Warfare changed drastically in the first World War with the new technologies that had been introduced. World War II brought with it even more advances; and thus destruction. Although the formation of the United Nations was meant to prevent such a massive conflict from arising again, wars are still fought well into the 21st century. AtlantaCutlery.com carries replica weapons that span the century, from trench knives to dummy grenades to bayonets and pistols. We also carry helmets, boots and uniforms spanning many decades of nations at war.
Top Customer Reviews
Review of: US WWII Square Tip Machete
Very happy with the product, will use it for reenacting. I was surprised how well it was made and the scabbard was A-1: thank you
February 16, 2018
Review of: German WWII Reproduction Luftwaffe Officer’s Cap
The pic of this replica cap does it no justice. In the pic, the cap has a heather blue shade which makes it look dull and unappealing. In person, it is a solid dark shade of navy blue, not at all heathered in any way (thank goodness). It's nice wool material, solid sturdy construction, and masculine shade of blue impressed me. The visor cap and braided bands are strong and sturdy as well. The only drawback is it's faux crest and shield are stitched patches. But considering all the quality and detail that was put into the cap itself, I'm okay with a stitched crest and shield.
February 13, 2018
Review of: 1907 Bayonet with Hooked Quillion & Sheath
I bought 2 of this model and 2 butcher blade bayonets. They are solid and well made. The steel seems of good quality (though I'm not going to test them on a rock wall, but they look and feel as if that's the only way to break them). This model is not heavy or bulky, I think graceful is a good synonym. I wanted something that Bruce Willis would've chosen to go back into the basement to save Ving Rhames with in Pulp Fiction. Real, not a decoration.
February 13, 2018
Review of: German WWII Navy Diver's Knife
I happen to have a good friend whose Dad served during WW2. The Dad was able to bring back one of these German Diver's Knife as a souvenir. This reproduction is as close to the original as can be. The only downside is that the thing weighs a ton (being all metal). In the water the weight wouldn't matter. On Land, it's a moose.
January 24, 2018
Review of: Russian Kindjal
I just bought this sword presharpened and I love it,I put it on diamond and ceramic stones
December 29, 2017
Review of: WWI Belgian Trench Knife
This is a very attractive dagger with all metal parts having a bronze finish. The blade is not sharp but should sharpen easily. The sheath is all metal and very heavy duty. It does not hold the as blade as securely as I would like but a piece of leather glued inside the throat would solve that problem. The dark hardwood handle is attached to the tang with a pin and should hold up very well. In my opinion this one of these best daggers I have purchased from Atlanta Cutlery.
November 28, 2017
Review of: German U–Boat Officer Leather Jacket
This is my second review of this jacket.
I bought it last February and it's become my favorite cold weather jacket. I have a half dozen black leather jackets that I regularly wear, but I were this one more than all the others combined.
I have a black leather Pork Pie hat that dresses it up and a black leather slouch cap that dresses it down.
According to the other reviewers and my personal experience, the sizes run small, so order the next larger size than you normally wear.
November 25, 2017
Review of: US Model 1917 Bolo Knife with Scabbard
This is as close to an exact replica as I have ever seen! Even the part of the sheath that would normally NEVER be seen! I imagine a re-enactor would be pleased to have one of these.
August 31, 2017
Review of: Long M1 Bayonet with Scabbard
Fit my 1918 manufactured 1903 Springfield perfectly; tight with no alteration (gentle tapping into place or to remove)(the release button worked well for the scabbard and the bayonet mounting lug). I appreciated the all black theme: blade, handle, scabbard. Looks like it belongs. An attractive reproduction. D**n 16 inches is long and definitely impressive. The 1905 version (with blackened blade, not available) might have been closer to technically correct (different scabbard) but I wouldn't want any thing different. The M1 Garand and scabbard version was perfect. Thanks.
August 02, 2017