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Military Knives: A Reference Book by Trzaska, Silvey, Windrum, et al.

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Sixty-seven of the best military knife articles from Knife World’s last 20 years – a complete reference book for knives of the U.S., British, and Allied Forces, 19th century to today. Softcover, 256 pp.

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Sixty-seven of the best military knife articles from KNIFE WORLD’s last 20 years – a complete reference book for knives of the United States, British, and Allied Forces, 19th century to modern day. Authors include Frank Trzaska, Mike Silvey, William A. Windrum, Fred Bratmon, Steve Dick, Dennis Ellingsen, Bill Karsten, Don Lawrence, Dave Murphy, Harvey Reisberg, Eugene W. Stone, Richard White, and Bill Wright.

“…Anyone with the slightest interest in the subject of military knives is going to find this book a must reference… Knife World Books has done all of us a major service by gathering these articles into one easy to store volume.”
– Steven Dick, TACTICAL KNIVES magazine

“…easily one of the better items in its subject area…this is a book well worth having if one has any interest at all in military knives.”
– Jim Williamson, GUN WEEK

Softcover, 256 pp. ISBN 0-940362-18-X

TABLE OF CONTENTS
The Ames Rifleman’s Knife
The Model 1880 Hunting Knife
M1917/1918 Trench Knives
The M1918 Mark 1 Trench Knife
Knuckle Knives
U.S. Marine Fighting Knives
Case Military Knives
Western Cutlery’s WWII Legacy
The Mark I
The Colonial Mark I
The Mark 2
The Red Spacer KaBar Mark 2
Ontario’s Mark 2
The M3 Trench Knife
V-44, or is it?
Six Inch Utility Knives
The Case V-42 Stiletto
The Raider Stiletto
The OSS Stiletto
The Shanghai Fighting Knife
The Earliest Commandos
Evolution of the F-S Knife
F-S Knives With Wooden Grips
F-S Knives by Commonwealth Countries
Rare F-S Fighting Knife Variants
The Fair Sword
The Smatchet
Canadian Military Blades of WWII
Australian Steel and Aluminum
The Ranger Knife That Never Was
Theater Knives of WWII
Custom Makers of WWII
Aluminum Handle Knives
Sword Knives
Fighting Knives From Bayonets
Knives of John Ek
The Murphy Combat Knife
Taylor E. Huff, Patriot
The Messenger Fighting Knife
The Famous Jap Sticker
Herder’s Commando
Knives That Didn’t Cut It
Non Mag and Other Dive Knives
Navy Non Magnetic Dive Knives
Pilot Survival Knives
Marble’s Jet Pilot Knife
The Jet Pilots Survival Knife
Knives Born in Vietnam
Special Force Knives in Vietnam
SOG Knives
Randall Made Knives in Vietnam
History of the Gerber Mark II
Parsons’ Knuckle Knife
The MPK
Eight Dollar Mountain Foundry Knives
U.S. Military Folding Knives
Camillus Goes to War
KaBar’s TL-29
Colonial’s Giant Jack Knife
The Switchblade
The M2 Parachutist Knife
The MC-1 Hook Blade Knife
The MIL-K Knife
The Vietnam Demolition Knife
Canadian WWI Military Folders
Australian Military Folders
Collins U.S. Military Machetes

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