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From time to time we get the opportunity to pass along great deals, but these deals that won't last forever. These are limited time offers that can feature items from any of our categories like self defense, historical reproductions, knives, cutlery, swords, period clothing, surplus and even current issue military like certified USMC sabers.

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98 Butcher Blade Bayonet with Scabbard & Frog

#803276
This German Butcher Blade bayonet reproduction is made from deeply blued high carbon steel, oil finished wood grips with proper blued steel scabbard. Includes frog.
$79.95 $99.95

Kukri Bayonet

#600784
Highly detailed replica weapon with quality design for World War enactment.
$49.95 $99.95

English Hunting Dagger

#403668
This Dagger's single edge high carbon steel blade is tempered, hand forged and has full tang. Guard and pommel are solid metal with antique brass finish. Overall 14-1/2 inches.
$49.95 $85.00

Cobra Steel Iris Leaf

#404277
This razor sharp drop point folding pocket knife from Cobra Steel is a tactical D2 tool steel EDC. The Iris Leaf design was inspired by Japanese katana and tanto blades. Includes matching satin finished pocket clip.
$59.95 $69.95

Long M1 Bayonet with Scabbard

#402738
Replica of the highly desirable Long M1 Garand Springfield Bayonet, complete with Scabbard.
$99.95 $114.95

Italian Officer’s Dagger

#420000
Italian military WWII Officer's dagger has a high carbon steel blade with solid polished steel parts and stained wood grip. Overall 12-7/8 inches.
$89.95 $94.95

Crecy War Dagger

#404231
The Windlass Battlecry double edged Crecy War Dagger has a battle-hardened blue patina and peened full tang. The 1065 high carbon steel is tempered to a low 50s RC. Overall 15 inches.
$94.95 $150.00

Texas Bowie Knife

#400266
This large but lightweight Texan Bowie features an authentic bone handle, fittings of solid steel, and an unbelievable blade.
$79.95 $89.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Pirate Pendant With Hidden Blade

This is really amazing piece, works well as jewerly and blade is also useful though.
Reviewed by: Geeta, September 20, 2018

Review of: USAF WWII Crash / Survival Axe

It's obvious a product is hot when you must wait over two months to receive it! This classic axe is well worth the wait. Once I had a chance to feel the robust design and make of this beauty I was proud to realize our nation provided the best tools available for our WWII fliers to egress a crippled aircraft when necessary. Mine will never be put to such a test, yet I intend to put it through its paces on the homestead. By the way 'AC' had the VERY best price available. I must say it is a little heavier than expected, so eat your Wheaties.
Reviewed by: Robert, September 02, 2018

Review of: Miniature Double Star Bowie

I COLLECT MINIATUR KNIVES AND THESE FIT RIGHT INTO MY COLLECTION.THEIR VERY WELL MADE.ACCURATE AND SISED CORRECTLY. I ORDERD THE ALAMO,AND THE 1 STAR BOWIE.ALL WERE GREAT.UNFORTUNLY THE CIVIL WAR BOWIE WAS DISCONTINUED,THAT WAS DISIPOINTING.HOPFULY IT WILL BE BACK WITH OTHERS.I WILL PURCHACE MORE AS THEY COME AVIABLE. HIGHLY RECOMENDED. WILDBILL.
Reviewed by: william, August 09, 2018

Review of: Miniature Double Star Bowie

I COLLECT MINIATUR KNIVES AND THESE FIT RIGHT INTO MY COLLECTION.THEIR VERY WELL MADE.ACCURATE AND SISED CORRECTLY. I ORDERD THE ALAMO,AND THE 1 STAR BOWIE.ALL WERE GREAT.UNFORTUNLY THE CIVIL WAR BOWIE WAS DISCONTINUED,THAT WAS DISIPOINTING.HOPFULY IT WILL BE BACK WITH OTHERS.I WILL PURCHACE MORE AS THEY COME AVIABLE. HIGHLY RECOMENDED. WILDBILL.
Reviewed by: william, August 09, 2018

Review of: Texas Bowie Knife

I initially thought this was going to be a flimsy thin bladed knife because of the weight advertised but when I got it I was surprised at how thick the spine was (just shy of 1/4") and the heft of this HUGE blade. I can't keep my hands off of it.I keep saying  (in my head while holding it)  to Crocodile Dundee,"That aint no knife...THIS s a knife". The thing is as long as my whole arm and feels like 3 lbs. instead of 1 lb. 10. ozs. It's more like a short sword...so cool !
Reviewed by: Santiago, July 13, 2018

Review of: Kukri Bayonet

I bought one of these about two years ago at the 99 dollar price. This is a bargain price wise and mounted on a barrel is a real show piece. I've had a lot of fun showing it off and sure beats 1000 dollars for an orginal.
Reviewed by: David, February 13, 2018

Review of: Bosworth Longsword

If you have a hard-on for type XVa blades, you will want to marry this sword and have its babies.
Reviewed by: Devin, December 03, 2017

Review of: Long M1 Bayonet with Scabbard

Fit my 1918 manufactured 1903 Springfield perfectly; tight with no alteration (gentle tapping into place or to remove)(the release button worked well for the scabbard and the bayonet mounting lug). I appreciated the all black theme: blade, handle, scabbard. Looks like it belongs. An attractive reproduction. D**n 16 inches is long and definitely impressive. The 1905 version (with blackened blade, not available) might have been closer to technically correct (different scabbard) but I wouldn't want any thing different. The M1 Garand and scabbard version was perfect. Thanks.
Reviewed by: Rand, August 02, 2017

Review of: Maldon Viking Sword

Very satisfied!  This sword is very well made and has great balance, the perfect weapon to take on any raid!  
Reviewed by: Anthony, June 16, 2017

Review of: Italian Officer’s Dagger

Its Nice but the side blades are not high enough. still a nice reproduction.
I wanted this because my dad had one and it diapered. thanks
Reviewed by: Rick, May 08, 2017