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Ironwood Walking Stick

Moulded from an original Irish Blackthorn stick in indestructible, heavy polypropylene, this stick will never crack, warp, swell or splinter. Easy to clean.

Outdoor Element Firebiner with Spartan Fire

This incredible carabiner has a host of design features making it an indispensable part of your gear. It incorporates an EverSpark fire wheel, safety utility blade which works great on fishing line and cordage, strong, corrosion-resistant 100 lb load (for gear, not people) stainless steel body, flathead screwdriver, hang slots, bottle opener, stainless steel wire gate, and the mini Ferro rod is replaceable (includes 2 extra)..


Victorian Small Magnifier

This small Victorian magnifier is made of antiqued brass with a leather wrapped wooden handle and real glass with 2x magnification.
$24.95 $12.95

Gurkha Belt Buckle

These unissued, highly polished 11th Rifles Regiment belt buckles were designed for military-style belts or 2 hole prong belts. The badge on the front is bolted onto the slightly curved buckle.
$14.95 $9.95

Porvair Garrison Belt

This Porvair Garrison Belt is made of synthetic leather and comes in sizes 28", 40" and 44".
$39.95 $22.95

Navy Officer’s Brass Buckle

Military Surplus, this new Navy Officer’s Buckle is made of brass.
$19.95 $9.95

Odin’s Raven Pendant

This pewter pendant shows a raven in flight with fine knotwork filling the interior. The runes on the back read as, wealth, strength, chaos, divine, journey, knowledge, gift, joy. Comes with a silver chain.

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Xtreme Spear Point Black Scales

This is an excellent knife, I have sold MTech Knives for years, they has always been my best seller. this MTech is a great camping knife, or all around knife tool. The blade is stone washed and comes very sharp, the handle scales are comfortable and gives a very good grip. Don't let this knife go without getting one. I highly recommend this knife.
Reviewed by: Daniel, August 05, 2019

Review of: Gurkha Belt Buckle

I had excellent service from Atlanta Cutlery from ordering the Gurkha belt buckle to it been delivered.
Thank you
Graham Jones
Reviewed by: Graham, February 26, 2019

Review of: Ironwood Walking Stick

Hey, it's a STICK, not a miracle of modern technology!  That said, it is an admirable stick, a little longer than I would use normally, but longer is better than too short.  As for the wood itself, it is very solid in the hand, and puts up with forces transverse to its length nicely.  I've not yet tested it for shock, but it should do very well.
Reviewed by: Dale, December 22, 2018

Review of: Arkansas Toothpick Blade - 12"

These are Great I refit them on 1918 trench Handles
Reviewed by: brent, January 14, 2017

Review of: Ironwood Walking Stick

Excellent walking stick, sturdy and great looking.
Reviewed by: John, October 24, 2016

Review of: Arkansas Toothpick Blade - 12"

I bought this blade some time ago and was planning on making a Mountain Man version of the Arkansas toothpick.  I made an elk horn handle for it, with a brass guard, but, I did not get around to finishing it.  I was looking at the blade, one afternoon recently, and wondered how it would look on a short war lance.  So, I made a four foot shaft out of yellow poplar, and mounted the blade as a spear point.  The result was similar to an Apache war lance, that I have seen in several museums.  I plan to make this piece as a present for one of my Delaware Tribal members in Oklahoma, as we have been friends for 59 years and still communicate on a regular basis.  Although it is a highly polished blade, it "antiqued" very well.  I am very pleased with this blade, and plan to make more items utilizing it.  I am pleased that Atlanta Cutlery can deliver this quality in a blade for a low price point.  By the way, it did not take much work to get a razor sharp edge on both sides of the blade.  Always a plus as I see it.  Thanks for carrying this blade.
Reviewed by: Sherwin, July 21, 2016

Review of: Arkansas Toothpick Blade - 12"

Just what I was looking for !  Been shopping for a double edge knife with no luck, decided to make my own.  Not the prettiest thing, but exactly what I pictured.
Reviewed by: Terry, October 01, 2015

Review of: Arkansas Toothpick Blade - 12"

Fantastic versital blade.  I have made a medieval dagger, plug bayonet, and buffalo dance lance with this highly polished blade.
I am going to make a boar spear next.
Reviewed by: Robert, February 19, 2014

Review of: Arkansas Toothpick Blade - 12"

i just got it in today, and what a blade, good high carbon steel.  and the tang is wider than the picture shown.  my hands were shaking when i unboxed it. great for making a medieval dagger (and yes, medieval knights daggers were quite large.) well worth the wait,
thanks Atlanta cutlery.
Reviewed by: Karter, July 02, 2012

Review of: Martini Henry Brass Muzzle Cover #1

Hi William - We are sorry the cover did not fit.  It is designed to fit the Martini Henry and not the Francotte, but you can certainly send it back for a refund.
Reviewed by: Atlanta Cutlery Team, March 21, 2012