Jagdkommando Tri- Dagger : Built for the kill

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  1. Kunal Biswas

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    The above dagger is called the Jagdkommando Integral Tri-Dagger Fixed Blade Knife. It’s salient feature is that its impressive looking try-edged blade twists, so that you don’t have to. See, it’s one thing to stab something, but if you really want to go for the kill, you twist that blade around when it’s in there. This dagger saves you a step. It also doubles as a glass breaker, with the sheath becoming the breaker’s handle. It’s an impressive looking piece of kit.

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    The Jagdkommando, they argue, happens to be a better dagger. We’re siding with the latter group, as many weapons exist for the sole purpose of killing: guns with hollow-point bullets, sniper rifles or even the WASP knife, to only name a few.

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    You put these in some body, He is dead..
     
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    It looks deadly

    How will it compare with the Commando Knife or the Khukri
     
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    You look at the deign and you can guess..
     
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    TDEKnives.com Microtech Wicked Jagdkommando

    Microtech Jagdkommando Knife MT105

    The Microtech Jagdkommando Knife is named after the Austrian Armed Special Forces group. Milled from a solid piece of stainless steel, the blade features three sharpened edges that twist. At the tip of the blade, the grooved faces meet in one sharp point. The handle and the cap both feature a waffle texture. On the handle, the "waffles" are about 1/10 of an inch and on the sheath they are about 3/8". The handle is hollow and the butt can 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. On the sheath, there is a belt loop that features the serial number and the manufacture date. This fantastic Microtech knife is sure to sell quickly--get yours while they last.
     
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    Microtech Jagdkommando Knife Fixed Blade

    Microtech Jagdkommando for sale - Blade HQ

    Jagdkommando is the name of the Austrian Armed Special Forces Operations group, an elite group.

    The Microtech Jagdkommando is a unique knife that has been milled from a solid piece of stainless steel! The blades three sharpened edges twist as they come to a point while the grooved faces feature drilled holes that flow seamlessly together. The hollow handle has a waffle texture and threaded end cap.

    To house the blade, Microtech developed an aluminum "sheath" cover that screws over the blade. The cover has a belt loop with model, manufacture date and serial number. This is the limited production version of the popular Marfione custom.

    Specifications:
    Overall Length: 12.75"
    Blade Length: 7.125"
    Handle Length: 5.25"
    Weight: 16.6 oz.
    Total Weight: 24 oz.
     
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    Pretty good.

    It even has holes in the blade for the blood to flow!
     
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    Kunal SIr A khukri is perhaps more useful in a Knife Fight
    Maybe because it has a broad and Heavy blade and can be swung freely by a soldier

    You may perhaps remember how an Indian army soldier killed
    DACOITS in the train by his Khukri

    This knife though deadly has to be stabbed and pulled out

    Khukri is like a small sword

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2c/Kukri.jpg

    Khukri gives freedom of movement
     
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    Truly Piece of art..

    Brilliant deign..
     
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    Nice weapon. Does the civilian law given any permission for the civilians to have knives of this sort?
     
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    I think its allowed..

    In India, Every state have its own rules regarding keeping blades, In US it matter kind of dagger but in India blade is blade...
     
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    I think there is a legal limit to the size of a knife that can be carried.
     
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    how about knuckle dusters. is it legal in India
     
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    nice, I just looked up amazon ... a small matter of $800. :)
     
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