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Nobody wants to be in a position where they need to use a knife in lethal engagement, but Dark Ops knives have been designed to be the most effective edged combat weapons available.

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Designed by Bob Dozier and produced in collaboration with Ka-Bar, the Ka-Bar Bull Dozier knife shows the forty years of knife-making experience Mr. The Bull Dozier could work as a combat knife, hunting knife, or survival knife -- strong enough for any rough task and ...

Typical of these interesting and complex combat weapons, the Shaolin Monk’s Spade has a history as intriguing as its shape.

Back-engineered to functional basics after WWII, the combat dagger lost much of its artistic quality along the way.

The mystique of these weapons carries on, regardless of need.

Modern edged weapons are as versatile as ever, ranging in quality from souvenirs to true combat sidearms.

A cut above the entry level practical cutters, the CAS Hanwei Practical Wakizashi features the edge tempering of more expensive blades and cuts cost in other ways.

If you need a sword for cutting practice, you probably care more about the steel than the fittings. The Uzi EK Battlefield Commander does have an interesting high-tech look but comes up slightly short in durability.

Dark Operations Fighting Knives produce some of the finest tactical fighting knives on the market today.

These knives have been manufactured from a proprietary hybrid alloy of Chromium, Cobalt, Tungsten, Vanadium and Molybdenum with surgical grade stainless steel.

The favorite field and military knife of Nepal's Gurkha regiments inspired the Rajah III from Cold Steel.