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Bone Scales - Small

#701101
This set of small bone scales are a great addition to any custom knife project. The genuine bone scales polish up with unique patterns and patinas.
$9.95

Buck 750 Redpoint Knife

#404498
Safe, convenient and reliable. This is one of the lightest and easiest to care for folders on the market and comes with a limited lifetime warranty. Features a partially serrated drop point blade, all weather grip and Utility Arch carry system with integrated bottle opener and stainless steel belt clip.
$39.95

French Trade Knife

#404439
This is reminiscent of trade knives of the 18th century. This is a beautiful example inspired by these blades with a modern touch. Stainless steel.
$69.95 $49.95

Kershaw Payload

#404384
In addition to the handy on-board bit set, you also get a big, beefy utility blade. Open this manual knife one-handed using the convenient thumb stud. The blade is quality 8Cr13MoV stainless steel.
$44.95

P-1841 Sappers and Miners Model F Sword Bayonet Replica

#601063
This all steel reproduction of the very rare Sappers and Miners bayonet has a formidable knuckle guard and a 22" blade. Overall 27-3/8" inches.
$179.95

1841 Sappers and Miners Sword Bayonet Replica

#601062
This is the P-1841 Sappers and Miner's Bayonet for use with the short Percussion (or Flintlock converted) Musket issued to Specialized troops. Forged steel. Overall 27-1/2" inches.
$179.95

British East India Company 1842 Musket Bayonet Replica

#601061
These are scarce socket bayonets intended to fit the .75 cal. The socket is specially designed to encircle the Model "F" bayonet stud catch under the barrel. Forged steel. Overall approx 20 inches.
$129.95

Set of 2 Cobra Steel folders

#404308
These razor- sharp, tactical, D2 tool steel satin finished folding blades have laser etchings and are hardened to a 59 RC. Each of them includes a pocket clip. This set includes each premium Cobra Steel folder at a bundled price, individually packaged.
$99.95 $69.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Bone Scales - Small

These are about 4 inches long and 1 inch wide. Nice scales for a small tang
Reviewed by: Daniel, June 16, 2020

Review of: US WWII Fighting Knife

... great steel. Wicked sharp. Made for fighting. I highly recommend this super fighting knife to anyone wanting a fighting knife...
Reviewed by: john, April 23, 2020

Review of: Cobra Steel Iris Leaf

I can't say enough good things about this knife. Its lines are sleek and clean. The profile is nice and slim but because of the high quality of the G-10 scales it never feels flimsy. Mine arrived with a very slight amount of side to side play but a quick tightening of the pivot pin with a Torx wrench and the lockup was absolutely rock solid. The D2 blade is so much tougher than the 440C you usually find on knives in this price range. While showing it off to a buddy, it was knocked out of my hand and fell tip first onto the concrete floor. The point was slightly blunted (a few minutes on a diamond hone and it was back to new) and the lockup was completely unaffected. I have been nothing but impressed with the way this thing looks, carries, handles and cuts. I'm already thinking about purchasing a spare. Highly recommended!
Reviewed by: Charles, April 10, 2020

Review of: Buck Folding Hunter Knife

I was in college, it was probably about 1975, when I bought my Buck folding hunter. It was a lot of money for me then but it was my first real knife and it was so beautiful and fit so well in my hand. I was an architecture student so design was  - is - important to me.

I have been camping for over 40 years and this knife has been on every trip. Yes, it is too heavy and yes, i have other newer knives that are lighter, etc. But since i dont backpack (we take our gear in by boat....lol) I have the luxury of bringing this with me.

In fact, i m gonna go home and sharpen it and buff up the brass tonite....  :-)

Buck: Thanks for the memories....  :-)
Reviewed by: Michael, February 27, 2020

Review of: Buck Folding Hunter Knife

I carried on of these back in High School, in Denver. That was the late 1970's, before everyone was paranoid that the kids were going to shoot or stab everyone.
The Buck 110 knife served me well for 3 years of high school and a few years of college; fishing, hunting, everyday suburban adventures...
I'm happy to have an old, trusted friend back on my belt!
Reviewed by: Dave, September 10, 2019

Review of: Cobra Steel Iris Leaf

Very nice knife.  I thought the original price was a bit high but the sale price is right on and at that price I might just get the matching drop point.
Reviewed by: Brad, August 31, 2019

Review of: French Trade Knife

This is a very good quality knife. It feels great in the hand, the blade has a  distinctly curved shape, it is sharp, and balanced well. The leather sheath is also a snug fit and looks authentic. Definitely fitting for the style of French trapper or trader in colonial North America.
Reviewed by: Robert, August 11, 2019

Review of: Cobra Steel Iris Leaf

Excellent knife - looks good, great construction, opens easily and positively.
Reviewed by: Jim, November 06, 2018

Review of: Cobra Steel Iris Leaf

Great pocket knife for everyday use. Ships sharp and the edge is durable, I use it often and haven't had to sharpen it yet.
Reviewed by: Jerry, October 15, 2018

Review of: Cobra Steel Sweeping Drop Point

Does anyone know where the hell I can get a bit / screwdriver for that weird, three-pronged torque screw??  I've looked, and can't find it's match.  It would be good if they could send one along with the knife.  Otherwise, it's a keeper.  4 stars
Reviewed by: , May 08, 2018