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Marksman Traditional Slingshot

#601143
How about a heavy-duty version of the wooden slingshots we had as kids? This is it!
$14.95

Marksman 1/4" Steel Shot

#805352
For use with all Marksman slingshots, pack of 250 steel hunting shot, 1/4" diameter.
$4.50

Brass and Wood Bushcraft Knife

#404644
If you like bushcraft knives with a little extra in the looks department, we think you'll like this one. The flat part of the carbon steel blade has a rough forged finish that vividly contrasts with the visible grind lines on the cutting bevels. The deep reddish-brown hardwood scales are complemented with spiraled brass wire that actually adds a couple of indentions in the handle to aid grip.
$19.95

Pathfinder Bowie

#404639
This hand-forged primitive knife is reminiscent of many a handmade knife that pioneers used to forge a living in the wilderness. The wide clip point utilizes a modified scimitar profile to concentrate weight at the tip for efficient chopping. The wide angle of the tip makes it strong enough to poke through tough leather without breaking. Carbon steel blade with genuine bone scales. Made the old-fashioned way, for old-fashioned work. Leather sheath with belt loop that fits up to a 2-1/2" wide belt. At this price, the whole wagon train won't have to turn around if you accidentally leave it at the last campsite.
$17.95

Bosom Dagger

#404638
This Bosom Dagger is a modern version of the knife women kept close to their hearts for emergency protection centuries ago. Women in the American west could wear boot daggers, but traditional finery left few places to hide a blade for easy retrieval. This little dagger has a full tang stainless steel blade with laminated gray wooden scales. Easy to hide, includes a leather sheath.
$7.95

Black Wood Boot Dagger

#404640
Here's a stout boot dagger that's cheap enough that you can get one for each boot! This tough, basic boot dagger is solid stainless steel with full tang construction and resin impregnated, layered black and gray wood scales. These daggers are hand-made and not "machine perfect", but perfectly reliable. The leather sheath has a metal clip.
$7.95

Natural Wood Knife Display Stand

#805383
Here's a display stand that won't break the bank - an all-wood, simple design that won't compete with your favorite knife for attention. Holds anything from Bowies to small custom hunting knives and everything in between. Clear coated to protect from spills. This is cheap enough to save money for another knife, then hopefully you'll buy another stand from us!
$7.95

Pocket Knife Storage Case - Holds 40 Knives

#805382
This is a compact, easy way to carry your prized pocket knife collection . This storage case has a durable black vinyl exterior with hard plastic "briefcase" handle. Folds to 12-3/4" x 10-1/2" when closed, so it will easily fit into a suitcase or backpack.
$15.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Walkabout Walking Stick

I received the Walkabout, and it was everything as described in the ad. At 6'1" the height was fine, construction great, but the issue was the round knob and its size. Even with larger hands, I had difficulty holding onto the knob. It was just large enough not to get a good feel, and it was smooth enough to make it hard to hold a grip. Picking up the stick to move it proved unwieldy. I only,however, tested it in the house, so as to not damage it in case I wanted to return it or resale it, so I didn't give it a thorough workout. I figured I knew enough about the cane already. Roy M.
Reviewed by: Roy, June 10, 2020

Review of: Leather Belt Sheath for Pocket Knife

I put a butterfly knife in mine and it holds it securely.
Reviewed by: Mark, May 15, 2020

Review of: African Walking Stick

This is much thicker than I expected. The orb on the end is also rather large and is too big to fit nicely in my hand. However, my 10 y/o son seems to like playing with it so worth the price.
Reviewed by: Richard, September 12, 2019

Review of: African Walking Stick

A great walking stick you don't have to be concerned with getting dirty. Nice and strong with a great top grip. Stouter than a typical wooden walking stick, but if ever needed as a self-defense weapon, this one won't snap like many of its wooden counterparts.
Reviewed by: Rick, July 20, 2019

Review of: Boy Scout Pocket Coin

I was a Boy Scout when I was younger.  I never knew that there was such a coin, before I saw the one offered by Atlanta Cutlery.  I like the idea.  I wish that I had one when I was a boy.  This would make an excellent gift for any young Boy Scout.  I like the concept.
Reviewed by: Sherwin, February 15, 2019

Review of: African Walking Stick

Very solid construction. I put a rubber tip on the end. Will buy another one!
Reviewed by: Vaughn, November 04, 2018

Review of: African Walking Stick

It's durable and formidable and well as fashionably cool looking. I like the weight and balance and the look. The price is excellent for the quality.
Reviewed by: Michael, August 25, 2018

Review of: Keysmart USB

I can't offer a review as the two sticks are for a pair of birthdays which aren't quite here yet. The idea though appears to be quite useful I believe  those who will be receiving them are going to be using the .... out of them.
Reviewed by: Mike, July 20, 2017

Review of: African Walking Stick

a excellent self defense stick the head is solid and will deliver a really solid blow,had to prove to my father who is in his eightys that it could do the job,the pumpkin did not
survive.thanks
Reviewed by: Daniel, March 20, 2017

Review of: African Walking Stick

Bought for my father who is nearing 70 and likes to road trip by himself. Nice design is good for looks and a sure grip. The head on this thing is SOLID. I have no doubt that this makes a formidable club or stick for self defense. Installed a rubber tip and a simple lanyard (there is a handy groove under head that will hold a lanyard) and it's business time.
Reviewed by: Alex, November 27, 2012