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Last Chance Swords & Sabers

Swords from Medieval to present day military issue designs. You never know what you may find. Just know they will be gone soon!

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Last Chance Military Surplus

Rare pieces from around the globe including the US, Belgium, Germany, Austria and England.

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Last Chance Other Weapons & Accessories

The odd item that simply doesn't fit anywhere else.

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Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Longleaf Traditional Antique Kukri with Old Scabbard and 2 Knives

Antique : As stated , and met expectations , great Static Display
Reviewed by: John, August 12, 2019

Review of: US WWII Army Officer’s Crush Cap

Great Static Display - met Expectation
Reviewed by: John, August 12, 2019

Review of: German WWII Navy Diver's Knife

I purchased two (2) of these knives one for my friend and US Navy Diver Deiter Rosellen we were stationed on the USS JOHN Marshall SSBN-611 homeported out of Groton, CT and the other for myself!
Reviewed by: Stanley, July 20, 2019

Review of: M-6 Bayonet Blade

Great vintage metal ,should have bought more,these blades are awesome
Reviewed by: Robert, July 15, 2019

Review of: M-7 Bayonet Blade

This blade is sweet, vintage metal,at this price don't pass it up.
Reviewed by: Robert, July 15, 2019

Review of: M-7 Bayonet Blade

I have purchased two of these blades and they are great project items
Clean up real nice and will cut.
Reviewed by: Robert, July 08, 2019

Review of: Hutton Dueling Sabre with Scabbard

This dueling sabre is light and nimble in the hand. Pleasing to the eye, pleasing in the hand. Sheathing and unsheathing the sabre from the scabbard is always a delight. For Hema, SCA, against rapiers and light weapons, for solo drilling and sparring. Its perfect. Especially if you can't handle 3 lbs. for long periods. NEVER use this against heavier weapons like Arming swords, Longswords, or Heavier Sabres from Regenyei, Darkwood Armory, Castille Armory. For these swords are heavy duty sabres that will chew up the Windlass sabre. Just don't risk it.
Reviewed by: HAU, June 17, 2019

Review of: Hunter's Companion Bowie Knife

I saw this knife on the Atlanta cutlery website a couple of weeks ago and thought it was really beautiful. I also liked it because it was big, and I prefer big Bowie knives. When I got it I was not disappointed at all. The blade and clip point are beautiful, and it is really sharp. I also really like the wooden handle, and the sheath is nicely made and genuine leather. For the price, this is an excellent Bowie knife. I could not find any flaws  on it. Crocodile Dundee does not know what a real Bowie knife looks like! Ha ha Ha ha ha.
Reviewed by: Trenton, May 23, 2019

Review of: Traditional Hunter Blade

I bought two of these to put together with my sons as a project.  Had a great time putting them together and my sons use them all the time.  Hate to see these go out of production.
Reviewed by: Nicholas, May 20, 2019

Review of: Hunter's Companion Bowie Knife

I didn’t bother to take notice of this knife’s dimensions.  It is basically a slightly undersized short sword.  I have an RTAK-II that this thing absolutely dwarfs.  

I was thinking it was along the lines of maybe a 9” or 10” blade, nope, this beast is 13”, 18” I think over all.
So, it doesn’t come out of the sheath very quick, and you (my opinion) look a bit silly with a knife that is the length of your femur hanging on your belt.
But...it’s awesome.  Felled a few small trees, busted apart (by stabbing and prying) a 15” thick dead tree, made kindling by batonning (that a word?) it through logs....the thing just eats up work and the edge held great.  I sharpened it even more and spent a little while slicing up water bottles for fun.

Think smaller machete and that you wouldn’t feel under armed if you had it and was face to face with a polar bear (seriously, this thing is ma-ass-ive, like, dundee’s Knife is a toothpick to this thing)

It’s fun and pretty and sharp, but I don’t think I’ll use it very much.  I was hoping the thing was just smaller so I could have a pretty big knife that could also cut up a deer (like, take the meat off, not chop it in half with one swipe), but it’ll most likely end up as a thing on the shelf.
Reviewed by: Nathan, April 28, 2019