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KNF026

British 3rd pattern Commando dagger (J.Nowill & Sons) Sheffield made

The British Commando dagger was issued to WW2 British Army Airborne soldiers, Royal Marine commandos and army commando during World War Two.

Stamped on the cross guard

  • War Arrow
  • J Nowill & Sons
  • Sheffield
  • England


This is the 3rd pattern model issued from 1942 to the 1980's

  • leather scabbard with metal tip guard
  • Blackened steel blade

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    £49.99
    £41.66 EXC VAT

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The British Commando dagger was issued to WW2 British Army Airborne soldiers, Royal Marine commandos and army commando during World War Two.

Stamped on the cross guard

  • War Arrow
  • J Nowill & Sons
  • Sheffield
  • England


This is the 3rd pattern model issued from 1942 to the 1980's

  • leather scabbard with metal tip guard
  • Blackened steel blade
  • Ribbed handle
  • Hex pommel nut
  • Blade length 17.5cms
  • Overall length 29.5cms
  • The Commando dagger still made in England by an original contractor.
Weight: 300 grams
Service: Array
Type: Fixed/Sheath

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  • When carrying or using a knife, there are a few simple laws which may apply to you that you should be aware of:-
  • You can carry a small folding (non locking) pocket knife with a cutting edge of less than 3" in any place in theUKthat doesn’t have specific restrictions against pointed instruments e.g. airports
  • If you need to use a locking knife for added safety, or a fixed bladed knife then you may be required to give ‘good reason’ for carrying it if asked to do so by a Police Officer. Good reason may include, pursuit of a leisure activity e.g. re-enactment, fishing, camping, hunting, or as a tool of work or trade e.g. military, joiner, plumber or delivery driver.
  • Carry and use your knife responsibly. A knife is a tool and an everyday object that should not be used irresponsibly.

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