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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

P-1876 Socket Bayonet for Short Lever No Scabbard

#600843
This is the famous 21" bladed Martini Henry Short Lever Rifle socket bayonet made famous in the movie "Zulu".
$74.95

Windlass Field Knife HD

#402718
The hand-forged knife has a full profile tang with hand-stitched, heavy grade genuine leather wrap. Hammer pommel is blackened steel. Overall 10 inches.

$39.95

Longleaf Traditional Antique Kukri with Original Scabbard and 2 Knives

#401164
This antique traditional, hand-made Longleaf Kukri includes an original Old Scabbard with 2 small knives. Approx. 19 inches long. Fair Condition.
$189.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Cobra Steel Sweeping Drop Point

Recently bought this knife . Its living up too it's expectations and mine as well . Very sharp , excellent D2 steel , and solidly made and nice looking too . Opens good  with a flick of the finger . Will be in my pocket for a very long time.  Buy it at this great price !
Reviewed by: John, January 31, 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: WWI Belgian Trench Knife

I received my new dagger expediently
Reviewed by: Butch, August 30, 2019

Review of: French Trade Knife

This is a very good quality knife. It feels great in the hand, the blade has a  distinctly curved shape, it is sharp, and balanced well. The leather sheath is also a snug fit and looks authentic. Definitely fitting for the style of French trapper or trader in colonial North America.
Reviewed by: Robert, August 11, 2019

Review of: Cold Steel Khan

Excellent sharpness, quick responsive mechanism. Short but sharp and good grip.
Highly recommended this cutting tool.
Reviewed by: edgar, July 31, 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 Sweeping Drop Point

I read some reviews of this knife. It seems people have unrealistic personal views of what makes a good edc. I have very many folders and can tell you that this knife is my absolute favorite. I am an ex sog operative from team 86 Vietnam 1969. This knife is way beyond the curve of what makes the perfect edc folder. I have cold steel, benchmade, boker, and every other high end production folders. This knife has no flaws, no bad manners, and is the most capable folder I own, with regards to price, quality, and usefulness. If you are looking for a four inch folder that is ultimately comfortable, and surely capable as a defensive weapon, I never feel underarmed, or underknifed with this Cobra beauty. Keep up the good work and sell a zillion of these perfect pocket knives. I am tempted to buy me a second one for good measure. Five stars and more.
Reviewed by: Ronald, October 20, 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

Review of: Cobra Steel Sweeping Drop Point

Does anyone know where the hell I can get a bit / screwdriver for that weird, three-pronged torque screw??  I've looked, and can't find it's match.  It would be good if they could send one along with the knife.  Otherwise, it's a keeper.  4 stars
Reviewed by: , May 08, 2018

Review of: WWI Belgian Trench Knife

This is a very attractive dagger with all metal parts having a bronze finish. The blade is not sharp but should sharpen easily. The sheath is all metal and very heavy duty. It does not hold the as blade as securely as I would like but a piece of leather glued inside the throat would solve that problem. The dark hardwood handle is attached to the tang with a pin and should hold up very well. In my opinion this one of these best daggers I have purchased from Atlanta Cutlery.
Reviewed by: Guest, November 28, 2017