20th Century War Weapons, Clothing & Accessories

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.

20th Century War Knives, Daggers & Swords

Unique cutting tools and weapons that exhibit how brutal and elegant the cutting had become. From the trenches to the all out frontal assaults you will find an array of collectible pieces from around the world both original and expertly crafted reproductions.

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20th Century War Bayonets & Accessories

The key to close quarters combat, the bayonet served many purposes from entrenching and eating to attack or self defense.  We bring you some of the most rare originals and expertly crafted reproductions for the collector and those looking to complete their firearms. Folding bayonets, fixed blades and scabbards of all kinds.

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20th Century War Dummy Weapons

Non-firing replicas that both look and feel the part from each war and various countries. From Allied to Axis, you have some of the most intriguing here.

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20th Century War Gun Parts & Accessories

Magazines and ammo carriers, plus parts for your original firearm of the era. Hard to find accessories that complete any reenactors outfit with accuracy from various countries.

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20th Century War Helmets

From real surplus to exacting replicas made from originals you'll find a wide array of sturdy helmets that capture the look and feel of the real thing. Includes helmets from Germany, US, Europe and Asia.

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20th Century War Caps & Hats

Covering heads from many countries and through many campaigns whether winter or summer. Surplus and replicas that work for the reenactor or your next hunt.

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20th Century War Clothing & Accessories

Buy 20th Century War German and American Clothing & Accessories at AtlantaCutlery.com. Also included are rare military surplus accessories British bags, map cases, Jerry cans, and other Collectible Field Gear and Equipment from WWI & WWII.

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20th Century War Belts & Holsters

Military holsters are a category of holster unto themselves. Unlike civilian belt rigs those issued to the military, be it U.S., British, French or German, generally had to meet a specified requirement for design. In this regard, nearly all military holsters used during World War I and World War II, regardless of origin, were full-flap holsters. AtlantaCutlery.com carries high quality, faithful reproductions of these holsters, belts, buckles and pouches.

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Top Customer Reviews

Review of: British WWI Robbins of Dudley Fighting Knife

This blade completes the set, last month I puchesed the other WW i Robbins push dagger trench knife, Very happy. Although the sheaths take some time to fully hold the blde ,it does adjust. If I had to wear this I would leave off the strap that holds the knive as it loops through the handles of both these Fine Knives, Overall, A Great Knive, Thaks ya'll !
Reviewed by: John, August 05, 2018

Review of: German WWII 2nd Model Naval Dagger

It's very nice and built well. I have a great collection of ww2 german real items. I wish I could afford a real Navy dagger. If the makers mark was on the back and the little washer was leather it would be better.
OH! well can't have everything.
Reviewed by: kelly, August 03, 2018

Review of: Japanese Arisaka WWII Rifle Reproduction Cleaning Rod

Very impressed with a fit and finish and the customer service..
.component was package very well.
Reviewed by: Michael, July 31, 2018

Review of: Arisaka Type 30 Bayonet with Scabbard

Nice looking bayonet and scabbard made in India. No faux makers marks on this piece.  Deep blue blade, nice wooden grips.  Fits the leather frog perfectly.   Slightly loose fit in the scabbard.  Not inexpensive, but nicely made.
Reviewed by: David L, July 30, 2018

Review of: P-38 Hardshell Luger Holster German WWII AfrikaKorps

I purchased this for use as my deep woods carry holster for a 9MM S
Reviewed by: Gregory, May 19, 2018

Review of: 1917 US Trench Knife

I am very pleased with the quality. Great attention to detail. I bought it for the history behind it for my collection and was not disappointed.
Reviewed by: don, April 19, 2018

Review of: US WWII Generals Crush Cap

the hat is a great quality replica. made very well and they shipped it to me right away. i was impressed.
Reviewed by: Alan, April 07, 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.
Reviewed by: Jean, 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.
Reviewed by: kent, 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.
Reviewed by: Sam, January 24, 2018