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20th Century War Knives, Daggers & Swords

Unique cutting tools and weapons that exhibit how brutal and elegant the cutting had become. From the trenches to the all out frontal assaults you will find an array of collectible pieces from around the world both original and expertly crafted reproductions.

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1917 US Trench Knife

#420007
This replica of the Trench Knife is made 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.
$114.95

Applegate-Fairbairn Combat II Dagger

#403193
Boker's reissue of the original design of the Applegate-Fairbairn Combat Knife. The full tang blade is from very tough 440C bead-blasted steel. The brass guard is bead-blasted. The grip is virtually indestructible injection molded black nylon.
$149.95

British WWI Robbins of Dudley Fighting Knife

#403244
These are WWI close quarters fighting knives. The high carbon double edged blade is very sharp. Aluminium hilted, these knives were normally held with the blade pointed downward. Includes standard top-grain leather scabbard.
$59.95

British WWI Robbins of Dudley Push Dagger

#403246
These WWI, close quarters fighting knives were designed for stabbing from behind with a natural movement with the high carbon steel blade held horizontal to the ground. Includes standard top-grain leather scabbard sewn with waxed linen thread and brass hardware.
$59.95

DRK WWII Officer’s Dagger

#403622
Also known as a Red Cross Leader Hewer, this museum quality dagger features a steel nickel-plated blade and silver/red embroidered dagger knot.
$109.95

Fairbairn Sykes Commando Knife

#402538
This knife was the preferred commando weapon in World War II for both the U.S. and British Commonwealth Forces. Overall 11-3/8 inches.
$59.95

Foreign Legion Paratroopers Knife

#420017
Our WWII Foreign Legion Paratroopers Knife has an aluminium grenade handle and paratrooper markings on the blackened high carbon steel blade and sheath.
$59.95

German Army Officer WWII Dagger

#403621
A 1935 issue, this Army Officer Dagger was designed by Paul Casburg. This replica features an all steel nickel-plated blade complete with correct orange grip and nickel-plated steel scabbard.
$89.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: 1917 US Trench Knife

I am very pleased with the quality. Great attention to detail. I bought it for the history behind it for my collection and was not disappointed.
Reviewed by: don, April 19, 2018

Review of: German WWII Navy Diver's Knife

I happen to have a good friend whose Dad served during WW2.  The Dad was able to bring back one of these German Diver's Knife as a souvenir.  This reproduction is as close to the original as can be.  The only downside is that the thing weighs a ton (being all metal).  In the water the weight wouldn't matter.  On Land, it's a moose.
Reviewed by: Sam, January 24, 2018

Review of: Russian Kindjal

I just bought this sword presharpened and I love it,I put it on diamond and ceramic stones
Reviewed by: Mike, December 29, 2017

Review of: WWI Belgian Trench Knife

This is a very attractive dagger with all metal parts having a bronze finish. The blade is not sharp but should sharpen easily. The sheath is all metal and very heavy duty. It does not hold the as blade as securely as I would like but a piece of leather glued inside the throat would solve that problem. The dark hardwood handle is attached to the tang with a pin and should hold up very well. In my opinion this one of these best daggers I have purchased from Atlanta Cutlery.
Reviewed by: Guest, November 28, 2017

Review of: US Model 1917 Bolo Knife with Scabbard

This is as close to an exact replica as I have ever seen!  Even the part of the sheath that would normally NEVER be seen!  I imagine a re-enactor would be pleased to have one of these.
Reviewed by: Herman, August 31, 2017

Review of: WWI Issue Vintage Kukri with Old Scabbard

Very satisfied  
It's in very good condition , I might order next one soon thanks.
Reviewed by: , July 28, 2017

Review of: British WWI Robbins of Dudley Fighting Knife

I really like the Robbins Dudley push dagger that I bought first, but I love this dagger. It's beautiful, and rounds out the set. The old OSS weapons had so much more character  than most of the modern stuff. These are pretty faithful. I'm glad you carry them. Thanks, Al.
Reviewed by: Albert, June 26, 2017

Review of: 1917 US Trench Knife

Very close to the original and great for reenactments.
Reviewed by: , June 26, 2017

Review of: 1917 US Trench Knife

it arrived in the mail today and a very good reproduction, all the handle parts fit tight.  I just wish I would have been able to request blood grooves on all three sides in case I ever get an urge to sharpen this one.
Reviewed by: , June 21, 2017

Review of: US Model 1917 Bolo Knife with Scabbard

Love this knife and scabbard. Seems well made and rugged. Blade does not come "Oops, I cut myself sharp". But can be easily sharpened to that, without a major removal of metal. I would recommend an improvement. The wood grips could use better defined grip grooves. It comes more whittled-like than grooved as the originals did new. Of course over the years these grooves often were hand worn away to less definition. The scabbard comes marked A.K. Co. 1918 R.H.S. . I assume the R.H.S. represents an inspectors initials like Rock Island Arsenal items. Nice touch. Though I am unaware of any A.K. Co making scabbards for these. Of the original 1917 versions (I have seen) they are usually marked Brauer Bros. 1918. Prior to 1917 when Springfield Arsenal made the M1910 and first M1917's, one finds R.I.A. (for Rock Island Arsenal). And the later all metal scabbards marked L.F.C.
Evidently there were improvements done since Jared bought one. There is no welding of blade to tang that I see. And the grips fit well and tight. (no wood putty).
I would recommend this item to someone like myself that re-enacts WW1. Rather than purchasing an expensive original to take to the trenches and battle fields with.
And save the originals (intact) for display collections.
Reviewed by: , May 27, 2017