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KC:$19.99

United Cutlery S.O.A. WWI Trench Knife


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S.O.A. WWI Trench Knife

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    S.O.A. WWI Trench Knife
Item #: 17 UC2902
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Sugg. Retail: $34.00
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Note: This item cannot ship to NY,MA,CA,DE
The battle-hardened trench knife was birthed from the brutal trenches of WWI. Each knife features a strong cast metal, knuckle guard handle with spikes on each knuckle for deep-penetrating punches. A metal skull-crusher spike is attached to the pommel as a last-ditch defense mechanism. A razor-sharp, double-edged 6" AUS-6 stainless steel blade is coated in a durable, corrosion-resistant, non-glare finish and offers an exclusive S.O.A. laser etch on the blade.

  • 6" razor-sharp double-edged AUS-6 stainless steel blade
  • Cast metal, knuckle guard with spikes
  • Skull-crusher spike on pommel
  • Lazer etched S.O.A on blade
  • Cast metal scabard with leather belt loop
  • 11 3/8" overall length
  • (Half-tang blade)

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Product reviews

 
S.O.A. WWI Trench Knife Stars4.21 out of 5 based on 14 ratings. 14 user reviews.


Reviewed by Craig from Phoenix on 23-Apr-2014Good knife, good price
Rating4 star4
Good price for this knife. Keep in my auto and gear bags, just a little sharping makes this knife ready to go.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 4.00
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Reviewed by Tyler from Anchorage on 09-Jan-2014Hawt
Rating5 star5
Very sexy knife, got a buy one get one free deal. Love these knives, very sharp and would recommendWould you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by Frank from IL on 20-Dec-2013Good Repro. Value
Rating4 star4
I bought 2 of these in BOGO sale. I have to say for the money this is a good product. Yes the blade needs sharpening. The aus 6 steel is descent unless you are stabbing a rock. I tested on wood, and meat with bone and the blade performed well. No bend or breakage. If the blade got below about 10 degrees it would crack as cold tends to do that with aus 6 steel. The worst part of the package is by far the strap loop. this is very thin and snapped off my belt with minimal effort so keep that in mind when you carry in woods. I could see it being lost quickly in even thin brush. I riveted in nylon strapping to fix. The sheath is good and tight. I disagree with other reviews concerning a thin or loose blade as mine was fine. Perhaps an improved lot run as of lately. Finger holes are good size. I wear a large glove and fingers fit fine. I own many knives and can say I was happy with this one. Great Value for the Money asked.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 4.00
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Reviewed by karpac from cincinnati on 16-Dec-2013nice
Rating4 star4
very good knife, though the belt loop and handle are trash, the sheath holds the knife tight in place. the holes for your fingers are small. I am a small guy with a large knuckle that will not go in easy, have to go in side ways. the blade was not sharp, it is now. over all, it works.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 4.00
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Reviewed by Chris from PA on 02-Sep-2013Special Forces Trench Knife
Rating5 star5
This is a pretty amazing knife for the money. The kubaton point in the pommel could crack a skull like it was nothing, and you would not be getting back up if you were punched in the face with this thing more than a few times. The blade is, as the other reviews have said, pretty bad, but not terrible. It's about as sharp as a butter knife, but it's very very pointed and sharp in that respect. Definitely a stabbing knife if it were used for anything, although still pretty flimsy, with a millimeter or so wobble back and forth. Still a good knife in my opinion.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by Rich from 0hio on 13-Apr-2013Tough
Rating4 star4
Very tough handle and spike located on the bottom of the handle, The blade however Is very thin and makes the knife really unbalanced, Perhaps 1/16" added to the thickness of the blade would help. Other than that I am very pleased with this knife for $20 Thanks BUDK Rich.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 4.00
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Reviewed by Tom Wilbanks from Houston, TX on 04-Apr-2013Great knife!
Rating5 star5
This is a great knife that is able to be looped onto my webgear belt. That is a major plus because of how often i use my web belt to go on hunts and so on. Great quality steel, but the paint scratches off kinda easily.. but i really dont care. Great knife altogether! Oh, and make sure the skull pommel nut is tight, because that holds the blade in the handle.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 5.00
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Reviewed by Slim from Colorado on 21-Mar-2013A good looking knife
Rating3 star3
Let me start off by saying that this blade is NOT meant for any kind of tactical, defensive, or practical use whatsoever. This knife is replica, a wall ornament at best. That said, it is worth purchasing for any collector/knife enthusiasts. The knuckles are heavy and function as well as hunk of metal should, but the blade is low grade (yes, AUS-6 is fairly low grade) steel. Price 5/5 Style 5/5 Function 2/5. Overall, a worthwhile purchase.Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 3.00
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Reviewed by glockfan from Rhode Island on 15-Mar-2013Looks cool, quality is poor
Rating2 star2
I was excited to get this for about a week.Bought it on a whim with the penny shipping. Overall, the quality of the product is poor. The knuckles are heavy and will do some serious damage, but the blade is so thin you can move it with your hand easily. I would seriously think twice before deploying it in a defensive scenario. Looks cool though!Would you recommend this to a friend? No
Average Rating: 2.00
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Reviewed by Mario McDowell from Las Vegas, NV on 20-Jun-2012Tested
Rating5 star5
Had this Trench knife for about eight days for testing. So far nothing on this Trench knife has broken at all. I've punch a meat,sand stab
Average Rating: 5.00
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