In the darker days of WWII, the fighting spirit of some civilians under occupation exceeded their material means to wage war. In other words: plenty of will, not enough weapons. But they found a way.
Inspiration and implements were both provided by the OSS, SOE and other Allied organizations. This is where the Liberator pistol was born, along with the now-familiar arsenal of covert weapons (like lapel and sleeve daggers). One particular tool is less commonly known, but no less effective at putting holes in people who deserve it: the Pitchfork Tine Dagger.
It was relatively easy to make from a commonly available tool, and represents the creativity of turning something innocuous into a weapon.
We updated this design for the 21st century while staying true to the originals:
This is a weapon. There is no utility use for this dagger (not even pitching hay). What started as a historical experiment turned into a very cool piece that is surprisingly comfortable to carry even if it's not entirely practical.
Designed and Manufactured in USA at the CPG worQshop
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