American Civil War Weapons, Clothing & Accessories

The Civil War, beginning in 1861 and ending in 1865, was the bloodiest war in American history, More than 10,000 military actions took place with at least 618,000 Americans dying from battle or disease; more than the total losses from the American Revolution through the Vietnam War. 

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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American Civil War Weapon Accessories

Cartridge pouches, belts, holsters, cleaning rods, patch knives, powder flasks, it's all here to complete that outfit or prized collection.

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Civil War Clothing & Utensils

Covering many ranks for the Union and Confederacy, you will look the part with real cut patterns and accurate materials to the originals

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American Civil War Kepis, Caps & Hats

Kepis have long defined the Civil War uniform and we've got them all. Cavalry, infantry and artillary in all their colors and ranks. Made from real wool and leather to replicate accurately the items as they would have been made during the era.

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Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Confederate Cavalry Saber

Very happy with my saber quality is excellent very well made will be looking forward to future purchases.
Reviewed by: James, May 28, 2019

Review of: Solid Copper Coffee Mug

I like it a great deal. I found out that it is used for cold beverages not hot beverages. I thought I could use it for hot beverages, but apparently not. However, I love the cup and I will continue to use it because I believe that it is healthy to do so.
Reviewed by: Terry, May 22, 2019

Review of: Civil War Kepi for Enlisted Men US

High quality and authentic look for a reasonable price.  Fits as sized.
Reviewed by: John, May 17, 2019

Review of: Union Enlisted Cavalry Shell Jacket

Beautiful jacket.  Color and quality outstanding for price.  I am 6’4” and weigh 240 lbs. Usually items are snug and short for me.  This jacket fit me perfectly.
Reviewed by: John, May 17, 2019

Review of: D-Guard Bowie Knife

Good quality large knife.  Holds an edge well.  I have opened pellet bags with it by the thrust and slice method; very satisfactory.  More than a stage prop.  Wild hog had 2 arrows in it.  Had nothing else; finished it with the D guard Bowie.
Reviewed by: Paul, March 30, 2019

Review of: Civil War Army Style Holster

Love the cut and fit of this holster.  This is the first cross carry holster I have bought.  Great quality of construction.
Reviewed by: Steven, March 16, 2019

Review of: Le Mat Confederate Pistol

First and foremost I’m giving it a five star rating, but I got to say this is an ugly and heavy hunk of metal. I own six of these denix pistols now and they all vary in quality. The model 1873 long barrel revolver is the highest quality with a great sound to it and smooth action. Any of the engraved revolvers look awesome but feel cheaper. Now this LeMat has neither a good sound or a very smooth action. But the gun is solid and looks mean. It’s a must have for any collector.
Reviewed by: Kyle, February 19, 2019

Review of: Union Officer's Round-About Jacket

I bought this wool jacket to make a presentation coat like many of the Plains Native American tribal leaders would wear when they posed for photographs.  All of the buttons have the eagle, just as the Civil War originals did.  I plan on having Captain's shoulder boards attached to this in the future.  I am considering adding some sleeve buttons, in the future.  I think that any re-enactment officer of the Union Army would look great in this jacket.  I wore it around the house from the time that I opened the package just to get a feel for it.  It kept me warm all day, since it has been raining, and is a little more chilly than usual.  Well made and an exceptional value for the price point.
Reviewed by: Sherwin, February 15, 2019

Review of: Civil War Map Case - CSA

This reproduction is so good that it could pass as an original.  The oxidation is heavy, but some fine sandpaper can reduce it and make it look like it has pocket wear.  I am planning on using this with a collection of reproductions that commemorate the Cherokee Rifles, a Civil War battalion from the Indian Territory, which is the State of Oklahoma, today.  The Cherokee Rifles were led by Stand Waite, and were the last Confederates to lay down their arms.  Of course, this could be used with any Confederate military display or even in re-enactments.  Might be a good place to keep your Confederate money, also.
Reviewed by: Sherwin, February 15, 2019

Review of: Windlass Steelcrafts 1840 Heavy Cavalry Saber

As a fencer, reenactor, drill team member (saber), and free-form sword fighter, I dreamed of the perfect weapon.  When I received "Old Wrist Breaker", I put it on my sword belt, took it into the driveway, took it through the military manual of arms, then proceeded into a combat exercise, ending with shouldering arms.  It felt NATURAL!  Light and well-balanced, I saw no reason for it to have earned its nickname.  My only regret is that I had not paid extra to have it factory sharpened.
Reviewed by: David, February 13, 2019