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Ceramic Paring Knife
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Ceramic blades have been touted as the holy grail of blade materials for years, but alas, they were often hard to find and when you could, they were expensive. Ceramics never need sharpening and never rust. Ergonomic plastic handle. Includes wood display box.
  • Overall: 7-3/8"
  • Blade: 3-1/2" long, 7/8" wide
  • Wt: 1 oz
1917 US Trench Knife
This 1917 US Trench Knife is a terrific replica for the collector or reenactor.  Made from an existing original, you can own the same thing for a fraction of the price. Made just like the originals with carbon steel, triangular blade/spike, hard wood grip and stamped steel knuckle bow with pyramid shaped protrusions. Includes OD green leather sheath with metal parts. Cannot ship to CA, DE, MA, NY.
    Crusader Priest Robe
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    Our Crusader Priest wears both the blood red front tabard of the Crusades as well as gold embroidered lion rampant of King Richard.  Heavy gold applique adorns the sleeves as well. This pure white, 100% cotton full robe comes with matching hood and cap. Dry clean only. Choose S/M or L/XL.

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    Kalashnikov Tactical
    Designed by Kalashnikov for Boker, this flat ground drop point blade (from remarkably tough AUS8 steel) is bead-blasted and a side button locks in both the open and closed positions. The blackened aluminum scales are textured with raised sections for a very positive non-slip grip. Has very secure side clip and an overall , easy to carry slim profile. Boker’s lifetime warranty.
    • Overall: 7-5/8"
    • Blade: 3-1/4"
    • Wt: 3.5 oz
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    Gambler’s Sword Cane
    This unique cane could have easily been found on the Riverboats of the Mississippi or the back gambling rooms of London during the late 1800’s. The sturdy construction allows it to be perfect for everyday use, but the devil is in the details. The ornate cane head and fittings have been lavishly plated in sterling silver, while the center of the handle is a 3-1/2" piece of spiral-carved black horn. The top of the head has been adorned with an enameled ace of spades, surrounded by the other suits of a deck. Unscrewing the top reveals a small hidden pair of bone dice, perfect for that impromptu game of chance. And, should one find his or her self on the losing end of the game, simply pull the cane apart to reveal a deadly, hidden triangular blade. One side of this strong blade has been lavishly acid-etched with fine period scroll work and the saying, “My Good Luck Charm.” A strong aluminum shaft, powder-coated in black, with anti-skid rubber foot, round out this amazing piece. Not meant to be used for medical purposes. Cannot ship to AR, CA, MA, NY or Canada. Cannot use Paypal for payment method. Also available without sword