Categories

Last Chance

Well this couldn't have been named better! It's exactly what it sounds like- the last time you'll get these from ACC and most likely anywhere else. A special chance to get a deal on products soon to become extinct. Maybe they were limited runs to begin with, maybe the manufacturer discontinued them, maybe they need to go to make room for other items. Any way you look at it you win. Knives, knife making supplies, swords, historical clothing, military surplus and accessories for the outdoor lifestyle can all be found here, but sell out fast so check back often.

View as Grid List

Roper Sand Viper Folding Knife - Set of 2

#404265
Set of 2 Roper folding knives with multiple blades - Stockman and Trapper. Made of hand finished, 1065 high carbon steel, these knives have nickel silver bolsters, brass liners and real jigged bone scales.
$39.95

Sandals of Antiquity

#100958
These brown sandals complete the Spartan Warriors ensemble. Great for a variety of classical Greek and Roman costumes!
$80.00 $64.95

Self Defense Money Clip

#600919
This self defense money clip is a custom design made for a military unit to handle money and the occasional “scrape” in areas where other weapons are prohibited. Made from solid, durable, yet light weight aluminum with stainless steel tension clip.
From $7.95

Self-Defense Pocket Spike

#420009
This easy to carry defense weapon features a steel spike and knurled steel body. The handle gives you two positions for spike placement - standard ice pick or push spike. Includes leather sheath and lanyard with wrench which helps remove and tighten the spike in either position. When not in use the spike hides neatly in the handle for use as a kubaton.
$39.95

Silver Stiletto Style Knife

#404216
The Silver Stiletto by Tac Force is a sleek blade that deploys the blade from the folded position in a flash.
$9.95

Solid Copper Coil Loop Scissors

#804634
Ideal for re-enactors of steampunk, Victorian and other eras, these coil loop scissors make a great decorator item and conversation piece.
$14.95

Standard Tomahawk Pipe

#600116
This collector grade tomahawk pipe, made by Windlass Steelcrafts, is hand-forged with high carbon steel blade. Shaft features bands of carved cross-hatching
$74.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: BhojPure Traditional Kukri with Old Scabbard

Better than expected. Scabbard was in great shape and cleaned up nicely with some saddle soap. Recommend the hand select option.
Reviewed by: Robert, March 02, 2019

Review of: Civil War Map Case - CSA

This reproduction is so good that it could pass as an original.  The oxidation is heavy, but some fine sandpaper can reduce it and make it look like it has pocket wear.  I am planning on using this with a collection of reproductions that commemorate the Cherokee Rifles, a Civil War battalion from the Indian Territory, which is the State of Oklahoma, today.  The Cherokee Rifles were led by Stand Waite, and were the last Confederates to lay down their arms.  Of course, this could be used with any Confederate military display or even in re-enactments.  Might be a good place to keep your Confederate money, also.
Reviewed by: Sherwin, February 15, 2019

Review of: BhojPure Traditional Kukri with Old Scabbard

This Kukri was as described with the sheath in very good condition.  These relics from Lagan Silekhana are a pleasure to own.
Reviewed by: Joe, February 10, 2019

Review of: Civil War Map Case - US

This is simply a great novelty, and I love it. Although it is a little heavy for carrying my business cards in my shirt pocket, it still has a very classy presence when dispensing a card.
Reviewed by: Douglas, February 08, 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

Review of: Civil War Map Case - CSA

It is nice but small for maps, maybe for sections of maps. small enough to put in pockets. Very good and solid.
Reviewed by: Pedro, July 10, 2017

Review of: BhojPure Traditional Kukri with Old Scabbard

The knife set was excellent!  The scabbard was a bit fragile - the leather was old and somewhat brittle.  The main blade was well greased and sharp.  The companion knives were not matched, but each were nice.  The smaller one was in a similar style to the main blade, but had never been given an edge, was blunt.  The smaller knife also had a bit more rust than I would have liked.  The smaller knife did not get the same care as the main blade.   Still, it will clean up nice and is of a perfect size and shape for a daily utility blade.  The larger companion knife honestly looked like something that came out of a desk drawer.  Significantly larger than the other companion knife, it also was more straight, more like a utility knife.  The larger companion knife even had the superficial rust stain impression of a pen-nib on the blade! - lending me to believe this knife started life in a desk drawer.  The larger companion knife also seems to might also have not been sharpened to a serious edge.  

The larger companion blade is a nice blade, though.  I cannot fault it; it fits well in the hand and is a good steel.  The scabbard is my greatest concern.  The scabbard's leather is dry and brittle.  It will take some time to recondition the leather, not that I mind.  :)  The scabbard also came with with a small folding pouch in a fold in front of the companion knives.  This pouch intrigues me.  Was it a money pouch?  Document pouch?  Does anyone know what this little satchel may have held?

All in all, I am most pleased with this purchase. :)

-John
Reviewed by: John, August 25, 2013

Review of: BhojPure Traditional Kukri with Old Scabbard

This is the second Kukri that I've purchased. The first was the Longleaf type. this is the BhojPurel/with Org. Scabbard. This has the shorter blade & it was in great shape with no rust. There was a stamped cartouch on the but of the grip, very cool. also one of the small knives had a stamped #44 on blade, also very cool. The scabbard was in great shape for an Original.
Reviewed by: Rudolph, April 29, 2013

Review of: BhojPure Traditional Kukri with Old Scabbard

Mine was hand-selected.   Blade was grease-covered, a few nicks on the cutting edge (sharp) and some minor discoloration.   No markings. Blades on small knives were covered with light rust but cleaned up fine.  Wooden grips were solid.  Leather scabbard was in very good condition for its age and cleaned up fine with an application of saddle soap.
Reviewed by: Paul, November 23, 2010