WWII Combat Machete

ID#: 803410

Price: $94.95 

WWII Combat Machete


WWII Combat MacheteWWII Combat MacheteWWII Combat Machete
  • Factory Edge - Price: $94.95 
  • Factory Edge w/ Initials - Price: $99.95 
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This battle-ready replica is based on an original in our collection. The heavy-duty hand forged high carbon steel blade is 3/16" thick with a 3/16" thick full tang and close-grained hardwood scales fastened with 3 thick brass pins. Blade is sharpened all the way around the front edge a couple of inches back on the reverse edge. Comes with a high-quality leather sheath that’s finished in a warm satin brown finish. The throat of the scabbard is brass lined and is sewn with waxed linen thread. Has standard web belt hanger that’s both sewn and riveted for added strength. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.
  • Overall: 16-1/2"
  • Blade: 11-1/4" long
  • Wt: almost 2 lbs
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1. frank on 8/4/2012, said:

This combat machete is more than worth the asking price. This is a heavy beast with a nice wooden handle plus a very nice cutting edge. If I was ever to need a blade for self defense this would be my first choice.
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2. Anonymous User on 8/18/2010, said:

it seems that the original that I had was 1/4 thick, it did great work cutting down banana suckers, it was called a corpman's knife back then
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3. Anonymous User on 5/28/2010, said:

USMC is missing on the blade...great for minesweeping!
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4. Denise on 5/23/2009, said:

I HAVE AN ORIGINAL ALSO THIS ONE IS MISSING QUITE A FEW LETTERS DON'T YOU THINK?????????????
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5. Anonymous User on 5/16/2009, said:

I also have an original and though somewhat heavier thab most machetes this is a first rate tool for survival or outdoor activities.
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