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Where To Buy

Don't get us wrong, you're more than welcome to buy knives online right off this very spiffy website. But be advised, you might save money if you get your knife through a dealer.

That's because we sell our knives at full, suggested retail prices while some of our dealers offer pretty solid discounts on our products.

Visit one of the retailers below to experience a KA-BAR in your own bare hands.

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What Owners Say

I wanted to write KA-BAR and express my love for a knife, yes I know an inanimate object, however, I feel compelled to describe my appreciation for a company whom I have an extreme respect for. When I was in the Marines stuck in Kuwait City in 1992, I was in country for over a year, the Marines extended me past my EAS "End of Active Service" so I was beginning to miss my family, my Ssgt, he cheered me up by giving me his KA-BAR knife, I know hard to believe, an amazing gift to give up, however he felt bad I had to stay in country while my buddies flew home. He knew I admired the knife and I was very impressed and proud to have it as a token of our friendship. He and I were good friends and I treasured the knife for years, we lost contact, I found out later from another Marine in our unit he had died in a car wreck and I kept the knife as a momento of my service and our friendship. He had carved his intials into the handle and date. In 1999, I split with my wife, we were going through a divorce, before I could get my stuff out of storage, she had sold all my old Marine stuff at a garage sale for pennies, to include my old Alice Pack with Frame and the KA-BAR knife I treasured so much. Needless to say I was highly upset. Now, fast forward to today, I was browsing Cabellas, and I dropped by the knife display and I see one similar to my old friends, the USMC KA-BAR knife, I bought one. Its funny how something as simple as a knife can make you feel great, I took it home and immediately mink oiled the leather and carved his intials. I just wanted you to know how much it means to own this knife again, I know its just a knife, but it means more to me, it means America, it means Heroism of WW2, its a faith in something, someth ing strong and worthy of my admiration. I just wanted you guys who make this knife to know I admire it, its history, its durability, and the memory of an old marine buddy, thanks for making something I enjoy and can hand down to my son with pride, Thanks Sgt Clark A. Gullette USMC

Sgt Clark A Gullette