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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.
$149.95

United Cutlery Honshu Large Push Dagger

#404307
Constructed from one solid piece of AUS-6 stainless steel, this push dagger from United Cutlery has stylized fullers and cut-outs to lighten and strengthen. Rubberized, contoured grips provide pure thrusting power.
$29.95

Railroad Spike Dagger

#404455
Cast from actual twisted railroad spikes, this stainless steel knife features a rough forged finish and one piece construction that gets attention.
$19.95

Railroad Spike Gladius Dagger

#404454
Cast from actual twisted railroad spikes, this stainless steel knife features a rough forged finish and one piece construction.
$19.95

The Accolade Dagger of the Knights Templar

#404335
This medieval dagger has a high carbon steel blade with the seal of the Knights Templar on the ricasso. The pommel has an inlaid cross and all hardware on the crossguard and pommel have been plated in sterling silver.
$149.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: 1918 US Knuckle Duster Trench Knife

I bought this to keep in my truck for self defense, couldn't be happier! Extremely sturdy, fits perfectly in my hand, and the scabbard is nice and snug. I'll have to clean the cosmoline  off and sharpen it. Thankfully my grandfather has a few tips and tricks to do both.
Reviewed by: Ryan, November 12, 2019

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

Appears to be an excellent knife for the money. I liked the fact that blade was "blued", rather than parkerized.
Apparently original knives were not parkerized.  Previous review states handle is wrapped, not leather "washers", but on knife I received, you really cant tell. Metallurgy: Looks good. Does not appear soft. Would I trust this knife in combat application? Probably not, but looks to be an excellent example for reenactors,  or display. Sheath: Pretty good interpretation of original style, but if I carried one, would probably change to leather,M-6 style with metal plates at tip area.  Overall a plesantly suprisingly nice V-42!!
Reviewed by: Bruce, October 23, 2019

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: 1917 US Trench Knife

Bought one today!
Its good for reinactors!
Well made
Reviewed by: Gary, September 04, 2019

Review of: 1918 US Knuckle Duster Trench Knife

I have a original 1918 trench knife and it cost plenty!
Over $550 dollars!

This replica by Atlanta Cutlery is they best you can find on the market!
Blade can be sharpened if needed and for resonators it can be made so authentic you never know the difference , and at the price you can't go wrong!
Buy this for the looks and originality!
Better than those junk ones on the market!
Atlanta Cutlery made a outstanding product here, it a home run!
On this one!
I'm buying another for a gift to a buddy of mine!
Reviewed by: Gary, September 04, 2019

Review of: 1917 US Trench Knife

I just purchased 2 more 1917 trench knifes!
This one is so good and well made I had to buy 2 more one for a extra and one for a gift!!
The wooden handle is hard wood and after wear it looks like my 101 year old original!!

Nice piece of history
Reviewed by: Gary, September 04, 2019

Review of: WWI Belgian Trench Knife

I received my new dagger expediently
Reviewed by: Butch, August 30, 2019

Review of: Fairbairn Sykes Commando Knife

Impressed with the build quality.  Thick blade but perfectly balanced, handle heavy, just as specified.  Not a dainty knife.
Reviewed by: Michael, August 27, 2019

Review of: Arkansas Toothpick Knife

I was more than pleased with my purchase and it even came 3 days ahead of schedule.  It is a beautiful knife.  The scabbard was also very good the leather and brass fittings.
Reviewed by: William, August 27, 2019