Jagdkommando Integral Tri-Dagger Fixed Blade Knife

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Jagdkommando Integral Tri-Dagger Fixed Blade Knife
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11 Comments to Jagdkommando Integral Tri-Dagger Fixed Blade Knife

  1. Blade HQ still has several variations in stock but the price is mid to high $800.00. I was able to get mine for a lot less as my supplier was worried that ones he had in stock were just going to sit there. Little did he know how much in demand these would be to the “high end” collector. Marfione of course used his ideas to build a great company! When I bought mine I thought the MSRP was lower. Ya snooze ya loose…

  2. Furthermore, the four conventions of 1949 were ratified by the United States however the two protocols of 1977 were not.

  3. I have one…they are available from Microtech Knives. Not sure but I was told the small production run is over but they are available from Microtech at $798.00.
    BTW, ask yourselves how can they be illegal? A knife is a knife!

  4. Good Grief people.  None of the *four* Geneva conventions have anything to do with weapons. The Geneva conventions lay out the rule set for the treatment of NON-COMBATANTS by signatories.

  5. Violates the Geneva convention…  Who the sam monkey fuck says that, really?  God, kill yourself you idiot.  A comment like that makes me want to stab babies with this just to watch you cry, queer.

  6. I’m fairly certain this knife violates several human rights laws… The Geneva Convention outlawed bayonets that had more than two major sides, such as the crucifix bayonet issued to many Russian soldiers during WW2. Granted this isn’t a bayonet, or a knife that will be used in warfare, but I see major lawsuits abounding if this knife is truly on the market.

    • Neoncamouflage

      It violates the Geneva Convention in terms of weaponry used during war time, yes. But to own at home as a collectible, it would certainly depend on your local laws.

    • The Geneva convention doesn’t apply except to soldiers in war…
      Case in point, soldiers are prohibited from using hollow-point bullets, but civilians and police use them almost exclusively (except for target shooting)

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