Fury Tactical 3 Angle Knife

September 14, 2014 - Comment

The Fury 3 Angle Knife from Joy Enterprises was banned from use during war by the Geneva Convention due to its deadly three sided blade. The three sided blade was originally used to penetrate heavy wool trench coats in hand to hand combat and it has now evolved into a work horse from outdoorsmen to

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The Fury 3 Angle Knife from Joy Enterprises was banned from use during war by the Geneva Convention due to its deadly three sided blade. The three sided blade was originally used to penetrate heavy wool trench coats in hand to hand combat and it has now evolved into a work horse from outdoorsmen to SWAT teams. The spike shape made of high grade German or Japanese carbon steel has unlimited uses. Thrower, pick, stake, weapon, window punch are just a few uses. We had one customer kill a shark with the blade while diving. This is a lifesaver.

Product Features

  • Blade: 3.50″ 440C Stainless Three Sided Blade
  • Nylon Concealed Carry Case
  • All Stainless Steel Construction
  • Full Length: 7.25″

Comments

AstroTurtle says:

A few clarifications The description says “banned from use during war by the Geneva Convention due to its deadly three sided blade”. This is a bit misleading. The knife wasn’t specifically banned, it falls under the blanket ban of weapons designed to cause ‘Superfluous injury or unnecessary suffering’. This is because of the shape of the wounds it leaves: The triangular punctures are A) hard for the body to deal with and B) Significantly harder for doctors to tend to. Indeed, there have been occasions where a…

Daniel Finkelstein says:

Fun Toy! After seeing a piece on the History Channel about blades of this type being used in WWI, I thought it would be a good addition to my hog hunting tools. I think it may be a bit short for large hogs, but saw no other three sided blades on the internet.Definitely an easily concealable personal protection device. The included sheath fits nicely on your forearm or ankle. BUT, in at least a couple of states I looked at, carrying this blade concealed is a felony… definitely check your…

B. Afraid says:

Get what you pay for. 0

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