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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: Desk Magnifier

Bought this for use at work. I like the antique nautical theme, being retire Boatswains mate. Good quality and useful for "older" eyes.
Reviewed by: Greg, May 24, 2019

Review of: Genuine Gurkha Regimental Kukri

I already own oned one. Bought this for a friend who had also worked with Ghurkas in the Middle East. He loves it!
Reviewed by: Greg, May 24, 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: WWII V-42 Elite Special Forces Knife with Scabbard

Finally the V-42 has arrived.  Fantastic quality.  Sharp.  This knife really feels good in the hand.  I always check each of my knifes for the balance point.  This one is similar to my Sykes.  Even though a reproduction, it is cool to hold a very historic knife and also do some training.
Reviewed by: Thomas, May 09, 2019

Review of: Foreign Legion Paratroopers Knife

Just received my paratrooper knife today.  Love the handle with the machined grenade effect.  Grips good with wet hands.  I thought with the aluminum grip it would affect the balance.  Not bad at all.   Now, maybe Windlass will come out with a Marine Raider stiletto.
Reviewed by: Thomas, May 04, 2019

Review of: Fairbairn Sykes Commando Knife

I love this commando dagger.  Very well made and great balance.  The edge is ok but on this type of knife the user is the one who puts their signature edge on it.  I broke out the honing stone and went to work and now I have a great fighting edge on it.
Reviewed by: Thomas, April 28, 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

Review of: Foreign Legion Paratroopers Knife

I have several different versions of the Fairbairn-Sykes knife and the V42 that the US copied from it.  This one is a nice addition to my collection, with one exception...the "grenade handle" is nicely made, but when the grooves were machined, no effort was made to relieve the edges of the grooves.  As a result, it almost cuts into your hand when you grip it.  If the handle were cast WITH the grooves, or if the edges of the grooves were relieved, I would like it a lot better.
Reviewed by: Ronald, April 20, 2019

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