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Daggers & Stilettos

Daggers are most likely the predecessor to the sword. Historically they were usually double edged and used to deliver quick, lethal strokes. Their small size made it perfect for those more nefarious types. Stilettos, from the Latin stilus for stake, were used more for stabbing rather than cutting. The long narrow blade tapers to a point. AtlantaCutlery.com carries a wide assortment of quality daggers.

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Battlecry Crecy War Dagger

#404231
The Windlass Battlecry double edged Crecy War Dagger has a battle-hardened blue patina and peened full tang. The 1065 high carbon steel is tempered to a low 50s RC. Overall 15 inches.
$94.95 $150.00

British WWI Robbins of Dudley Push Dagger

#403246
These WWI, close quarters fighting knives were designed for stabbing from behind with a natural movement with the high carbon steel blade held horizontal to the ground. Includes standard top-grain leather scabbard sewn with waxed linen thread and brass hardware.
$59.95

German WWII 2nd Model Naval Dagger

#420021
This dagger features intricate brass work and includes dagger knot. The faux ivory grip has a brass wire wrap. Includes a brass sheath. Overall: 15-1/8 inches.
$199.95

German WWII Youth Dagger with Metal Scabbard

#420018
This dagger is made of steel with engraved blade and synthetic scales with embedded emblem. Comes with a metal scabbard with leather belt loop. Overall: 9-3/4 inches
$99.95

United Cutlery M48 Highland Sgian Dubh

#404368
This sleek and modern version of the traditional Scottish dagger features a 2Cr13 stainless steel blade with a nonreflective black oxide coating and a chic satin surface grind. Accented with three through-holes. The handle is black TPR. Overall: 9-5/8 inches
$34.95

US WWII Fighting Knife

#420015
This fighting knife has hardwood handle, steel parts and high carbon steel blade with full tang. Double-edged. Overall: 15-1/4’’.
$49.95 $69.95

Damascus Dragon’s Tooth Dagger

#404218
This wide, sharpened Damascus blade has a triangular bevel with a wooden handle that is Inlaid with ornate brass filigree. Includes a leather belt sheath with secure snap.
$59.95

DRK WWII Officer’s Dagger

#403622
Also known as a Red Cross Leader Hewer, this museum quality dagger features a steel nickel-plated blade and silver/red embroidered dagger knot.
$109.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: WWII V-42 Elite Special Forces Knife with Scabbard

Finally the V-42 has arrived.  Fantastic quality.  Sharp.  This knife really feels good in the hand.  I always check each of my knifes for the balance point.  This one is similar to my Sykes.  Even though a reproduction, it is cool to hold a very historic knife and also do some training.
Reviewed by: Thomas, May 09, 2019

Review of: Foreign Legion Paratroopers Knife

Just received my paratrooper knife today.  Love the handle with the machined grenade effect.  Grips good with wet hands.  I thought with the aluminum grip it would affect the balance.  Not bad at all.   Now, maybe Windlass will come out with a Marine Raider stiletto.
Reviewed by: Thomas, May 04, 2019

Review of: Fairbairn Sykes Commando Knife

I love this commando dagger.  Very well made and great balance.  The edge is ok but on this type of knife the user is the one who puts their signature edge on it.  I broke out the honing stone and went to work and now I have a great fighting edge on it.
Reviewed by: Thomas, April 28, 2019

Review of: Foreign Legion Paratroopers Knife

I have several different versions of the Fairbairn-Sykes knife and the V42 that the US copied from it.  This one is a nice addition to my collection, with one exception...the "grenade handle" is nicely made, but when the grooves were machined, no effort was made to relieve the edges of the grooves.  As a result, it almost cuts into your hand when you grip it.  If the handle were cast WITH the grooves, or if the edges of the grooves were relieved, I would like it a lot better.
Reviewed by: Ronald, April 20, 2019

Review of: 1918 US Knuckle Duster Trench Knife

these blade's do hold a edge..it takes awhile to sharpen,but once their sharpened it will cut through a 1" piece of rope with 1 sweep..I am a former Marine,Viet Nam Vet
Reviewed by: Jack, April 04, 2019

Review of: Battlecry Crecy War Dagger

I'm so pleased to find your website you have great knives including this dagger which is absolutely beautiful and deadly at the same time it's GREAT! I'll be ordering much more things!
Reviewed by: Martin, March 17, 2019

Review of: Battlecry Crecy War Dagger

Was not sure what to expect, but was pleasantly surprised.  Good quality steel.  Does not beg for attention but is silently deadly looking.  I don't go around stabbing bottles or random pieces of wood.  It to be used as a tool.  Can be used to stab and slash.  Yepper, I would recommend it.
Reviewed by: Jim, March 13, 2019

Review of: SA WWII Service Dagger

I ordered one each SA and SS daggers for Christmas to me :)  … I received both on time amd in good condition , my objection or discrepancy is they are in the grip small . I am a 5 ft 9 in  man … big hand but not huge … I do not know where made , I assume China … but it is to small to be comfortably held in my hand … YU cud maybe suggest to yur supplier to increase the size to accommodate American Hands … Thank You
Reviewed by: Stephen, March 06, 2019

Review of: Damascus Boarding Knife

Even better than I thought. Goes good with my re-enactment group. The nice leather sheath is styling. The handle is exceptional. And the pattern welded, blade is great.
Reviewed by: Kevin, March 03, 2019

Review of: Cold Steel Drop Forged Boot Knife

Great quality added to my collection.
Reviewed by: Vaughn, February 25, 2019