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Knives

Use of knives dates back to over 2 million years and their versatility has kept them valuable even through modern times. A knife, in proper, skilled hands, is a multitasker that can be easily put to a variety of uses, such as hunting, camp work, cutting and for self-defense.

At Museum Replicas you will find the largest collection of hard-to-find Bowie, Seax, Daggers, and Kukris. If you are looking for decorative replicas or fantasy blades to add to your collection, we have you covered. Our knives make outstanding decorations and gifts too!

Daggers

After the club, daggers are man's oldest tool and weapon.  Historically they were usually double edged and used to deliver quick, lethal strokes. Their small size made it perfect for those more nefarious types. They were also used in the "two handed" fighting style popularized by the French during the Renaissance. 

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Knife Collection

Knives are the single edged cousin to the dagger.  Historically knives had a utilitarian purpose, filling needs such as hunting, camp work and cutting.  They could be used for protection if a sword or axe was unavailable. They have evolved into complex weapons which can be easily concealed.

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Kukris & Machetes

Whether it is for battle or just handling tough tasks in the great outdoors, you need a good chopper and these are some of the best.

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Bayonets

From British and Nepalese antiques to surplus and replicas dating to present day, you'll find what you need for your famous firearm.

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Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Venetian Stiletto

A very beautiful stiletto! Flawless execution on this one. It even stays in the sheath without slipping out. If you like this style get it!
Reviewed by: Dan, January 31, 2019

Review of: Damascus Dragon’s Tooth Dagger

I love the look of it. The feel of it is nice. It's just a very pretty dagger. Well worth the price
Reviewed by: Richard, January 31, 2019

Review of: Battlecry Maldon Seax

It has a great feel to it. Love the handle and grip. Sheath is nice. Only gripe I have is that mine didn't come sharp enough to cut much of anything. But I can sharpen it so that's not a big enough issue to lower rating.
Reviewed by: Richard, January 31, 2019

Review of: Roman Pugio

Just right in every way, and not too dangerously sharp in this case.
Reviewed by: Warren, January 29, 2019

Review of: Damascus Dragon’s Tooth Dagger

BEAUTIFUL piece!
Reviewed by: Caleb, January 25, 2019

Review of: Runic Long Seax

This is the best battle-worthy replica of the famous Scramaseax that was pulled out of the Thames River in London. It's 2 foot blade ends in a long wickedly pointed tip The balance is great; it feels light in the hand. But, the exquisite sword-style hilt is entirely speculative and the sheath does not hang properly.
Reviewed by: Erik, January 24, 2019

Review of: Early Scottish Dirk

I got this dirk not knowing what to expect, i've used it at reenactments and have had many compliments on it. it has stood up over the years and still looks great, well worth the money!
Reviewed by: John, January 23, 2019

Review of: Roman Pugio

very nice blade
Reviewed by: William, January 22, 2019

Review of: English Hunting Dagger

Excellent piece! Was just as shown in the pictures. All fittings were tight, the wood well finished and secure. Will wear with pride!
Reviewed by: DM, January 16, 2019

Review of: Primitive Scottish Dirk

Fit and finish of the Dirk are high quality. The well polished shows no metal imperfections to finish. Blood groove is well defined in depth of blade. Sharping service produced a nice even very sharp edge which requires your undivided attention while handling. Scabbard fit is tight so removal requires a firm pull. There is no slip when dirk I’m in place. The leather is thick, well formed, and firm to retain shape. I sprayed leather dressing inside to prevent the oiled blade from picking up very tiny pieces of leather from the internal unfinished leather of the sheath. The metal tip and collar are well attached with a nice brush polished finish. I am very pleased with this purchase and now will order the more expensive Scottish basket claymore based on the quality of workmanship
Reviewed by: Bill, January 14, 2019