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WWI Trench Knife w/ Knuckle Guard

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Rating: 4.63 / 5.0   ( 8 reviews)

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For up close combat the allies carried military trench knives very similar to this one. The stainless steel blade is enclosed in a rock solid metal knuckle guard handle for extreme conditions. Features of this modern build include jet black finish, light weight nylon sheath, "skull crusher" handle spike, and stainless steel blade. 14 in. overall.

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     Reviewed by Jeffrey Vazquez on Dec 26, 2013

This is one of the two trench knives I bought for Christmas. They are really cool and awesome decorative pieces and/ or presents for a fellow knife enthusiast. Sturdy, sharp, and well built. Definitely not a toy. My hat goes off to those World War I soldiers who had to face or use this beast. It is intimidating.

     Reviewed by Maxwell Greb on Feb 26, 2013

Of the three or four trench spike/knuckle guard knifes I have purchased on this site this one is the best! The blade is huge, the knuckles are solid as hell, and the skull cracker is freaking wicked!

     Reviewed by Wesley Hammack on Oct 26, 2011

I give four stars because it isn't a bad knife knife, my mind just wasn't blown. just like the description said, the handle is very sturdy. I have already beaten an old dresser to shards with it and it is holding up pretty well. another review said that their blade wobbled a bit, and after taking it apart found that it was a poorly made tang. I took the pommel off of mine to discover that it is indeed a rat-tail tang, but so long as you don't chop things with it it shouldn't pose a problem.
the only thing that surprised me when i opened the box was the blade was wider than how it looked in the picture, and whereas the metal looks to be the same make as the grip it was smooth and slightly reflective. I was not disappointed at all with it however. this is a fun knife to show off and play around with, but I don't recommend harsh treatment.

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