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During WWII in the Pacific, the leather grips used on many fighting knives rotted in the hot and humid climate. A sailor in the US Navy made new grips of salvaged aluminum from shot-down Japanese aircraft, including the infamous Zero. The new grips were a work of art and very functional, from the skull head cruncher to the cobra finger guard. Our high quality reproduction is made with a standard issue style blade from hand-forged high carbon steel that’s properly tempered for optimal strength, durability and edge holding qualities. Aluminum grip like the originals.
Comes with a standard issue style top-grained leather sheath that fits belts up to 3" wide.
Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®.