Other Products

Browse our wide selection of unique knives, military swords, self defense tools, antique kukris, quality replica pistols and antique rifles from many time-periods. We offer rare and unique range of Historic Clothing & Accessories, Guns, Swords & Sabers and various other collectibles from the American Civil War, the World Worlds (I & II), British Empire and more. We also offer complete knife making supplies and antique gun parts and accessories. 

Our Military Dress Sabers and Swords are manufactured according to exact government specifications. We have proudly supplied swords and sabers for the Marines, The Citadel, Marion Military Institute, Fork Union Military Academy and other academies around the world.

Self Defense Weapons

Atlanta Cutlery carries stun guns, batons and self defense canes. You can walk with confidence with our quality weapons designed for your personal protection. Suitable for both women and men, many are lightweight and easy to carry and engage in an emergency.

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Military & Police Surplus

Military and police surplus are items that are sold or otherwise disposed of when no longer needed by the military or civilian police forces. When a military force or police constabulary upgrades gear or the supplying government’s contract for too many items from manufacturers, these items are often decommissioned and sold as remainders to companies and civilians to offset the costs related. We are constantly on the lookout for unique military and police surplus from not only the US, but many countries. The varied history and inventive, durable designs seen in surplus can be a real boon to collectors, survivalists, campers, teachers, and reenactors. 

Businesses often purchase these items and resell them. Usually, the items sold by the military are clothing, bags, equipment, and tools which civilians find useful, easy to use and durable and at great savings. Individual uniform items can make for a complete faux military uniform. Occasionally, vehicles will be sold as well like Jeeps, Humvees, trucks, planes, helicopters, and even ships. Demand for these items comes from various collectors, survivalists, and players of airsoft and paintball.

The history of military surplus in the US dates back to the Civil War; it was the first war that had proper uniforms issued for many troops. Before this, troops were basically wearing whatever they had with them or could pillage from the battlefield. As demand grew, both sides mass-produced arms and wears. After the war ended, they sold the supplies in stores to recover some of the costs. The military surplus store was thus born. The police and military surplus in this section are genuine and in good condition. You’ll find items from WWII to present day. The Cold War era yielded many fine examples. You never know what you’ll find here. We’ve had everything from riot helmets, munitions and shovels to canvas pup tents and safety glasses. 

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Military Antiques

These are artifacts from the lost arsenal of the Royal Nepalese Army. These weapons, spanning from 1816-1945, were discovered in the royal palace of Lagan Silekhana in Nepal. We owe great thanks and appreciation to Christian Cranmer, Sudhir Windlass and Pradeep Windlass for their discovery. You can read more in the book Treasure is Where You Find It.

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Replica Military Helmets

Atlanta Cutlery carries quality helmets for World War enthusiasts.  Our high-quality reproductions are made just like the originals.

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Axes, Tomahawks, Spears & Other Throwing Weapons

We have unique axes, tomahawks and spears. Whether you throw competitively or in the backyard, AtlantaCutlery.com carries an assortment of throwing weapons, ranging from Fantasy to Frontier styles. 

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Non Firing Dummy Weapons

Atlanta Cutlery carries an assortment of replica weapons, ranging from Civil War revolvers to James Bond's Walthur PPK. Great for re-enactors and collectors, these non firing guns are safe for anyone to handle.

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Holsters & Gun Accessories

Atlanta Cutlery carries quality replica guns as well as other hard to find weapons. We also have accessories like bayonets and holsters for your new or vintage gun.

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Care, Maintenance & Display

You can care for your investments with our quality products designed specifically for use on our guns, knives and swords. We also offer a great selection of sharpeners to keep a good edge on your blade. 

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Flags

Whether it is the famous three lions of King Richard or the Stars and Stripes, historical flags have represented honor and show allegiance and pride. Flags, banners, standards, call them what you will, they represent countries, militaries, identify territories, honor royalty, and can act as warnings. However, there are some that were infamous as well. Pirates and Privateers of all sorts made flags to instill fear, the most famous being the skull and crossbones

In antiquity, standards were used in warfare to identify the various factions fighting and reigned over a victorious battlefield. Examples include the eagle carried by the Roman aquilifer, or the dragon standard of the Sarmatians. The latter would fly freely in the wind, carried by a horseman, similar to a kite. Beginning in the Middle Ages and later, flags were used primarily as a symbol of identity in battle, which made it easier to identify a knight than only from the heraldic symbol painted on the shield or tunic. The increasing use of flags during the high medieval period was gradually adopted by city states. During the Age of Sail, especially in the early 17th century, it was common (later a legal obligation) for ships to bear flags designating their nationality; these flags would eventually evolve into present-day national flags. Flags also became the preferred means to convey messages at sea. 

