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Antique & Replica Gun Parts & Accessories

New or experienced with restoration and DIY you’ll find some much needed help here. One of the hardest things about completing your historical firearm is not the work, it’s finding the rights parts. Pins, locks, gun stocks expertly recreated from originals make it easy. Replica gun parts, gun accessories and even replica gun kits are a great way to enjoy collecting and the accomplishment of finishing a unique gun is a conversation piece that can give you bragging rights over your friends!

Atlanta Cutlery (ACC) supplies spare parts and stocks for Lee Enfield, Snider and Martini-Henry and accessories in the United States. We sell factory production spare parts and accessories for antique reproduction firearms.

The parts we sell are for guns from the 1800’s to 1900’s. These guns have been manufactured at different factories over the years, so it is important that you have some skill and knowledge to tweak these parts to fit properly. Determine the manufacturer of your gun (not just the importer) before when doing any restoration. If the gun is older, you may have been produced by a manufacturer who is not in business any longer. We will try to assist you in finding appropriate substitute parts whenever possible.

We try to keep an ample stock of parts, but we do run out of parts occasionally. If for any reason something is out of stock we generally receive shipments of parts from the manufacturers several times a year.

If you do not find the parts you are looking for on this site, please call us at (800) 883-0300, and one of our knowledgeable staff will be able to assist you.

Made from authentic materials like steel, brass and hardwood, each piece will aid your next project. And the final results can be indistinguishable from originals making your next project a source of pride.

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British Musket Flints - 20 Pieces

These flints date from the Napoleonic Wars (1798-1815). For use with all period flintlock muskets, these British flints were made (knapped) to regulation pattern at Brandon in the county of Suffolk in England at the close of the 18th Century. Complete your original flintlock muskets with the original knapped flints. Order now while still available.

Replica Enfield Combination Musket Tool

This replica functional tool is used for assembling Civil War era muskets.

Windlass Brown Bess Waist Belt With Frog

Replica of belt holster used when carrying Brown Bess and similar Muskets. Made up of top grade black finished leather. Fits up to 53" waists.

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Japanese Arisaka WWII Rifle Reproduction Cleaning Rod

Well described and pictured, fair price for restoration project.
Reviewed by: Rich, January 31, 2019

Review of: Japanese Arisaka WWII Rifle Reproduction Cleaning Rod

Very well made reproduction, fits perfect and completes the look for anyone missing one
Reviewed by: James, January 24, 2019

Review of: Reproduction P-1853 Enfield, P-1864 Snider Trigger Guard

its a very nice piece, its was a bit longer then what the space it was there before.  But i knew that going in so i can make the proper adjustments.  I rather it be a bit longer then alot shorter.
Reviewed by: Walter, December 28, 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: Japanese Arisaka WWII Rifle Reproduction Cleaning Rod

Really well made.  Miles ahead of rusted-out "real" ones.
Reviewed by: Lowell, March 24, 2017

Review of: Reproduction P-1853 Enfield, P-1864 Snider Main Spring

good product ,roughly finished but will clean up nicely .i would recommend it , and i will most likely buy more .
Reviewed by: mark, December 19, 2016

Review of: Reproduction Brown Bess Sling

A nice White authentic British regular rifle sling of Rev War style! But can be used from the 1770's-1860's era also on other militia rifles as well! My
living history association the DEOA Historical Association recommends these!
Reviewed by: Kevin, September 11, 2015