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1840 Ames NCO Sword

#500836
This single-edged blade has a single broad fuller. Features a cast brass hilt, ribbed grip flanked by kidney-shaped hand guards. Pommel is global with a capstan. Blade length 31-3/4 inches.
$149.95

1880 Bowie Knife

#402580
This bowie features a hand forged tempered high carbon steel blade with dark hardwood polished scales pinned to a full profile tang. Scabbard included.
$69.95

18th Century Four Barrel Flintlock Pistol Replica

#804750
This Four Barrel Flintlock Pistol was introduced in the early 17th century. Our non firing replica has working metal parts and the four barrels can be rotated.
$64.95

1917 Frontier Bowie Knife

#403926
This 1917 Frontier Bowie from Cold Steel screams rugged function. Almost sword-like in its cutting and thrusting, it features a wide, hand-sharpened blade with a generous clip and huge fuller. Made from 1085 carbon steel, it is heat treated.
$119.95

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

1918 US Knuckle Duster Trench Knife

#420020
Replica high carbon steel Knife with Knuckle Duster grip, steel pyramid skull crusher pommel and WW1 period-correct steel sheath with markings.
$149.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: WWI Trench Mace

Great conversation piece and it would deal out some pain if required also.  Very well made and so interesting. Great price.
Reviewed by: Christopher, April 17, 2019

Review of: Genuine Gurkha Regimental Kukri

I love the Kukri.  I had one when I was a teen ager and lost it.  This is just perfect quality and feel.  It is an original made in India for the Gurkha regiments.  I believe it.  Highly recommend this product.
Reviewed by: Christopher, April 17, 2019

Review of: 1917 Frontier Bowie Knife

Outstanding Bowie.  Can get a razor edge and the grip is strong and solid in the hand.  Just a classic.  A very good chopper and all around cutter as would be expected.  High quality for the price.  Highly recommend.
Reviewed by: Christopher, April 17, 2019

Review of: 1918 US Knuckle Duster Trench Knife

these blade's do hold a edge..it takes awhile to sharpen,but once their sharpened it will cut through a 1" piece of rope with 1 sweep..I am a former Marine,Viet Nam Vet
Reviewed by: Jack, April 04, 2019

Review of: Russian Kindjal

Ok, where to begin; over all I am very happy with this short sword, you could use it indoors effectively, however the handle is small and shaped in such a way that it wants to roll, and can be difficult to index, with a different handle this would be a most excellent short sword. That being said I am very happy with it and am satisfied very much with it
Reviewed by: Robert, March 28, 2019

Review of: US Model 1917 Bolo Knife with Scabbard

I am very happy with my Bolo, it is a very authentic looking and high quality WWI - WWII era piece! The history of the Bolo is significant to me because it incorporates a mix of my Wife's Philippine culture and my U.S. culture! I would expect nothing less than the highest of quality from Windlass Steelcrafts, the official maker of the famous Nepalese Gurkha's legendary Kukuris!
Reviewed by: Joshua, March 26, 2019

Review of: 1840 Ames NCO Sword

I was undecided between this sword and another but when I saw that Windlass was now offering the M1840 NCO sword with a leather sheath that did it.  I do not like steel scabbards.  It appears that I made a good decision as it handles well being fast and nimble.  My biggest issue is in the manner in which Windlass chose to add the nomenclature to the ricasso.  I had fully expected it to be stamped but instead it is printed on.  Nicely done but printed, I can feel the raised lettering and no doubt in time will wear off, if I don’t accidently use something that will dissolve it first.  For a complete review see my review on SBG https://sbg-sword-forum.forums.net/thread/56791/windlass-new-m1840-sword-5000836?page=1
Reviewed by: Paul, March 14, 2019

Review of: American Revolution Saber

Very nice reproduction American Revolutionary War cavalry sabre. Perfect for a mounted officer or dragoon. A very solid piece at a good price.
Reviewed by: Kyle, March 08, 2019

Review of: 1840 Ames NCO Sword

I was debating whether to buy the #500350 M1840 NCO Sword or one from another company.  When I saw that Windlass had put new clothes on their old #500350, namely a leather sheath, and called it #500836 and briefly offered it at a 15% discount I jumped at it.  The leather sheath was the selling point.  Well, that and the statistics, principally the weight and balance point also helped.  The sword is nimble, fast, and easily controlled.  The diameter of the grip is a trifle small for my size 8 hand but easily manageable.  A glove gives me a better fit.  It comes without a washer but I made one from an old leather slingshot pouch without difficulty.  The blade is a thrusting blade but after putting a convex razor sharp edge on it, it cuts the traditional soft targets well.  The nomenclature on the ricasso was disappointing as it is printed on the surface where it is subject to wearing off or possibly affected by certain solvents.  I was expecting it to be stamped into the metal.  The grip arrived with a visible parting seam and a bit of flash.  I took care of all with a couple of needle files.  It’s a 5 starrer in my book.
Reviewed by: Paul, March 02, 2019

Review of: Genuine Gurkha Regimental Kukri

Great quality for the price. Recommend the sharpening option. Will make a great camp tool.
Reviewed by: Robert, March 02, 2019