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Gifts for Sword Lover

Surprise the sword lovers you know with something they’ll never forget! Whether they are into military swords or sabers, historical swords or something inspired from their favorite fantasy series, we have got everything you need to treat them this festive season.

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"The Book of Swords" Paperback By Hank Reinhardt

#802313
Decades of hands-on research and 10 years of writing went into this collection of hard facts and colorful, historical anecdotes regarding the most revered weapon of all time.
$19.95

1796 Light Cavalry Saber with Leather Scabbard

#501486
This saber was widely used by the British in the Battle of Waterloo. Blade features 1055 high carbon steel. Overall length of 37-3/4 inches.
$189.95

1796 Light Cavalry Saber with Steel Scabbard

#501488
A combat quality saber that will pass the British Proof Test and is fully capable of tremendous shearing cuts. It comes with a sharpened forward edge and all metal scabbard. 1055 Carbon steel blade.
$189.95

1840 Non Commissioned Sword

#500350
The single edged blade has a single broad fuller running from the ricasso to near the point. The entire hilt is cast brass and the grip is ribbed. Pommel is global with a capstan. Grip is flanked by kidney-shaped hand guards.
$129.95

1860 Heavy Cavalry Saber

#501474
This heavy Cavalry Saber features a 36" blade. The brass guard had three bars to protect the hand and the grip was wire bound leather and capped with a sturdy pommel. In its double ringed, steel scabbard, it could be easily attached to a saddle or to a belt.
$239.95

1860 Light Cavalry Union Saber

#500618
This British military spec Light Cavalry Saber has a hand forged blade that will flex over 20° and return to true. Leather handle is wire wrapped. Steel scabbard included. Overall 41 inches.
$139.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Pirate Captain's Hanger

Stunning! Was bought as a Christmas gift for our son. Cannot wait for him to open it Christmas morning!
Reviewed by: Judy, November 19, 2019

Review of: Windlass Rustblocker

Handy rust prevention
Reviewed by: Anthony, October 02, 2019

Review of: 1860 Light Cavalry Union Saber

I’ve purchased quite a few windlass swords over the past 30 years. Most from Atlanta Cutlery and Museum Replicas. This saber does not disappoint! Historically accurate, well fitted and strong. The saber feels good in the hand and in its sturdy metal scabbard!
Reviewed by: Jed, August 26, 2019

Review of: American Revolution Saber

This sword is great! It is functional but also looks good mounted on the wall. Get it sharpened for sure. Very well balanced and aesthetically pleasing. Highly recommended.
Reviewed by: Robert, August 11, 2019

Review of: US Air Force Officer's Sword

My first time to order from Atlanta cutlery .  Great service.  Fast delivery,  great product. Just what I needed to add to my USAF Mess Dress Blues   I have told many of my fellow Officer friends who need there swords.  They will be ordering as well
Reviewed by: Robert, July 25, 2019

Review of: Patton Sword

Fabulous.  I own an original, and this is identical to how it would have looked when it was new (no scratches or dents).  Blade is perfect, shield is excellent, and the grip is authoritative and properly grippy.  Could do with a leather spacer (it comes with a plastic one), but you can find one or make one yourself for a few dollars if it's important to you.

This is the sword that George Patton insisted upon, and which our cavalry would have carried with them to France.
Reviewed by: Michael, July 21, 2019

Review of: Cold Steel Scimitar

Nice sword!
Reviewed by: Kathleen, July 20, 2019

Review of: Pirate Captain's Hanger

A great compact sword . I love it.
Reviewed by: Margaret, July 04, 2019

Review of: Russian Kindjal

I am very pleased with this knife/sword
Reviewed by: Robert, June 29, 2019

Review of: Windlass Cobra Steel Kopis

From my experience this sword is not light and definitely not dainty. This sword could easily hack up some wood i had lying around and a stab pierced all the way through a watermelon pretty easily. Not to mention this short sword weighs 1.6 pounds. overall i have had a good experience although the blade did come caked in grease.
Reviewed by: Adam, June 27, 2019