Hanging with the best from all world history, and second to none.
Here's a distant view of the museum display---Davis in the middle, with left and right compliments.
Her's a closer look at left compliment---Winchester
Right compliment includes fine Swiss clocks
A closeup view of the Davis museum display---featured left is application of patent to 31" broadsword. Center features application to a 12" hand knife, accompanied by interchangeable parts. Right side presents application of 4,458,420 to U.S. Army M-9 bayonet.
This detail from museum display emphasizes Davis' preference for using a clevis regarding application of patent, and that a clevis can be used in the M-9 bayonet hilt. (Such emphasis does not preclude use of other attachments, a rod in particular.)
A patent document yields classification as "state-of-the-art", a point to be taken while considering the U.S. Army "Letter Requirement", as provided on the page entitled "Patent, Something Special".
Here's a small sampling of area compliments, especially hand knives.
Area compliments also include splendid, classic firearms.
And of course Davis is in company of classic swords.
A classic Revolutionary uniform helps to establish true character.
Many thanks to the good people of Oklahoma, and opportunity herein provided.