Top 10 Dangerous Navel Knifes

by Marc De Laria
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Top 10 Dangerous Navel Knifes

Naval weapons are one of the used arms when it comes to war and battles. They are perfectly created for the purpose of military services among the personnel.  However, as years go by, each of these weapons are developed to become more functional, making it usable at any purpose such as for chopping branches, cutting things many more survival needs.

That’s the reason why there are some people out there who would legally equip themselves with this weaponry even when they’re not part of the military. Of course, there are still others who would illegally carry it as a form of self-defense and support for their strength.

Each weapon may probably look the same in the common eyes. But looking closer, there are some minimal distinctive features in its shape, function, thickness, length, etc. In buying these weapons, there are others who specifically look for one detail. Sometimes, they would prefer its accessibility. There are times when the buyer would also examine its sheath or blade.  It actually all depends upon the buyer.

These weapons may help you survive in case you get lost. It will also be handy for some camping, and into survival mode of living. Most of all, naval weapons can be the very best support when it comes to self-defense.

Yes they are all unsafe to use. But here are the most dangerous navel knives that you should be aware of:

10. BC – 41

BC – 41Landing on the tenth spot as the world’s most dangerous weapon is the knuckle duster/dagger BC-41. This defense is perfect for close combat and unexpected ambush attack. Because of its upside down blade, BC – 41 would sometimes be referred to as the “throat cutter”. Its blade measures 5 ¾” long and is forged from steel. If you worry that you mind the wrong knuckle duster, BC – 41 is engraved at its aluminum-made handle. Way back in during World War II, BC – 41 was very famous among the British Commandos. It was so popular that it even underwent more developments and modifications that they would refer to it as WW2 BC-41 British Commando knife.

9. Push Dagger

Push DaggerPush Dagger landed number 9 among the dangerous naval weapons we have. With the T-handle design, this short-bladed dagger makes it easier to grasp the weapon in the hand. Push Dagger has always been popular in close-combat for both military forces and civilians. With its palm-sized measurements, Push Daggers can be carried discreetly and may be unnoticeable to attackers. It was perfectly built this size to prepare you in a fight faster than the usual size weapons. I’s handle may be placed between the 2nd and 3rd finger, making it smooth to carry. You’re just like giving punches. But with a blade.

8. SOG Seal Knife 2000

SOG Seal Knife 2000As for the eight spot, SOG Seal Knife 2000 is considered the number 8 dangerous weapon in the world. It is said to be the highest rank knife among the most specialized elite military group, US navy SEAL. According to the manufacturer, SOG Seal Knife 2000 has undergone many tests and evaluations to be approved by the government. According to SOG Knives Collector, the SOG Seal 2000 Knife features 7″ partially serrated blade, powder-coated for low reflectivity, grippy Zytel handle for chemical and flame resistance, AUS-6 steel for saltwater resistance and tactical jump-rated kydex sheath with “groove” for easy cutting of cords.

7. Fairbairn-Sykes Fighting Knife

Fairbairn-Sykes Fighting KnifeFairbairn-Sykes Fighting Knife took the number seven spot among the most dangerous naval weapons in the world. Following the success of BC – 41, Fairbairn-Sykes Fighting Knife is more popular especially among the British Commandos during World War II. This double-edged fighting knife actually resembles a dagger or a poignard. It measures 11.5 inches (29cm) with the blade of 7 inches (18cm) long. Everything about Fairbairn-Sykes Fighting Knife is also metal from its hilt all the way to its head. Dated back since 1941, Fairbairn-Sykes Fighting Knife is still in the service as of today. Obviously why it is still taking a spot in this chart.

6. Fixation Bowie

Fixation BowieJust so you know, in the classic literature Dracula, the vampire was killed by a bowie knife. As for number 6, one of the most dangerous knives in the world is the Fixation Bowie. “Seamless fits between blade and cross guard, wrap-around checkered handles, blade grooves, thumb notches, spanner nuts, and crossguard cutouts all say this knife is as distinctive as you are,” is what the SOG Knives has to say with the Fixation series. Its Kraton-made handle is perfect for a grip, as well. Fixation Bowie overall measures 12.25 inches with the blade of seven inches. If you’re looking for it on Amazon, well, here’s a tip: it has a lifetime warranty.

5. LHR Combat Knife

LHR Combat KnifeAlmost half of the countdown, the LHR Combat Knife took the fifth spot for the world’s most dangerous naval weapons. Some people would say that if you have a weak heart that’s into cute and handy knives, this is not the one you’re looking for. LHR Combat Knife has a total measurement of 12.5 inches with 6.87 inches of blade made of 440C steel. The blade is also made of matte to prevent reflections in case you don’t want to be seen. As for the hilt, it has a durable grip that would be suitable whether you’re wearing gloves or not.

4. Bundeswehr Advanced Combat Knife (BW-ACK)

Bundeswehr Advanced Combat Knife (BW-ACK)Bundeswehr Advanced Combat Knife (BW-ACK) is considered as the fourth most dangerous naval weapon in the world. The knife was made from Germany, and Germans prepared for any type of environment as it is chemical resistant. Most people would say that this is the best combat weapon out there. With a total of 12 inches long, Bundeswehr Advanced Combat Knife (BW-ACK) has a blade that is 7 inches in length. It can also hold a temperature of – 40 ° C to + 80 ° C. Besides its purpose in a battle, Bundeswehr Advanced Combat Knife (BW-ACK) is also for bottle opener, universal saw, screwdriver and adjustable wire cutters.

3. M-9 Bayonet

M-9 BayonetThe third most dangerous navel weapon is the M-9 bayonet. This knife is also a multi-purpose weapon, perfect for any situation. M-9 bayonet has a total length of 12 inches with a blade of 7 inches long. This weapon was made by Charles A. “Mickey” Finn way back in 1984 and was inspired after the Russian AKM Type I bayonet and was developed through the years. M-9 bayonet was also created for attachment on M-16 rifles among the military weaponry. You must probably see this weapon in some games such as Counter Strike and related. At least virtually, you’re using one of the dangerous weapons.

2. Eickhorn Advanced Combat Knife

Eickhorn Advanced Combat KnifeThe second most dangerous naval weapon is the Eickhorn Advanced Combat Knife. It is generally created to exceed the demands of Mil and NATO standards among the German Forces. If you’re planning to buy this combat knife, there are more packages waiting for you as it comes with a universal saw, wire stripper and bottle opener. It has an adjustable wire with its sheath, making it rotatable and accessible when it comes to belt carry, combat vest carry, or MOLLE carry. Eickhorn Advanced Combat Knife overall measurement is 355mm long with .6mm thick, 175mm in length blade. This is also considered as the most popular German weapon.

1. Gerber Mark II

Gerber Mark IIIt may have been shut down in 2000; the production went back in July 2008. Since then the Gerber Mark II has become the most dangerous weapon in the world. The Gerber Mark II was actually pulled off in the market because of its “too ferocious” look. The production was then restored after adding more features and development that it became a survival knife.  Gerber Mark II has an overall length of 12 inches with 6.75 inches of blade.  It will definitely stand out among the others because of the GERBER marker engraved on its side. This may have been considered as the most dangerous weapon but Gerber Mark II is even included in the paratrooper’s kit.

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