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Joseph Rodgers & Sons Spear Point w/ Cross Hatched Buffalo Horn Scales

#404556
This faithful reproduction of Joseph Rodgers & Sons spear point pattern has polished buffalo horn scales with cross-hatching and a brass shackle. This is a large, heavy-duty folder for tough work. All the original blade markings are recreated, even the "TO STRIKE FIRE" instruction near the spine. The right side of the carbon steel blade is stamped with the star and maltese cross mark. The left side of the tang is stamped "#6 Norfolk St, Sheffield, England", the address of the factory.
$59.95

Joseph Rodgers & Sons Spear Point w/ Cross Hatched Camel Bone Scales

#404555
This faithful reproduction of Joseph Rodgers & Sons spear point pattern has polished camel bone scales with cross hatching and a brass shackle. This is a large, heavy-duty folder for tough work. All the original blade markings are recreated, even the "TO STRIKE FIRE" instruction near the spine. The right side of the carbon steel blade is stamped with the star and maltese cross mark. The left side of the tang is stamped "#6 Norfolk St, Sheffield, England", the address of the factory.
$59.95

Joseph Rodgers & Sons Spear Point Folder Camel Bone Scales

#404554
This faithful reproduction of Joseph Rodgers & Sons spear point pattern has polished camel bone scales and a brass shackle. This is a large, heavy-duty folder for tough work. All the original blade markings are recreated, even the "TO STRIKE FIRE" instruction near the spine. The right side of the carbon steel blade is stamped with the star and maltese cross mark. The left side of the tang is stamped "#6 Norfolk St, Sheffield, England", the address of the factory.
$59.95

Joseph Rodgers & Sons Spear Point Folder Buffalo Horn Scales

#404553
This faithful reproduction of Joseph Rodgers & Sons spear point pattern has polished buffalo horn scales and a brass shackle. This is a large, heavy-duty folder for tough work. All the original blade markings are recreated, even the "TO STRIKE FIRE" instruction near the spine. The right side of the carbon steel blade is stamped with the star and maltese cross mark. The left side of the tang is stamped "#6 Norfolk St, Sheffield, England", the address of the factory.
$59.95

Cane Chopper Machete

#404537
This "compact" machete from Tata Agrico is perfect for clearing vegetation in tight spaces. The square blade tip makes it highly suitable for trail carry and camping (no accidental punctures).
$29.95

Bone Scales - Small

#701101
This set of small bone scales are a great addition to any custom knife project. The genuine bone scales polish up with unique patterns and patinas.
$9.95

Cattleman Cheyenne Red Rock Toothpick

#404496
This traditional folder from Cattlemans Cutlery has simple opening and closing, just like Grandpa's trusty knife. The blade is satin finished 3CR13 stainless steel. Hand finished with wood, clear marbled acrylic and red stone accents. Polished stainless steel bolsters.
$9.95

Original Bench Mark Rolox II Knife

#404486
We found a batch of Bench Mark Rolox IIs that were made over 20 years ago, along with the original Zytel belt sheaths. The Rolox II was invented by Blackie Collins and made in the USA at the Bench Mark factory in Gastonia, North Carolina, before Bench Mark closed its doors in 1997. Features a sliding spine lock.
$84.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Original Bench Mark Rolox II Knife

Truly unique piece! Love the action and locking mechanism. Wish it was a little less rigid on the handle but it’ll do for a edc for sure. Very happy with Atlanta Cutlery
Reviewed by: Joseph, April 08, 2021

Review of: Cobra Steel Iris Leaf

This is a nice knife. It is sharp and with a little extra time you can have a shaving sharp edge. Opens and closes very smooth.
Reviewed by: Mark, February 17, 2021

Review of: Cobra Steel Iris Leaf

I really like this knife. First of all, I've never gotten a deal on a good knife like I got on this one. VERY reasonable - a bargain really. The knife is good looking, functions well as a "Flipper", and is made from good materials and alloys. What's not to like about this Knife?
Reviewed by: Jesse, November 17, 2020

Review of: Bone Scales - Small

These are about 4 inches long and 1 inch wide. Nice scales for a small tang
Reviewed by: Daniel, June 16, 2020

Review of: Copper Age Knife

Just remember that this knife was "inspired" by a find discovered on the Iceman. The knife found on the Iceman had a flint blade and it may not even have been a knife, but a fire starter All that aside, this is a great little knife. The rough forged blade is beautifully shaped and very sharp. The blade fits very tightly in the wooden handle and the the copper wire accents look great. The knife is the perfect size and shape. It could easily be used to dress game in the field and also for fine, detail work.
Reviewed by: Marty, June 13, 2020

Review of: Cobra Steel Iris Leaf

I can't say enough good things about this knife. Its lines are sleek and clean. The profile is nice and slim but because of the high quality of the G-10 scales it never feels flimsy. Mine arrived with a very slight amount of side to side play but a quick tightening of the pivot pin with a Torx wrench and the lockup was absolutely rock solid. The D2 blade is so much tougher than the 440C you usually find on knives in this price range. While showing it off to a buddy, it was knocked out of my hand and fell tip first onto the concrete floor. The point was slightly blunted (a few minutes on a diamond hone and it was back to new) and the lockup was completely unaffected. I have been nothing but impressed with the way this thing looks, carries, handles and cuts. I'm already thinking about purchasing a spare. Highly recommended!
Reviewed by: Charles, April 10, 2020

Review of: Cobra Steel Iris Leaf

Very nice knife.  I thought the original price was a bit high but the sale price is right on and at that price I might just get the matching drop point.
Reviewed by: Brad, August 31, 2019

Review of: US Made Stag Neck Knife

I was a little skeptical at first about the blade of the knife being made from stainless steel, ( just felt it should have been made from traditional carbon steel like the original patch knives ) but after contacting Atlanta Cutlery and finding out the grade of the Steel ( X46Cr13 ) and just the fact the grip is a piece of long aged stag, it was just too good to pass up. It's a very handy blade that has a lot of character! Thank You
Reviewed by: Mike, February 12, 2019

Review of: Cobra Steel Iris Leaf

Excellent knife - looks good, great construction, opens easily and positively.
Reviewed by: Jim, November 06, 2018

Review of: Cobra Steel Iris Leaf

Great pocket knife for everyday use. Ships sharp and the edge is durable, I use it often and haven't had to sharpen it yet.
Reviewed by: Jerry, October 15, 2018