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Fairbairn-Sykes Style Dagger


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Started this one last year sometime and spent the past couple of days making a sheath finishing up the details. Blade is about 7" light and fast clay hardened 1095. Blackened steel sculpted guard and pommel nut with sculpted brass washers and hammer textured ferrule. Turned bubinga handle. Scabbard is laminated millboard covered in pigskin with a frogged belt loop and copper chape and locket:

 

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let me know what you think...

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Cool!  I really like that interpretation. 

I'm the one odd duck who thinks the Fairbairn-Sykes is a bit homely looking (with all due respect to the significance of the design), but you have made one that I really like.

-Brian

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I love the look of this! I'm currently working on one as a departure gift for a friend. Ill be doing a similar look with the handle using black walnut. 

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Beautiful, love it.

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good ideas. The wood handle with the turning looks a little like my FS version 3 that is on the table next to me as I type (that and a kukri).

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