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H.G. long & Co FS style fighting knife

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    Default H.G. long & Co FS style fighting knife

    This seems to be a commemorative or replica of some sort. Anyone know how old it is? I read somewhere maybe manufactured during the 90's?

    Is this common or rare?
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    Default Re: H.G. long & Co FS style fighting knife

    Yes, 1990's - sold/marketed through the 'EK Commando Knife Company',
    located in Richmond Va., as I recall.

    I have some sales literature about this knife from them. I suspect H.G. Long
    made quite a few of them, so I do not think they are particularly rare,
    but rather uncommon. They are one of the 'better quality' replicas.
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Default Re: H.G. long & Co FS style fighting knife

    What were they charging for this when they were still selling them? I don't see it now on their web site.

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    Default Re: H.G. long & Co FS style fighting knife

    I thought I had, and cannot find the ad just now, but I will keep looking.
    I know they were over $100.

    'Ek' was bought out by 'Blackjack Knives' but I don't know
    if they are still in business today.....
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Bob B
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    Default Re: H.G. long & Co FS style fighting knife

    Ek is still in business in Richmond. They make the Fairbairn-Sykes Mark II. It is a beauty. Web site is Ek Commando Knife Company - Collectible Military Fighting Knives and Blades.

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