or clothing. The bottom of the sheath has a metal tip. The knife is secured to the sheath by use of an elastic which is stretched over the handle of the knife.

Features:
  • Double-Edged Blade
  • Serrated Metal Handle
  • Reinforced Leather Sheath
  • Blade Length 7"
  • Overall Length 11 1/2"
  • Made in the United Kingdom
Products specifications
LineBritish Commando Knife
DesignerFairbairn Sykes
Made InUnited Kingdom
Overall Length29.21 cm (11 1/2 in.)
WeightNot Available
Blade Length17.78 cm (7 in.)
Blade ThicknessNot Available
EdgeSharpened
Blade SteelNot Currently Available
Blade FinishNot Available
Blade ColourNot Available
Blade ShapeNot Available
Edge AngleNot Available
Blade Hardness (HRC)Not Available
Blade GrindNot Available
Blade StampNot Available
Handle MaterialAlloy
Handle ColourBlack
Sheath MaterialLeather
Sheath AttachmentBelt Loop
Sheath TypeElastic Around Handle
Sheath ColourBlack