Bojni nož

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Bojni nož je borilni nož, ki se ga uporablja izključno za vojaško uporabo in je v prvi vrsti namenjen za goloroki boj ali pri boju iz bližine.[1][2][3] Bojni oziroma vojaški noži se po koncu pozicijskih vojn sekundarno uporabljajo tudi za odstranjevanje listja, sekanje vej, odpiranje zabojev itd., zato se ga včasih prime ime "vojni-delovni nož".[4][5]


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Sklici[uredi | uredi kodo]

  1. Peterson, Harold L., Daggers and Fighting Knives of the Western World, Courier Dover Publications, ISBN 0-486-41743-3, ISBN 978-0-486-41743-1 (2001), p. 80: "Right at the outset trench knives were introduced by both sides during World War I, so that the common soldier was once again equipped with a knife designed primarily for combat."
  2. Burton, Walter E., Knives For Fighting Men, Popular Science, July 1944, Vol. 145 No. 1, p. 150: A combat knife is specifically designed for military use, and is thus a more restrictive category than that of a fighting knife or tactical knife, either of which may include knives designed for civilian use. Thus, a bowie knife designed for civilian sale and use may be termed a fighting knife, but not a combat knife, while the U.S. Army's M3 trench knife, designed specifically for the military for close-quarters fighting, is both a combat knife and a fighting knife.
  3. Catalog of Standard Ordnance Items, Washington, D.C: U.S. Army Ordnance Publications (1943)
  4. Walker, Greg (1993). Battle Blades: A Professional's Guide to Combat/Fighting Knives. Boulder, Colo.: Paladin Press. str. 130. ISBN 0-87364-732-7.
  5. Pacella, Gerard (2002). 100 Legendary Knives. Iola, Wis.: Krause Publications. ISBN 0-87349-417-2.