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V42 Military Stiletto Dagger with Sheath 2 For 1
17 BK2140FOLD
$19.99
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  • Razor-sharp, double -edged stiletto blade
  • Stacked leather handle with cast thumb notches
  • Includes custom leather sheath
  • Measures: 7 1/4" blade; 12 5/8" overall

This Item Cannot Ship to the Following States: NH, NJ, CA, MA


The V-42 was designed in part by the Commanding Officer of the First Special Service Force, The Devil's Bridgade; Lt. Colonel Robert T. Frederick. The knife was designed and constructed with the sole purpose of battle in mind. This knife was the trademark weapon of the Devil's Brigade, and its members were trained extensively in the use of the V-42. Our historically accurate replica features a stacked leather handle like the original, as to be easily handled in cold weather. Each dagger offers a razor-sharp, double-edged stiletto blade that pierces through even tough materials with ease. Thumb notches are cast into the handle above the guard to keep the knife from slipping when wet or wearing gloves. You will receive two V42 Military Stiletto Daggers with this purchase. BK2140


Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 3.25 out of 5
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dull Reviewed by sethon smith on Oct 13, 2015   2 out of 5

now these are dull as hell and my friends have concluded this with me we tried this against a old punching bag and it could not slash and even stabbing took too much effort we compared it to a 12 dollar pocket knife and it slashed better and even stabbed better and even the handle moves and after sharpening it for a hour it is still dull



Nice Looking Reviewed by Robert Gamble on Oct 10, 2015   2 out of 5

These are really nice looking, need a little "Tweeking" loose handles on them fixed with some leather cord added to the handle and screwed the end cap back on better. but fun for the price, there are always letters to open, Let me at that mail!



meh Reviewed by outdoorsman123 on Feb 18, 2015   2 out of 5

Got 2 for the BOGO sale. The original V-42 is good. This copy has problems. The blade significantly narrows to 1/4inch going into the handle. The stacked leather is already loose on one of them. Not a combat ready knife as this would snap in half at the guard if any significant pressure was put on it at either side.....but makes an awesome letter opener.



A great buy for a great knife Reviewed by Terry L Smith on Feb 09, 2015   5 out of 5

I purchased this knife, as a replacement for a 'made in pah-kee-stan' copy of a Fairbairn Sykes knife, that had the blade mounted off it's longitudinal axis, and with a 15 degree yaw. (Great QC job, eh?) I needed an American-designed knife for a set purpose, and I did not wish to employ my USAF-acquired pilot's knife, for it can be an intimidating piece of metal, to an untrained eye. Therefore, I ordered the Model V-42. I have handled the similar Aaron Banks Commemorative model, and found the blade to fit my hand well, and to 'be quick in the wrist', as some might say, but the scabbard, though to the original design, was a tad too long, for table placement. Another plus, for this particular model.



Decent Reviewed by Tim on Jan 09, 2015   4 out of 5

Well I first came across this knife because I had been watching a military program on the real version if this knife. When I found this replica I figured why not, 2 for 1. When I got the knives they were disappointing. They were not even clise to razor sharp, and you can tell they were cheaply sharpened. One of the knives I recieved was fine, the only problem was a loose hilt, I only had to unscrew the end to tighten it. Before I forget I was disappointed with the stacked leather handle. AS for the other one is was going to return it, The only reason I didn't was because I chose to think I got this one for free. The tip of the blade was bent, not even close to razor sharp, had to tighten the handle, and the hand guard left a gap between the blade and the handle which can be fixed. Over all I guess I was happy though I got what I wanted, BUT not nearly what I was a hoping to get.



NOT WHAT I THOUGHT Reviewed by JOE on Jan 07, 2015   2 out of 5

LOOKS GOOD BUT WAY TOO THIN AT TIP TO BE USED AS A WEAPON.ONE OF MINE ARRIVED BENT AT TIP



REPORT POST 88 Reviewed by SGT DAN BELEW on Dec 17, 2014   5 out of 5

SIR! MY REPORT ON THE ABOVE-NAMED WEAPON AND ACTION TAKEN IS AS FOLLOWS: THE ARMORER, CORP. HAWKS AND I FOUND THE DAGGER TO BE AN EXACT DUPLICATE OF THE ONE ISSUED TO COL. FREDERICKS' FIRST SPECIAL SERVICE FORCE IN 1942. THIS RANGER UNIT WAS DUBBED "THE DEVIL'S BRIGADE" BY IT'S WEHRMACHT OPPONENT IN ITALY. THE ARMY, IN IT'S WISDOM, DECORATED THEM AND THEN DISBANDED THE UNIT. WE FIND THIS ONE TO BE AS GOOD AS THE 1942 KNIFE. THE PRICE ON THIS FINE WEAPON WAS LESS THAN 4 DOLLARS EACH ON BOGO AND AFTER DISCOUNTS. WE PURCHASED 40 OF THESE AND WILL ISSUE ONE TO EACH MEMBER OF OUR AMERICAN LEGION UNIT. I DON'T EXPECT OUR AGING MEMBERSHIP TO USE THEM IN COMBAT MUCH. BUT AIN'T IT NICE!! THAT,SIR, IS MY REPORT. DAN BELEW, SGT. COMMANDING THE FIRING SQUAD.



What I Expected Reviewed by Mike Simon on Dec 11, 2014   4 out of 5

I ordered this knife because I liked the look and the option of a long bladed dagger. It is what I expected. I really like the stacked leather handle as it will not slip if the handle gets wet. Leather sheath is of better quality than I expected. I guess my only disappointment would be that I have a different definition of Razor Sharp.



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