United Cutlery Collection

United Cutlery Collection

Whether your knife collection is functional or just for fun, United Cutlery has a blade for you. For over 20 years, United Cutlery has produced some of the highest-quality, in-demand knives on the market. As licensed producers of movie and video game replica knives and swords, United Cutlery offers a unique product for knife collectors.

All the United Cutlery knives in stock at Knife Depot are backed by our 60-day, money-back guarantee, so you have the assurance of knowing you're buying top quality that lasts. You'll have a hard time finding more value for your dollar than with a United Cutlery knife from Knife Depot.

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United Cutlery Jungle Hunter Machete
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United Cutlery Hibben III Tactical Machete
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Recent Reviews - United Cutlery Collection

Excellent knife, couldn't ask for anything more.

Nice blade, to much going on with sleeves (no belt hoop, and a large shoulder strip).

Like the knife but the finger guard was loose when I received it.

Great looking self defense knife, and keeps people away from me when wearing it on my belt which is great, it was not sharp when I bought it, so I had to sharpen it.

Very nice solid machete looks great and very sharp.

2 for sharpness. Not sharp at all

Nice big knife. Very sturdy with out being to bulky. Sheath leaves something to be desired, but for the price good value.

Awesome set of knives! When I received these I was kinda worried that the very sharp tip would bend/break easily but I am glad to be wrong. I have owned and thrown these on a regular basis for over a year and there is absolutely nothing wrong with them. I read a review that said these knives bent by being thrown hard. 1; If you're looking to start throwing knives, after you place your order,go find a couple log rounds! (About a 6" thick cut off from a downed tree). If you don't have access to a chain saw, you can just stop anytime you see a crew removing trees. Walk over and tell them you will pay them to cut a couple rounds for you, I offered a guy $5 and he was glad to cut me some. If possible,try to get a soft wood but honestly,any will do. 2; Throwing a knife hard is not only destroying your chances to ever form a good muscle memory but it's extremely dangerous! A very hard thrown knife can come back at you as fast as you threw it. There is no need to "power" the knife into a target. Throw it like you were playing baseball with your kid, not a major league catcher. I hope this post helps at least one person trying to get into throwing knives. It's a somewhat challenging,fun and very rewarding hobby. Kit Rae knives are a very good choice for a beginner or a long time thrower.