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Spatha Custom Blade


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  • Product Description

    Directly influenced by the Spatha blade believed to have been carried by King Leonidas as the battle of Battle at Thermopylae, Summer of 480 BC. Hand Made and egraved in Texas by a US Marine.

    13-inch overall length, 5 inch blade, 1050 carbon steel, sharpened with a convex edge for sustained edge life, distressed and battleworn look, oil tanned hog hide wrapped handles, Kydex sheath,  "Stand For Something" on one blade face, and "Molon Labe" on the other.

    Comes with Kydex sheath with belt loops. Available only here.


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    1. Excellent Craftsmanship

      Totally BA knife on 3rd Sep 2016

    2. Over all a great knife

      The knife is simple and rugged, I would have preferred the edges where radiused to prevent snagging and catches on equipment and clothing. Nice enough to display but I have zero reservations taking it out and using it in field conditions. Also I would have liked a screw type tension adjustment for the sheath. Overall a great knife! on 4th Jan 2016

    3. Best gift ever!

      Amazing! Bought for my brother and he was beyond impressed. on 17th Aug 2015

    4. Great Quality

      I bought this blade as a graduation gift for my recruit who is currently at USMC Boot Camp. It is a great product made with quality materials and with a great back story. King Leonidas is a great figure in history and I love that this piece is inspired by him. With one side saying Stand For Something is represents honor as well. on 19th Jul 2015

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