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WWI German Trench Knife

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A knife in the trench combat of WWI was a must. This copy is an example of the type of knife a soldier would buy privately and bring to war himself. It has a bayonet-style high carbon steel blade, well tempered,  that has been blackened and given a good edge. The metal grip is in the form of a stag horn while the whole hilt is blackened. The tough scabbard is all steel that has also been blackened to a deep luster. Can be seen in the book "Fighting Knives" by Frederick J. Stephens. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.  
  • Overall: 12-3/4"
  • Blade: 7-3/4"
  • Wt: 10 oz

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I would like to see Windlass make this knife in the white with real stag grip the way Boker would do it.
Reviewed by Robert  S