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BC-41 Commando Knife
TypeCombined knuckleduster and dagger
Place of originUnited Kingdom
Service history
Used byBritish Commandos
WarsWorld War II
LengthAbout 8-12 inches

The BC-41 was a combined knuckleduster and dagger weapon used by the British Commandos during World War II for close combat and ambushes. Although effective, it was eventually replaced by the Fairbairn–Sykes fighting knife.[1]

See also


  1. ^ "British BC41 Fighting Knife | Swords and Knives | Stronghold Nation". Retrieved 2023-12-31.

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