It was a regular Miles Falcon (think pre-war Piper Cherokee) converted to flight test the low speed handling qualities of the wings and tail of the
Miles M.52 supersonic aircraft then in development. The name deriving from the "razor sharp" thin surfaces that were like nothing seen before.
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