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Here's a couple I have. The 1st one's a Wilkinson Commando 1940-45 commemorative and the 2nd is a Jonathan Crookes & Son Devil's Brigade 1942-44 commemorative. Both are numbered 37. The F/S knives were all beautiful.













 

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I have added a lot of new material to my website on Fairbairn Sykes commando knives. Stop by and check it out.
http://www.fairbairnsykesfightingknives.com/index.html
I have read your site before and was inpressed with the info and knowledge provided. Do you have any experience with the GUNG-HO knives made by ESA-Swords?

http://www.esa-swords.com/gunghoknivessheaths/gungho7knives.html

I have wanted to add a FS style knife to my collection and was considering one of their knives. I have not found any reviews online about them. As a matter of fact, searching for them was how I found your site.
 

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I cannot say much about the gung-ho knives since I have not handled one personally. I am not too impressed with the look of them and I may be wrong but I think the blades are made in china so you might want to check with them. Sorry to take so long to get back to you.
 

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Gunsmoke 11 what a nice collection of knives. Thanks for sharing them.
 
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