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SOE Boot Dagger

#403669
This SOE dagger can be clipped on nicely to a boot or belt. Solid, high carbon steel plated in zinc to prevent rust. Includes leather sheath.
$37.44 $49.95

Thin Blue Line Partially Serrated Tanto Folding Knife

#404296
This Tanto folding knife features a razor sharp D2 tool steel blade. Liner lock includes pocket clip and lanyard hole.
$49.95

Twisted Tri Curve Damascus Dagger

#404294
Made as a custom order and only available in very small runs, this punch dagger is expertly forged and twisted into a wicked shape.
$79.95

US WWII Fighting Knife

#420015
This fighting knife has hardwood handle, steel parts and high carbon steel blade with full tang. Double-edged. Overall: 15-1/4’’.
$37.44 $39.95

USMC Coyote Scales Folder

#404214
The USMC Coyote Scales Folder is the perfect blade for people with serious tactical utility needs.
$29.95

Wartech Blue Talon Fixed Blade Knife

#404401
This completely blued fixed blade knife is a great self defense knife and for tactical situations and the outdoors. Features contoured thick plastic scales over a full profile tang.
$14.95

Windlass Field Knife HD

#402718
The hand-forged knife has a full profile tang with hand-stitched, heavy grade genuine leather wrap. Hammer pommel is blackened steel. Overall 10 inches.
$24.94 $39.95

WWI Belgian Trench Knife

#420019
This WWI Belgian commando trench knife was originally made during WWI in England for Belgian Forces after Germany had captured Belgium. You can see the knife in The Military Knife & Bayonet by Homer Brett, p 60. Made with a high carbon steel blade, hardwood grip and steel oval cross guard. Includes period correct steel sheath.
$49.95 $59.95

Top Customer Reviews

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: WWI Belgian Trench Knife

I received my new dagger expediently
Reviewed by: Butch, August 30, 2019

Review of: Italian WWII Beretta 38A Folding Bayonet

Very well made bayonet.  Functions and feels like the real thing!  I'm very pleased with my purchase!
Reviewed by: James, August 28, 2019

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: 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: 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-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: SOE Boot Dagger

Just got it today after waiting 6 days even though I paid extra for 3 day shipping it's a cool piece but in description says coated in zinc to prevent rust looked good when opened it but within 2 hrs of having it in its sheath it is showing tiny rust spots would include a pic but won't let me coated sheath in wd-40 hoping will help but will not be cool when wearing
Reviewed by: Frank, July 11, 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