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Kikkerland Bug Plier Multi-Tool

#404331
This multi-tool is made of high-grade stainless steel featuring 6 handy tools in a compact design. Includes ball chain to attach to a keychain.
$6.95

Kikkerland Crab Multi Tool

#404333
This handy tool is made of high-grade stainless steel and solid wood and has 6 fold-out tools. Perfect for camping, picnicking, and outings to the beach.
$16.95

Large Agate Arrowhead

#601042
This massive handmade arrowhead measures approximately 5- 1/4"long by 1-1/2" wide by 1/2" thick.
$8.95

Longleaf Traditional Antique Kukri

#401124
This Longleaf battle kukri has a straighter spine and longer blade than Bhojpure, and in the skilled hands of the Gurkha it became a frightening weapon indeed. These have all seen service with both the Nepali military and the British Army. All of the blades are marked in Devangari script with the date of manufacture.
$149.95

Longleaf Traditional Antique Kukri with Old Scabbard and 2 Knives

#401164
This antique traditional, hand-made Longleaf Kukri includes an original Old Scabbard with 2 small knives. Approx. 19 inches long. Fair Condition.
$189.95

M48 Tactical Kukri with Sheath

#404251
The M48 Tactical Kukri has been designed to function as a multi-purpose blade.
$59.95

Man-at-Arms English Bill

#600992
This English bill features a 1055 carbon steel, fully sharpened battle-ready, blade spike and hook. Supported by deep steel socket and an Ash wood shaft. Overall 89-1/2 inches
$104.95

Man-at-Arms European Boar Spear

#600986
This Germanic hunting spear features 1055 Carbon steel which is double-edged and deeply blued. Comes complete with a American ash wood shaft. Overall 83 inches.
$89.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Competition Tomahawk

what a great yard pastime.
Reviewed by: Brian, October 18, 2019

Review of: Windlass Cobra Steel Falcata

Ever since I watched how effective the Falcata was on FORGED IN FIRE, I have wanted one. I have also declared war on the tallow trees in the back of my five acre yard.  When I saw this Windlass Cobra Steel Falcata in the Atlanta Cutlery Catalog. I jumped at the the chance. Nothing prepared me for the actual quality of this blade or the sharpness of the blade.  One quick swing cleaved a 2 inch branch.  The rain has changed my backyard to a swamp and I am looking forward to my next expedition into that war zone.
Reviewed by: Leonard, August 25, 2019

Review of: Man-at-Arms Winged Spear

I wasn’t expecting something so imposing; this thing is truly intimidating.  Well made, solid, and battle-ready.  It would look correct on the wall of a great hall, but it’s no “wall hanger.”  Every home should have one.
Reviewed by: Robert, August 12, 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: Carnivore Machete

Greatness all around. This knife will not disappoint. You can always look at a picture but it’s nothing like holding the real deal. I would absolutely recommend.
Reviewed by: Kelli, August 07, 2019

Review of: Genuine Gurkha Regimental Kukri

A thick heavy blade.  Good for cutting pretty much anything from trees to zombies.
Reviewed by: Delmar, July 20, 2019

Review of: 5-in-1 Survival Tool

Very functional and very convenient.
Reviewed by: JOSEPH, June 22, 2019

Review of: Assam Rifles Kukri

It exceeded my expectations as it was a birthday gift for my husband.
Reviewed by: Jennifer, June 02, 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: 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