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Civil War Swords & Other Weapons

The American Civil War started with old-fashioned infantry charges and cavalry attacks, but ended with weapons of great firepower and mass destruction. Weapons used in the War Between the States ranged from guns, knives and swords for personal combat to large cannons for battlefield combat. Read more about the Civil War in our learning center

AtlantaCutlery brings to you a wide collection of American Civil War Swords, Guns and other weapons.

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1840 Non Commissioned Sword

The single edged blade has a single broad fuller running from the ricasso to near the point. The entire hilt is cast brass and the grip is ribbed. Pommel is global with a capstan. Grip is flanked by kidney-shaped hand guards.

1853 Civil War Socket Bayonet

This bayonet was designed for 1853 three band Enfield long rifle includes a brass mounted leather scabbard. Overall 20-1/2 inches.

1859 Sharps Civil War Carbine

This non firing replica features a genuine hardwood stock and metal parts. Many of the parts function on this extremely realistic replica. Even the weight is right.

1859 Sharps Civil War Military Rifle

This 1859 Sharps Military Rifle was seen as an upgrade from the musket and used by both Union and Confederate troops. This non firing replicas features a genuine hardwood stock and metal parts. Many of the parts function on this extremely realistic replica.

1860 Army Civil War Revolver - Black & Brass Finish

This non firing replica of the cap and ball M1860 Army Issue Revolver has a black & brass finish and was carried by both sides during the American Civil War.

1860 Heavy Cavalry Saber

This heavy Cavalry Saber features a 36" blade. The brass guard had three bars to protect the hand and the grip was wire bound leather and capped with a sturdy pommel. In its double ringed, steel scabbard, it could be easily attached to a saddle or to a belt.

1860 Light Cavalry Union Saber

This British military spec Light Cavalry Saber has a hand forged blade that will flex over 20° and return to true. Leather handle is wire wrapped. Steel scabbard included. Overall 41 inches.

1862 Navy Pocket Pistol Non-firing Replica - Antiqued Grey Finish

The Pocket Navy retained the octagonal barrel and traditional loading lever of the earlier pocket model but was up-sized to .36 caliber just like the Pocket Police. This Navy replica features working hammer, trigger and cylinder.

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Confederate Staff & Field Officer's Sword

This sword is elegant, smooth, and ready for action.  I own many edged weapons and am pretty good at judging the quality of weapons, and this sword it the "real deal", I would not hesitate one second taking this sword into battle, definitely Five Stars.
Reviewed by: Frank, September 17, 2018

Review of: 1840 Non Commissioned Sword

An excellent functional version of the Army NCO Sword. Not fancy, but fully functional and might be used for ceremonial purposes.
Reviewed by: William, September 13, 2018

Review of: US 1860 Naval Cutlass

An excellent functional sword as used by the navy boarding parties in the days of sails.
Reviewed by: William, September 13, 2018

Review of: Confederate Cavalry Officer's Saber

liked this so well I bought a second one to raffle at an up coming SCV fund raising event.
Reviewed by: Paul, July 30, 2018

Review of: Old West Repeating Rifle

very nice would be better if it could be used as a real rifle
Reviewed by: Alexander, December 24, 2017

Review of: Heavy Cavalry Saber

Large slashing Dragoon Saber which replaced the earlier smaller thrusting Dragoon Saber.  Very high quality piece.  Now, since I own both, I can portray both time periods of a pre-Civil War, 1st Regiment Dragoon Trooper west of the Mississippi.  I was lucky enough examine an original of Civil War vintage, which was found in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia in the early 20th century by my Father-in-law.
Reviewed by: Robert, December 17, 2017

Review of: US 1860 Naval Cutlass

Purchased this for my husband's care giver when she made Petty Officer, she loved it. My husband is a retired disabled Army Senior NCO.
Reviewed by: Machell, May 26, 2017

Review of: US 1860 Naval Cutlass

I own an original Ames Cutlass that I purchased for $450.  This is as close to the original Ames as humanly possible.  The other reproductions out there are cheap looking, flimsy and nothing like the M1860 which I own.  The only true difference is the scabbard which, I am sure, would add a much bigger price to the item the original scabbard is fastened by many brass pins and not sown.  Buy this reproduction!!  For the price you cannot go wrong!!
Reviewed by: Sam, May 06, 2017

Review of: Model 1860 Union Cavalry Officer's Saber

This sabre's handling compares very favorably to the originals, and has a very pleasing blade profile. The tip is well formed and the floral design of the hilt is also very well executed.
Reviewed by: , April 22, 2017

Review of: Confederate Cavalry Saber

I made this purchase when it was a deal of the week.  For the reduced price it turned out to be a no brainer. It is a beautiful sword.  I was attracted to it because of the non traditional beige leather grip.  The construction is quite good in my opinion. Nothing loose , no rattles.  The scabbard is well constructed and would make a decent weapon by itself.
I did not order the sharpening service as that makes the sword non-returnable if for any reason you do not like it . I intend to use it as a display piece mostly but at some point I will put an edge on the blade in case I get involved in a cavalry charge.   I would have preferred the sword not have CSA stamped on it.  That is just a personal preference as I was not looking for a north/south replica , I just wanted a cavalry sword.  
To sum up , it was a heck of a deal on a well made, very attractive sword.
I hope the offer more deals like this in the future .
Reviewed by: JOSEPH, April 20, 2017