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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 self-defense.

At Museum Replicas you will find the 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 that 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: Bramham Moor Dagger

The fit and finish on this dagger are superb!  The balance is good and well worth the money.  It is by far the best reproduction of a medieval dagger in my collection.  I am more than pleased!
Reviewed by: John, May 22, 2021

Review of: Bramham Moor Dagger

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Reviewed by: Dennis, May 01, 2021

Review of: Bramham Moor Dagger

I bought  this  as a birthday  present  for  myself .  I had  it  sharpened  and  engraved . Good  job !  The  wood  to  metal  fit is excellent .  The  girth  of  the  grip  is on  the   small  side , but  it  indexes well  since  it's  oval  at the  hilt  and  round  at the  pommel .  The  scabbard  is great .  There  is  a slight  twist  in the  blade  grind .  I'm  very  pleased  with  it .
Reviewed by: Dennis, May 01, 2021

Review of: Bramham Moor Dagger

I bought  this  as a birthday  present  for  myself .  I had  it  sharpened  and  engraved . Good  job !  The  wood  to  metal  fit is excellent .  The  girth  of  the  grip  is on  the   small  side , but  it  indexes well  since  it's  oval  at the  hilt  and  round  at the  pommel .  The  scabbard  is great .  There  is  a slight  twist  in the  blade  grind .  I'm  very  pleased  with  it .
Reviewed by: Dennis, May 01, 2021

Review of: Huntsman's Hadseax

For anyone who loves their Scandanavian heritage or just wishes to add a little uniqueness to their edc knives, this one certainly bears consideration! I purchased this knife only a couple of weeks ago using the sezzle option (thank you for that is has been seamless)and it arrived this morning perfectly packaged and protected.  The pictures truly do not do this knife justice.  When purchasing online with only professional pictures to go by, sometimes you can't be sure, but this is a beautiful little knife. The wood grain on the handle was a tad darker than the pics which was fine with me and the bone spacers are spot on.  All of the metal fittings are well finished and tight.  No rattling blade or fittings here.  The blade is well polished and finished and even the fullers have been expertly polished.  The blade does come sharp however the edge really begins about half way down the blade with the edge closer to the handle somewhat more dull.  This isn't really an issue to me as I was going to reprofile it anyway.  This knife has a very nice weight to it.  Substantial enough to let you know its there and made well out of good materials but not so much that you cannot carry and use it all day long.  As for the using, the checkered bone spacers surprisingly can act as jimping.  I place my thumb on the forward spacer to practice some finer cutting and that spacer locked my thumb in just fine.  Nice surprise.  The sheath.  It is simply beautiful. The pictures DO NOT do this justice. It is fashioned of real leather and the decorations are just beautiful.  The aged brass components are strong and well finished and the sheath itsself holds the knife snugly without making the draw difficult.  A little waterproofing and it will be ready to go.  I only really had one complaint ( and I REALLY am digging here) that the ring on the pommel was quite loud. If I took this hunting as is I could be heard for quite a ways.  I removed it and added my own leather cord with some bronze beads.  As to my qualifications, I have studied martial arts(filipino/indonesian) for just over 20 years and HEMA for the last 3.  I am no stranger to knives (to the distress of my wife) I own quite a few custom and higher end knives as well.  Saying that, I really do like this little knife and feel it is well made and I am looking forward to my journey with it.  Thank you.
Craig
Reviewed by: Ronald, April 27, 2021

Review of: Bramham Moor Dagger

The ‘foil’ style grip is narrow so that it can be handled like a Fairburn dagger

It is an excellent & tough piece of steel—whatever it is—& it holds an edge well

I’ve been testing mine & pretty much scuffed things up. I repolished it (the edge is still holding) & blued it a dark black/blue.

I was impressed as a lot of blade steel won’t give you a uniform color when you try; Interestingly, Sheffield Fairborn-Sykes Will blue up nicely as well
Reviewed by: Judge Joe, April 14, 2021

Review of: Voyager Scramasax

Whether sailing a restless sea, or fording an Amazon river, this blade bespeaks of the Viking thirst for adventure and exploration.  Excellent for general use, or as a camp knife for the Great Outdoors.
Reviewed by: Jordan, February 27, 2021

Review of: Bramham Moor Dagger

I saw this and loved it couldn’t resist ordering it and it doesn’t disappoint I ordered the sharpening service on this and it came decently sharp the only draw backs are the hilts  a little small I have large hands Though and it’s a little more expensive than I’d like like it should be atleast 20 -30 dollars cheaper but that’s me being cheap
Reviewed by: Andrew, February 25, 2021

Review of: Bramham Moor Dagger

I saw this and loved it couldn’t resist ordering it and it doesn’t disappoint I ordered the sharpening service on this and it came decently sharp the only draw backs are the hilts  a little small I have large hands Though and it’s a little more expensive than I’d like like it should be atleast 20 -30 dollars cheaper but that’s me being cheap
Reviewed by: Andrew, February 25, 2021

Review of: Faithkeeper - Dagger of the Knights Templar

It would have been nice except it had pits (dark) spots on the blade near the cross guard It was listed as the last one so i didnt want to send it back and wait for more to come. maybe it got sent back before. anyway i polished it a lot and got most of it out also i was able to polish out the made in india at the same time. It is still a great looking dagger i am sure it was a one time fluke. I just ordered the faithkeeper sword to go with it.
Reviewed by: kenneth, October 01, 2020