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Everything Under $50

With the end of the year quickly approaching, holiday shopping is in full swing. To help you save money this holiday season, our experts at Atlanta Cutlery have rounded up the best gifts under $50 for all the outdoor and history enthusiasts in your life. Some of our favorites include the 1866 Double-Barreled Derringer,  the Philadelphia Derringer Dummy Gun, WWI Flying Ace Goggles, and the Old West Wanted Posters 12 Sheet Set. Find gift ideas that will keep your wallet—and your gift recipients—happy. Shop now!
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Butt Cap for Greek Spearhead

This Greek-style butt cap protects the shaft and balances the spear. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts. Overall: 8-1/2"

Javelin Head

Our replica javelin head has been hand-forged of tempered steel. Modeled after the deadly spears used by the light infantry of the ancient Greek Peltasts, these spearheads will fit a 7/8" wooden shaft. Overall 9 inches.

Mace Cane

Walk with confidence and power with this cane! Simple and good looking, the stout solid hardwood shaft is topped with a heavy solid brass knob fashioned after a medieval mace head. Weighing 1 lb. 4 oz. it’s also a no nonsense 36" long walking stick.

Civil War Cap Pouch: Shield Flap Design

This shield flap design black leather pouch has double straps at the back for attachment to the waist-belt. Used by both Union and Confederate forces.

Conan Miniature Valeria's Sword Letter Opener

This scaled replica of The Valeria's Sword captures every detail from the 1982 Conan the Barbarian movie. It is cast in solid metal and includes a wooden presentation box.
$29.95 $24.95

CRKT M16®-10KSF Tanto Framelock

The M16®-10KSF is designed for hard use as an everyday carry knife. Like all the knives in this series, this folder features a traditional frame lock for safety and also features the Carson Flipper for quick and convenient blade deployment—and the flipper doubles as an effective blade guard in the open position, a true “dual hilt”, a rarity in folding knives.

CRKT Nathan’s Knife Kit

Nathan's Knife Kit has been widely adopted as the go-to teaching tool to instill knife safety and responsibility for youth worldwide.

Long Range Bullseye Targets

You can apply these Bullseye targets anywhere! They have an adhesive backing with an easily visible black splatter, perfect for long-range shooting. Pack of 5 targets.

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Sjambok - 54"

The weapon I've been waiting for! Can skin a man, or keep a crowd at bay, fun to tear paper, plastic, skin
Reviewed by: Aaron, July 13, 2021

Review of: Mace Cane

I bought this for my brother. He loves it. The brass polishes so nice.
Reviewed by: Kevin, March 03, 2019

Review of: Conan Miniature Valeria's Sword Letter Opener

Comes in a wooden box and she will be in good company with Conan's Altlantian sword, Ice and Sting!!!
Reviewed by: Martin, February 15, 2019

Review of: GI Tanto Knife

Good enough to be your primary, cheap enough to have a couple as backups. Its silly not to have at least one.
Reviewed by: Guest, October 18, 2017

Review of: Civil War Cap Pouch: Shield Flap Design

Looks like it will do the job of holding more than enough primers for my black powder rifle.  Cannot wait to take it to the range.
Reviewed by: Dean, April 05, 2016

Review of: Mace Cane

This cane was a gift to my husband.  He plays Santa Claus every year and it fits his costume perfectly!
Reviewed by: Helen, November 22, 2015

Review of: Mace Cane

Very sturdy cane and heavy mace head handle. Has a good balance in the hand.
Reviewed by: William, November 01, 2015

Review of: Mace Cane

Love My new Mace Cane!
Reviewed by: ERNEST, May 03, 2015

Review of: Mace Cane

Hello- You did not leave your name so we cannot contact you directly.  We are sorry but it appears you received a defective cane where the shaft may not have cured properly.  Please contact customer service so we can issue a pick up slip and send a replacement.
Reviewed by: Atlanta Cutlery Team, August 04, 2014

Review of: Mace Cane

I've walked my dog with this cane and love it.  I live in a sketchy neighborhood, and nice knowing I can repel both dogs and anyone else, and walk in style.
Reviewed by: Colin, October 22, 2010