Use of flags outside of military or naval context begins only with the rise of nationalism at the end of the 18th century; the earliest have been dated to that period, and during the 19th century it became common for every sovereign state to have a national flag. We feature many iconic pirate flagsUS flags and US Civil War flags, plus many historical flags from various countries that are suitable for indoor or outdoor use. All of these are great for display, teaching, home use, or reenacting. 

Read about flag etiquette and standards of respect for the US flag

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Clothing & Accessories

Atlanta Cutlery carries a full line of high quality clothing, shoes and accessories for men. For present day as well as the re-enactor, we carry styles spanning the American Frontier to the war front.

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Home Décor & Gifts

We have a variety of items that make great gifts, or keep them for yourself! Whether your passion is the Armed Forces, the Civil War or the days of the pirates, Atlanta Cutlery has unique pieces for the home and office.

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Prop Replicas

Utilizing many of the actual props and pieces from the blockbuster motion pictures and hit television series, Atlanta Cutlery uses all of the talented technicians at their disposal to bring these pieces of fantasy to living reality. Every piece is replicated as close to the original prop as possible, which allows you to own these faithful replicas, many of which are stored in film vaults around the world.

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Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Conan Valeria’s Sword

Having been a fan of the original movie since it debuted in the eighties I was delighted when the three swords were offered at prices far more reasonable than those made by the movie sword maker Jody Samson.
When I took Valeria's sword out of the box, I was shocked by its weight and construction.  There is no doubt in my mind that the actress was using a FAR lighter weapon in the movie, whereas Robert E Howard would have heartily approved of this beast!!!  Well done, ACC and thank you!!!
Reviewed by: Michael, June 06, 2019

Review of: American Frontier Iron Handcuffs

These will go great with my dad's decor. Seem well made, we even tried them out
Reviewed by: ernie, June 02, 2019

Review of: Victorian Sword Cane

I like a lot of things about this sword cane, but was very disappointed that the edges were not sharpened.  I will probably keep it that way, leaving it only useful for thrusting.  I would have been willing to pay a sharpening fee, if given that choice.  Other than that, it seems attractive and well made.
Reviewed by: Ronald, May 28, 2019

Review of: Desk Magnifier

Bought this for use at work. I like the antique nautical theme, being retire Boatswains mate. Good quality and useful for "older" eyes.
Reviewed by: Greg, May 24, 2019

Review of: Blackthorn Shillelagh

Exceptional lightweight weapon with plenty of sting. Tried it on my heavy leather boxing bag and it cut through the leather like butter, which was annoying, but it shows how good the Shillelagh is.
Reviewed by: Kellie, May 23, 2019

Review of: Blackthorn Walking Stick

An excellent stick for walking and self defense, very solid but not to heavy. Perfect height if you are six foot tall or more, otherwise it's easy to cut it to size if you are shorter.
Reviewed by: Kellie, May 23, 2019

Review of: Dragon Cane Walking Stick

Just as I was hoping for. 👍
Reviewed by: Saul, May 22, 2019

Review of: KA-BAR Playing Cards

Nice cards.  They are made to look like they have been used in a foxhole.  A must for collectors of playing cards, yes, there are really people who do this as a hobby.  My closet is full of them.
Reviewed by: Maurice, May 22, 2019

Review of: Old West Pharo Cards

The most interesting of the three items.  It shows you just what card players had to deal with,  no plastic coating,. square corners, and a grade of paper that today we would call recycle material. It must have been rough trying to shuffle them (no bridge shuffle).  Plus you have instruction on how to dry them when they get damp (had to be a lot of fun).  Interesting history lesson.
Reviewed by: Maurice, May 22, 2019

Review of: 1800s Pair of Brass Dice

Everybody needs a pair of brass dice.  They can also double as a weapon should the game get out of hand.  Nice paperweights, too.
Reviewed by: Maurice, May 22, 2019