Japan Rattler II boot knife 1980th Japanese clone of Gerber Mark I dagger. Original “boot clip” black leather sheath included; scarce type in unused condition – rare as such.
Rare smaller-size clone of the famous Gerber Mark I dagger. Made in the early 1980th in Japan. The dagger is in rare unused condition – VERY hard to find this nice. The dual-edge blade is razor-sharp; the tip is intact. The knife is about 6-1/2″ / 16.5 cm overall; the blade is about 3-1/4″ / 9.5 cm. The handle is solid cast aluminum painted gray; all parts are tight with zero play. The original black leather sheath is included; the stainless steel boot clip is nice and tight; the lower part of the clip is stamped JAPAN.
This Japan Rattler II boot knife is part of a small collection of vintage daggers I’ve recently purchased. You can check out the other daggers from this collection by clicking on the following tab: daggers. Also, I have a small but very interesting collection of various edged WW1 and WW2 era weapons available for sale. Don’t forget to check out our Militaria section for other WW1 and WW2 era combat knives, including German WW1 era trench knives, vintage USAF WW2 Pilot Knives and a couple of rare WW2 “OSS Drop” knives we offer for sale.
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