Originally designed for combat purposes, this knife has taken in a bit of gothic style to change into a notable decoration. Of course, a decorative look doesn't stop the Gothic Trench Knife with Hidden Skull Blade from looking like an impressive weapon. Modeled after the trench knives that gained popularity during World War I and World War II, this blade features a decorative hilt that has a wicked skull pommel and a grip that's ringed by individual finger loops, like a classic brass knuckle. The stainless steel blade possesses a clipped point and a satin finish, which gives the knife's blade a rugged yet impressive texture, while laser-etched flames seem to burn along the knife's leading edge. This knife hides a secret, though, as the skull pommel can be pulled free, revealing a smaller, hidden knife that slides right into the handle and up along the main blade's back. This hidden knife is held in place by a magnetic stud. The knife measures approximately 12 inches long, while the main blade measures 6.75 inches long and the hidden blade measures 4 inches long. It includes a black leather sheath with a belt loop, which makes it easy to carry or store this knife. With a pair of blades and a brass knuckle guard, this Gothic Trench Knife with Hidden Skull Blade looks like a weapon that could be used to crack some skulls and take some names, although thanks to its incredible appearance, it's also a great weapon to show off and display, too.
Key Features An Ornately Gothic Combat Knife Stainless Steel Blade has a Satin Finish and Laser-Etched Flames Cast-Metal Guard Features Gothic Designs and Knuckle Duster Finger Loops Hidden Blade is Held In Place Via a Magnetic Stud Includes a Black Leather Belt Sheath A Fantastic Costume Weapon or Fantasy Decoration Superb As a Collectible or a Gift Idea
Measurements Blade Length: 6.75 inches Miniature Blade Length: 4 inches Overall Length: 12 inches