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Knife Making Supplies

New to the knife making game? Do not panic. There are plenty of knife making supplies, online or in stores, which can help you in the produce a beauty. A knife comprises of essentially four components: a blade with tang, a guard, a handle, and a pommel (optional). Sounds simple? Sometimes it can be, but for the wide range of material available that can seem like magic to a first timer. Here, knife making kits come in handy, with their direct and easy-to-understand instructions. Not all knife making kits are the same. From Bowie’s to folding knives you’ve found the right place. At Atlanta Cutlery, we understand the desire for custom knives. Thus, we offer a range of knife making supplies, including knife making kits, blade blanks and handle scales, which are as good as any in the market. We carry the understated to the exotic. Most of the blades in our catalog are forged from high carbon stainless steel and ensure durability on top of great style. The scales, too, come in excellent material and design and are perfect for your personal project. We recommend that you start building your custom knife and make a personal statement that can take on the wild!

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Fighter Blade

#700024
$18.95

Full Tang Dagger Blade

#700334
$14.95

General Purpose Blade

#700212
$15.95

Hook's Skinner Blade - Stone Wash Finish

#701037
This knife blank has a stone wash finish. Made of super tough steel and tempered to mid 50s for edge retention. Overall 7-1/2 inches.
$24.95

Lady Luck Dagger Blade

#701040
$10.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Durango Bowie Blade – Rough Forged Finish

Didn't know what to expect for the price. Opened the package 2 days after I placed my order and MY GOD what a beautiful blade. Ordered the toothpick for a buddy, and already shopping for my next project.  Let's be honest here, PROJECTS
Reviewed by: Chris, May 15, 2019

Review of: Durango Bowie Blade – Rough Forged Finish

Wasn't sure to expect for the price. My God what a beautiful blade!!!
Reviewed by: Chris, May 15, 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: Companion Blade

Really a big knife and is about the same as my fighter blade testament.
Reviewed by: jim, February 25, 2019

Review of: Fighter Blade

Big knife and great handle, once scales are added and polished, feels great and wields really well. I like it a lot'
Reviewed by: jim, February 25, 2019

Review of: Full Tang Dagger Blade

handle is a little small but it fits well when used like it should be, a dagger.
Reviewed by: jim, February 25, 2019

Review of: Combat High Carbon Steel Blade

a big knife, large handle but serviceable. I like it.
Reviewed by: jim, February 25, 2019

Review of: Wood Kukri Handle

I have a few old kukri blades that needed restoration. These old handle blanks are the correct start in my restorations.  Proper original old wood, pre-formed and ready for further minimal sculpting and fitting has worked for me. I now have authentic blades repaired with authentic old parts!
Reviewed by: David, February 08, 2019