American Frontier Weapons, Axes, Tomahawks

Odd pieces we love that show the ingenuity of the time including pole arms, hawks, canes and cudgels.

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Model 1869 Schofield Style Revolver - Nickel

This non-firing replica of 1869 First Model American Army revolver has the original's single action mechanism and top break loading mechanism. Authentic nickel-silver finish.

Spontoon Tomahawk Pipe

This tomahawk is hand-forged with a high carbon steel blade. Handle has cross-hatched bands and metal inlays. Overall 22 inches.

Standard Tomahawk Pipe

This collector grade tomahawk pipe, made by Windlass Steelcrafts, is hand-forged with high carbon steel blade. Shaft features bands of carved cross-hatching

USA 1886 .45 Army Revolver - Pewter

The weapon of choice for settlers in the West during the late 19th century, it was given many names - the Peacemaker, and Frontier Six-Shooter. This replica sports a functional lock mechanism, with a revolving cylinder and working ejector system.

USA 1886 .45 Army Revolver - Black

The Single-Action Army Revolver was produced to the tune of about 350,000 pieces in several forms and many calibers from 1872 to 1940. As famous as and synonymous with the Wild West, it was given colorful names like "Peacemaker".

USA 1886 .45 Army Revolver - Nickel

Non-firing Replica of the 19th century army revolver with nickel finish. Has a functional lock mechanism, revolving cylinder and working ejector system.

Old West Repeating Rifle

This Old West rifle features working lever action, metal butt plate, genuine wood stock, brass finish and gun blue parts.

M1873 Single Action Buntline Special Revolver

This M1873 Single Action Buntline Special from Denix is an all metal replica revolver with a black finish. It features real wood grips, a working action and fires caps.

Top Customer Reviews

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: Caps with Dummy Shells

Really useful - should fit a couple of my .45s.  Looks like fun.
Reviewed by: Lowell, March 24, 2017

Review of: USA 1886 .45 Army Revolver - Nickel

look so real and heavy
Reviewed by: virginia, February 03, 2017

Review of: M1873 Single Action Buntline Special Revolver

The M1873 Single Action Buntline Special is finely crafted and a really nice replica.
I am very pleased with it and the service from Atlanta Cutlery. I would recommend
this particular piece to any replica gun and/or rifle collector. Very unique with the
12-inch long barrel. I am very pleased with the purchase and with Atlanta Cutlery.
Reviewed by: Stanley, September 26, 2016

Review of: Spontoon Tomahawk Pipe

Solid hawk, bigger than it appears in the picture.  Feels great in the hand and the finish is good enough for it to be a wall hanger.
   As a pipe, there is SO much cosmolene, etc, in the pipe that I am not sure the 'ooverseas metal flavor' will ever be out of it, but it WOULD work if I wver was hard up enough for a pipe to try it!
Reviewed by: Michael, October 08, 2015

Review of: Half Moon Tomahawk

It meets,y expectation and looks great on my wall with my 1860 U.S. Cavalry Sabre from Cold Steel along with  framed map of the USA during the Civil war!


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Reviewed by: Timothy, May 01, 2015

Review of: Half Moon Tomahawk

I originally ordered this for my Dad, but once I held it in my hand and saw how beautiful and well made it was, I did the only logical thing and ordered one for myself. I do wish that there was an option for honing the blade, but it would still definitely do some blunt damage as is.
Reviewed by: Travis, December 03, 2012

Review of: Half Moon Tomahawk

Good item for back woods suruvuerlist.
Reviewed by: William, May 08, 2012