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Copper Age Knife

#404438
This Copper Age Knife was inspired by a knife found with the "Iceman". Made with a few modern updates, it has a copper wire wrap and leather neck sheath.
$49.95

Civil War Map Case - US

#804912
This small US Civil War Map Case is made from antiqued solid brass. Use it to keep your documents safe - cards, money, ID etc.
$24.95

18th Century British Flintlock Blunderbuss Pistol - Pewter

#803502
This is a non-firing replica of the 18th Century British Flintlock Blunderbuss Pistol in Pewter.
$32.95

Don't Tread On Me Gadsden Flag

#801798
The Gadsden Flag with the image of a coiled rattlesnake was first used in 1750's prior to the American Revolution. Measuring 3' x 5', this flag is made of indoor-outdoor polyester and has metal grommets.
$11.95

Civil War Map Case - CSA

#730025
This small Civil War Map Case is made from antiqued solid brass. Use it to keep your documents safe - cards, money, ID etc.
$24.95

Civil War Union Enlisted Men's White Leather Gauntlets

#200812
Civil War era Union enlisted men's gauntlets in white leather with un-embroidered, wide cuffs.
$39.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: WWI Trench Mace

Great conversation piece and it would deal out some pain if required also.  Very well made and so interesting. Great price.
Reviewed by: Christopher, April 17, 2019

Review of: Vintage Style Boonie Hat

Just like an original I had from a friend of my dads in the early 80's that was from 1971 in Vietnam.  Very well made.
Reviewed by: Christopher, April 17, 2019

Review of: Genuine Gurkha Regimental Kukri

I love the Kukri.  I had one when I was a teen ager and lost it.  This is just perfect quality and feel.  It is an original made in India for the Gurkha regiments.  I believe it.  Highly recommend this product.
Reviewed by: Christopher, April 17, 2019

Review of: Carnivore Machete

I love it.  Perfect for light hacking and generally having available while working on the property. Grip is sure and the blade sharpens very well.
Reviewed by: Christopher, April 17, 2019

Review of: Self-Defense Pocket Spike

Exactly as described. And if anyone knows anything about a real knife encounter, then this spike will manifest the truth regarding the ending of such an encounter, WHEN (and only when) you are justified by the law in doing so.
Reviewed by: Martin, April 09, 2019

Review of: Arkansas Toothpick Blade - 12"

I was ver impressed with this blade when I received it  the famed civil war pick immediately jumped in my mind . It was very easy to accomplish this project using nichol silver as an oval guard and splayed maple in a coffin  shaped handle . Beautiful blade quality steel at this price from windlass  got me right back to my catalog and ordered the companion blade. Anxiously  waiting for this blade the possibilities with Atlanta cutlery  blades are endless.Good steel.great prices and wonder service  have kept me a years long customer  and will continue to purchase  from them  when history  calls for an accurate  reproduction in blade form. DJ. March,2019
Reviewed by: Don, April 01, 2019

Review of: Longleaf Traditional Kukri Blade

I ordered this longleaf blade along with a bojpure blade. This longleaf is about an inch shorter than the bojpure, and has a slightly more slender leaf. But it is still an inch longer and broader than my modern production, traditional-stlye kukri. The blade is also made of a much tougher grade of steel. Tougher than any other weapons in my collection. I did not pay for hand selection. Even still, this blade is in quite good condition in spite of nicks and some clear signs of heavy use.  These are actually nice in an authentic antique. This is no modern reproduction. I have attached a handle of my own making. I will leave the heavy patina intact and touch up the edge so that it can live on as a fearsome weapon.
Reviewed by: Jonathan, March 31, 2019

Review of: Bhojpure Traditional Kukri Blade

I bought this bojpure blade along with a longleaf blade. This bojpure is over an inch longer than the longleaf, and has a broader blade. It is about two inches longer than my modern production, traditional style kukri and has a much broader blade. It is far more imposing as a weapon. It is also made of a vastly tougher grade of steel. Harder than any weapon in my collection. I did not pay for hand selection, and this blade is in rough condition. The edge looks to have suffered major damage at some point and was crudely repaired. The tip is broken off. None of this detracts from this beautiful antique. I have attached a custom handle. I am leaving the heavy patina intact and will touch up the edge so that it will continue to live on as a fearsome weapon.
Reviewed by: Jonathan, March 31, 2019

Review of: US Army Officer's Ceremonial Belt

High quality and beautiful!
Reviewed by: Joshua, March 26, 2019

Review of: Elk Ridge Mini Skinner Black Blade

get little side knife, very sharp. can't beat the price
Reviewed by: Richard, March 23, 2019