Most people know about my obsession with rubber based weapons, but in fact I love blades, too. Over the years I have assembled quite a collection and thought I'd show it to you guys. To make this more interesting I will try to present one knife every day, as long as it lasts (which will be quite a while). After I am through, I hope that maybe one of the other knife lovers here will take over and present HIS collection. Ideally, this thread can go on for a loooong time. Anyway, here is my first one. A Fairbairn-Sykes dagger, with a folded blade. The handle seems to be brass, and probably was gold plated some time ago. The weapon is not in perfect shape. The blade is a bit pitted, and the gold plating is worn off in places. The blade is sharp and the tip very pointy, though... The sheath is leather, and does not match the knife in general. The button on the latch says "Great Seal Of The State Of Oklahoma", followed by a year that could be 1901. Of course the FS dagger wasn't designed before 1941, so this is a clear mismatch. Overall it is a nice piece, unusual enough for my collection. The handle is too small for my meaty paw, though - but that is generally the case with FS daggers.