British Empire Knives, Gun-Parts & Accessories

In this section you’ll find British Empire Knives, British Empire gun parts, British Empire accessories and home décor.  Some of the items are original like flints and musket balls from the Napoleonic campaign and in excellent condition, others are reproduction items based off originals that capture the exact look, feel and function with quality workmanship and materials.  The replicas are often made on the sub continent of India just as many would have been made during the East India Company time. Either way, you‘ll be proud to own a piece of the empire.

British Empire Knives & Accessories

Buy antique knives, kukris and accessories, many from the from the British Empire lost arsenal found at the royal palace of Lagan Silekhana in Nepal, at Atlanta Cutlery.

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British Empire Gun Parts & Accessories

Complete your prized original with rare surplus and functional replicas that are made from them.

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Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Martini Henry Brass Muzzle Cover #2

Good match to an original!
Reviewed by: Herb, September 08, 2019

Review of: Longleaf Traditional Antique Kukri with Reproduction Scabbard, 2 Knives

Great kukri - this came in good condition, but a bit dirty.  There was no active rust, but there was corrosion from years of storage and two significant dents in the edge.  I spent about an hour working on it with a rust eraser and a whetstone and got it back to almost original condition, though the dents would need much more work to take out.  Mine had a wooden handle which is very solid and in fairly decent shape.  In hand it feels authoritative and "choppy" in a good way.  If you haven't handled a historic kukri before then they're very interesting and very utilitarian.

To be honest, it wouldn't be my first choice for outdoor usage, but it would definitely work in a pinch.  As a collector piece... it's really, really good.  This is a vintage or antique blade, and when you think about it, the dents in my blade just indicate that it saw use during the day.  More likely than not, someone trusted this blade with their life when they took it with them on an expedition.
Reviewed by: Michael, July 21, 2019

Review of: Longleaf Traditional Antique Kukri with Reproduction Scabbard, 2 Knives

I can't begin to tell you how much I loved this ! It was all I could have wished for . The knife was beautiful  and the reproduction was really well made . The two small knife's were nicer than I thought they'd be . I had wanted this item for some time now and it was well worth the wait . Really , really please . Will be  wanting to buy other products form Atlanta cutlery in the future .
Reviewed by: shawn, March 24, 2019

Review of: Longleaf Traditional Antique Kukri with Reproduction Scabbard, 2 Knives

Great piece of history. Knife is huge and scary. Love it.
Reviewed by: jacob, February 07, 2019

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

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: Wood Kukri Handle

It's in pretty good shape. It's definitely worth $8. I haven't done anything with it yet but I'm sure when I sand it and put linseed oil on it, it will look really good.
Reviewed by: , July 15, 2017

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

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: Wood Kukri Handle

Handle looks great, I am fitting it on to the original blade I bought
Reviewed by: philip, March 06, 2016

Review of: Martini Henry Brass Oiler with Factory Markings

Very nice M-H rifle oiler bottle.  Great condition.  A little pricey but excellent condition and with marking as advertised.
Reviewed by: Ed, February 07, 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