Textured and grooved black zytel handle, that has Gerber Logo on both sides with integral guard. Original copy from Gerber on the set reads: "These are very special Gerber Mark I and Mark II knives. Heavy duty, bowie clip point blade made from 1/4 inch stock. This knife is a basically a smaller version of the Gerber LMF. Gerber Legendary Blades Knife "Desert LMF II Infantry". The patented, integrated sharpener means edge retention in the field. Limited Edition Gerber Legendary Blades Knife "35th Anniversary Mark I Dagger". Gerber Mark I and Mark II Presidents Collection Stag Presentation dagger knife set in solid walnut presentation box. Comes with original full length heavy leather belt sheath and in nice zip up pouch. This knife is an old simple yet high quality and functional heavy duty hunting knife by Gerber. Built from a full tang piece of rugged 12C27 Sandvik stainless steel, the Gerber Prodigy model 22-01121 is modeled from the ever-popular LMF knife. Former military man, Jeff Freeman led the charge to engineer this fearless new 10" survival knife. This knife is as adaptable as the personnel who carry it. Smartly situated grooves and lashing holes let the LMF II convert to a spear.
WWII Australian Commando Stiletto, marked "D^D / WE" at the ricasso on one side and "1 ^" on the other. This knife has an alloy type handle and a blue blade. As most of you know, part of the enjoyment of collecting military knives is in the sharing of information with your fellow collectors. The blade is 7 3/4" long and marked "Bone / Lubbock, Tex." inside his trademark Dogbone mark at the ricasso. The sheath is unmarked, but no doubt made by Johnson (who made sheaths for Randall). If you have been in the hobby for any length of time you are also aware that interests change and collections evolve. The double edge blade is 7 3/4" long and made from a file. This exact knife is pictured on page 79 of Mike Silvey's WWII Book.. As you can see, there is a lot of Randall influence in the knife.. These knives were issued to the British Commandos prior to the introduction of the F-S Knife. there are other cheaper better knives out there this one just holds collector value I hope info helps Military use is stabbing. The ones made in Oregon and made of brass with inlaid wood.Can slash too, but that's probably not what the serrations are for. Length is good for reaching vital organs and key blood vessel junctions. I will take my Randall #12 with a #14 grind for any serious work. I like them for camp knives and for small game and fish. The Gerber Mk II berfore 1975 are what the collectors look for the most.