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Recent Reviews - Trademark Knives

By Dood 1.
Iron Reaver Finger Claw-Blackend Silver

EPIC! I really wish you could buy a set of these in gloves or like 5-10 of them at once so you could be like scissor hands.

By Mlelvin G.
Silver Single Blade Folding Knife w/ Wood handle 7.875 inch

Excellent knife for the pocket. Better than expected!

By John C.
Original William Wallace...#1 Medieval Sword

The William T. Wallace Medieval sword is a beautiful replica. It is well crafted sword, with rich leather, a well crafted pommel and a super designed blade. It's going to be an asset to any sword collection.

By Sean S.
KILL BILL Katanas Two Sword Set with Display Stand

Just received these instruments of cinematic death and I must say, they are gorgeous. I've wanted a katana replica for years and these babies scratch that itch and then some. You won't be lopping off limbs with these blades, but the weight, aesthetic and just absolute beauty of these swords is fully realized and too good to pass up. Well done, Knife Depot.

By Bill E.
Skull Wing Design Pocket Knife

Outstanding! My Grandson has a collection and he loves this.

By Daniel P.
Trademark 10" Black Fixed Blade Survival Knife with Survival Gear

Great knife, solid overall product for the cost.

By William T.
Assisted Opening Black Stainless Steel Pocket Knife

This is my second one of these knives and I like them a lot. The first one came with a much sharper blade. However one of the screws came out of the clasp and I could not find a replacement which made it impossible to carry it in my pocket.

By Gary A.
Red /Black Ninja Sword - 37 inch

The ninja sword is of decent quality and I am satisfied with the purchase however, the sheath itself is of poor quality in that the (though fabric covered) is taped over a cork like compound which is easily broken when the sword is handled for viewing. With the weight of the sword it can pose a problem with the taped fabric unraveling and inner sheath lining cracking or breaking.