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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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Bhojpure Traditional Kukri Blade

#403094
These original battle Kukri blades were hand made prior to 1890. Blade only without the handle or scabbard. Approx. 17" long.
$48.95

Longleaf Traditional Kukri Blade

#403093
These original battle kukri blades were made prior to 1890. Some were made much earlier, but it’s difficult to determine the exact date. Each kukri is hand made; the steel was smelted, forged, shaped and hammered in Nepal by individual Kamis. Blade only - without the handle or scabbard.
$48.95

Sgian Dubh Blade High Carbon Steel

#700380
This Sgian Dubh blade is made from high carbon steel which is tempered and hand filed. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.
$14.95

Damascus Sgian Dubh Blade

#700414
This Sgian Dubh blade is made from hand-forged, tempered, hand filed and etched Damascus steel in a random pattern. Can be personalized.
$34.95

Scottish Dirk Blade

#700042
This Scottish dirk blade is made from hand-forged, 1085 high carbon steel. It Rockwells between 45-55 and is nicely polished with a round tang and a 5" hand tooled pattern on the blade back.
$16.95

Long Double Edge Dagger Blade

#700112
Long double-edged 1085 high carbon blade for your next knife making project. Overall 11-3/8 inches.
$16.95

Small Hunter Blade

#700070
This blade is hand-forged and tempered with 1085 high carbon steel for a hard-working and dependable blade. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.
$13.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Camel Bone Scales 5" x 1-1/2"

looked great, can't wait to build a knife as a rookie
Reviewed by: Chuck, July 23, 2019

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: Damascus Large Skinner Blade

Great Damascus blade blank.
Reviewed by: Douglas, December 10, 2018

Review of: Damascus Scimitar Blade

This Scimitar Blade blank made a wonderful knife.
Reviewed by: Douglas, December 10, 2018

Review of: Damascus Scimitar Blade

Beautiful Damascus pattern on this blade!
Reviewed by: Matt, September 19, 2018

Review of: Lady Luck Dagger Blade

Despite other reviews, mine arrived very sharp. It is smaller and thinner then I expected but it is still a nice boot knife for my wife.
Reviewed by: Mark, August 28, 2018

Review of: Damascus Large Skinner Blade

Beautiful blade for the money.  Haven't made it up or sharpened it yet.  I wondered if the remainder of the tang is also Damascus .    In hafting blades I buy, I usually reduce the tang,  attach a bolt and either use a metal butt cap or embed the tang in epoxy.   A reverse curve on a skinning knife may look good but negates a lot of the curve of the cutting edge.   Look at the old and current skinning knives used by people who flay countless animals.  All use a straight grip that is a continuation of the blade  just in front of the rear end of the blade.
Reviewed by: James T, May 01, 2017

Review of: Water Buffalo Horn Scales - Black with White Marbling

i have just knife to put it on, it will look really give knife a sharp look.
Reviewed by: Ralph, December 03, 2016

Review of: Laguiole Custom Knife Kit

It was a nice kit. There was know instructions but my husband use to make knives for Chicago cutlery, so he could figure out.
Reviewed by: Joyce, October 08, 2016