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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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1918 US Knuckle Duster Trench Knife

#420020
Replica high carbon steel Knife with Knuckle Duster grip, steel pyramid skull crusher pommel and WW1 period-correct steel sheath with markings. Arrives sharpened from the factory.
$149.95

Foreign Legion Paratroopers Knife

#420017
Our WWII Foreign Legion Paratroopers Knife has an aluminum grenade-style handle and paratrooper markings on the sharp, blackened high carbon steel blade.
$79.95

SA WWII Service Dagger

#420016
An exacting replica made of high carbon steel blade. It features a SA runes button, a high-necked grip eagle, a typical RZM grip and gray nickel-plated surfaces.
$99.95

Magnum Sgian Dubh

#404025
A classic Scottish stocking knife made of 440 stainless steel with full profile tang and black micarta scales. Overall 9 inches.
$44.95

1917 US Trench Knife

#420007
This replica of a WWI Trench Knife is made with carbon steel, triangular blade/spike, hard wood grip and stamped steel knuckle bow with pyramid shaped protrusions. Includes OD green leather sheath with metal parts.
$114.95

SS M33 WWII Dagger

#403620
A museum quality dagger made of high quality carbon steel. Comes with black wood grip and steel scabbard. Overall 13-5/8 inches.
$89.95

Mini Boot Knife with Black Finish Semi-Serrated Blade

#403541
This Sub Commander Mini Boot Knife has razor sharp AUS-6 stainless steel blade with blood groove. Impact resistant TPR handle is textured and has an integral guard for non-slip grip. Sheath with nylon lanyard for tactical carry.
$14.95

British WWI Robbins of Dudley Fighting Knife

#403244
These are WWI close quarters fighting knives. The high carbon double edged blade is very sharp. Aluminium hilted, these knives were normally held with the blade pointed downward. Includes standard top-grain leather scabbard.
$59.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Fang of the Dragon Damascus Dagger

This is a great little dagger.  Well balanced and the Damascus pattern on it is beautiful.  Excellent price, too.
Reviewed by: Rory, June 28, 2021

Review of: Wartech Full Tang Skull Dagger

Bought this blade for a friend who's into Punisher type items.  He lit up when he saw the skull symbol.  Plus it came razor sharp.
Reviewed by: Harold, June 20, 2021

Review of: Damascus Commando Dagger w/ Wood Handle

No loose parts, good acid etched pattern. The inside of the scabbard absorbs oil so new buyers should oil frequently.
Reviewed by: Kyle, June 02, 2021

Review of: Fang of the Dragon Damascus Dagger

My favorite sheath knife. Razor sharp, beautifully crafted, perfect size for me! For the price, a real deal!
Reviewed by: Karl, December 12, 2020

Review of: Stag Horn & Damascus Hunting Dagger

Small but large enough to get the job done.  Beautifully made.  Not made for hard core down and dirty survival combat.  But , will damn sure answer the call if needed.  Brass and antler handle makes it "plum purty."
Reviewed by: Jim, September 08, 2020

Review of: Railroad Spike Dagger

Let's start with the shipping department. They did a great job in securely packaging this knife and got it it off in record time.
As it comes from the manufacturer, the knife is inside a very heavy plastic bag. It is completely covered in oil and there was not a speck of rust on the knife anywhere. On the exterior of the wrapping at the blade point is a triangle of soft plastic that's about an inch long and slides over the tip of the blade. Have paper towels near you when you unbag the knife - it's oily! After cleaning the knife thoroughly I was really impressed with how it felt in my hand. It was as if this knife were custom-made for me. It fits my hand and balances perfectly. I wanted to see what kind of rough use it could take and took a can of soup and positioned the tip along the rim and gave it a good solid whack with the heel of my hand on the flat hilt. It easily punctured the soup can and when I walked it along the lid it cut quite easily.
I next sliced a small, recently fallen tree limb into thin strips of tinder. The edge I was using on this double edged knife is holding up just fine. I'm going to slice up a bunch of cardboard boxes today before I burn them and then hone the blade.
The sheath belies the $20 price point for this knife. It's well-made and securely holds the blade while still allowing you to get all four fingers on the hilt. There's a bit of space between the tip of the knife and the bottom of the sheath and the edges do not come in contact with the sides of the sheath. This alone will add to the longevity of the sheath. The loop on the sheath will easily handle a 2 and 3/4 inch belt. The sheath is double-stitched but I can't tell by feeling what material the stitching is. I may put a few rivets in just to be on the safe side. The sheath is a nice looking brown leather but I wish it were black leather.
Overall I'm thoroughly impressed with this knife and sheath. I'm going to have to buy a few more of this company's products.
Reviewed by: William, October 04, 2019

Review of: Railroad Spike Dagger

This dagger is awesome. Very heavy. Single piece construction. Great knife for odd jobs and looks great.
Reviewed by: Richard, September 12, 2019

Review of: Railroad Spike Dagger

beautiful, solid, fun
great multi-purpose knife plus an eye-catching conversation starter. great deal at a great price.
Reviewed by: matthew, July 29, 2019

Review of: Railroad Spike Dagger

Everything I'd hoped for and more.  Should be able to pass this down for Generations.
Reviewed by: Thomas, July 21, 2019

Review of: Railroad Spike Dagger

The knife is very solid and well made from a railroad spike, the leather sheath is durable does not have a flimsy feel at all, the edge is nice and sharp out of the box, of course, I'll bring it to razor sharpness.
Reviewed by: Ronald, July 18, 2019