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Boker Kalashnikov Tactical Folding Knife

#403207
This tactical knife is made of tough AUS8 steel, sports blackened aluminum scales on a textured, non slip grip. Overall 7-5/8 inches.
$49.95

Cold Steel Ti-Lite 6" Aluminum Handle Tactical Folding Knife

#403455
Ti-Lite® tactical folder from Cold Steel is based on the classic 1950's-styled switchblade. It features Japanese AUS 8A stainless steel blade with a bead blast finish, razor sharp edge and a sturdy, needle sharp point. Overall 13 inches with a 6 inch blade.
$119.95

Dragonfly Wakizashi

#501249
This classic Japanese battle sword has a thick, wide, heavy and curved 1055 carbon steel blade. Handle features teal-green silk cord-wrap and black samé (ray skin) with black iron furniture. Comes with two protective bags. Overall 31-1/2 inches.
$374.95

Roper Sand Viper Folding Knife - Set of 2

#404265
Set of 2 Roper folding knives with multiple blades - Stockman and Trapper. Made of hand finished, 1065 high carbon steel, these knives have nickel silver bolsters, brass liners and real jigged bone scales.
$39.95

Sitting Bull Bust Statue

#804895
This bust captured in cold cast resin and then plated in a bronze finish for a metal look and feel.
$78.95

Spyderco Polestar PlainEdge Folding Knife

#404315
This knife has a leaf-shaped blade crafted from CTS® BD1 stainless steel and a non-slip, textured gray G-10 handle scales. Features Liner Lock mechanism. Overall: 7.81 inches
$79.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Roper Sand Viper Folding Knife - Set of 2

Fit and finish excellent. Went right into my collection
Reviewed by: Robert, April 30, 2017

Review of: USMC Coyote Scales Folder

A serious heavy-duty knife made for serious heavy-duty work.
Reviewed by: Michael, October 01, 2016

Review of: Dragonfly Wakizashi

Great workmanship, balance, edge and perfect reproduction of "old" wakazashi, i.e., pre-nineteenth century.
Reviewed by: Harold, September 01, 2012