Warfare changed drastically with the first World War as new technologies and strategies were introduced. World War II brought with it even more advances; and consequently destruction. Although the formation of the United Nations was meant to prevent such a massive conflict from arising again, wars are still fought well into the 21st century still employing the tools devised so many years before. Museum Replicas carries replica weapons that span the century, from trench knives to bayonets and other exotic weapons of the era that do honor to the soldiers that had to use them.
This knife was the preferred commando weapon in World War II for both the U.S. and British Commonwealth Forces. Overall 11-3/8 inches. Arrives sharpened from the factory.
This faithful reproduction of the V-42 WWII knife is battle ready. Features 1095 high carbon blued steel double edged blade. Comes with low-ride top grain leather scabbard with steel reinforcing, fits belts up to 3" wide, and leather leg thong.
This George Patton reproduction sword has a single fullered high carbon steel blade. Includes wood scabbard with steel mounts. Overall 44 inches. Comes factory sharp.
This military issue version of the Russian Kindjal has a curved, double-edge blade was perfect as a close combat weapon. High carbon steel blade, hardwood grip and full tang. Overall 23-1/4 inches. Comes factory sharp.
Boker's reissue of the original design of the Applegate-Fairbairn Combat Knife. The full tang blade is from very tough 440C bead-blasted steel. The brass guard is bead-blasted. The grip is virtually indestructible injection molded black nylon.
The odd-looking, but very effective Smatchet was the brainchild of William Fairbairn during WWII for the OSS and British SAS for use on clandestine missions behind enemy lines. Our replica has a sharp, full tang high carbon steel blade with a matte blued finish. Features hardwood grips and an aluminum pommel with a lanyard hole. Includes belt scabbard
This push dagger was designed for unskilled knife fighters for stabbing. Designed for a natural movement from behind with the high carbon steel blade is held orientated horizontally to the ground. The point is sharp, but the edges are not sharpened.
These are WWI close quarters fighting knives. The high carbon double edged blade is very sharp. Aluminium hilted, these knives were normally held with the blade pointed downward. Includes standard top-grain leather scabbard.