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Canvas First Aid Kit

#805264
This military-inspired first aid kit is housed in a soft canvas pouch with a nylon zipper and belt loop. Includes Steripad, adhesive tape, bandages, alcohol prep pads, towelettes, sugar, soap, and aspirin.
$9.95

Leaf Knife

#404530
This artistic hand-forged beauty from the smithy is one continuous piece of steel, twisted and hammered to form a rustic double leaf design.
$11.95

Horseshoe Knife

#404526
Expertly forged from a horseshoe, this knife is a rustic reminder of the days when necessity was the guide to life.
$14.95

Pocket Knife Sambar Stag Scales - Set of 2 Small

#701100
This set of 2 small Sambar scales is sized perfectly for your next pocket knife, letter opener or other small craft projects. Sambar stag is prized over the deer in other parts of the world as it is very hard and dense while having less marrow, making it durable with long lasting beauty. Sold as a set of 2.
$12.95

Pocket Knife Sambar Stag Scales - Set of 2 Medium

#701099
This set of 2 medium Sambar scales is sized perfectly for your next pocket knife, letter opener or other small craft projects. Sambar stag is prized over the deer in other parts of the world as it is very hard and dense while having less marrow, making it durable with long lasting beauty. Sold as a set of 2.
$14.95

Viking Horn Mug

#804918
This small cup is bad to the bone, literally! Hand formed from real horn, this Viking cup has an unusual triangular shape and sports a handle too.
$14.95

Victorian Small Magnifier

#802816
This small Victorian magnifier is made of antiqued brass with a leather wrapped wooden handle and real glass with 2x magnification.
$24.95 $12.95

Gurkha Belt Buckle

#750086
These unissued, highly polished 11th Rifles Regiment belt buckles were designed for military-style belts or 2 hole prong belts. The badge on the front is bolted onto the slightly curved buckle.
$14.95 $9.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Arkansas Toothpick Blade - 12"

I was ver impressed with this blade when I received it  the famed civil war pick immediately jumped in my mind . It was very easy to accomplish this project using nichol silver as an oval guard and splayed maple in a coffin  shaped handle . Beautiful blade quality steel at this price from windlass  got me right back to my catalog and ordered the companion blade. Anxiously  waiting for this blade the possibilities with Atlanta cutlery  blades are endless.Good steel.great prices and wonder service  have kept me a years long customer  and will continue to purchase  from them  when history  calls for an accurate  reproduction in blade form. DJ. March,2019
Reviewed by: Don, April 01, 2019

Review of: Gurkha Belt Buckle

I had excellent service from Atlanta Cutlery from ordering the Gurkha belt buckle to it been delivered.
Thank you
Graham Jones
(Uk)
Reviewed by: Graham, February 26, 2019

Review of: Arkansas Toothpick Blade - 12"

I really like this blade. You could make lots of different types of dagger with it, other than just an Arkansas Toothpick. I did like how long the tang is, which adds to the versatility. If it is too long. just cut it down. The last 2-3 inches of the tang is round and thicker than the blade. If that doesn't work for you, you can just grind it flat. Factory edge is not at all sharp (which is fine by me), bit the tip is quite pointy.
Reviewed by: Nathaniel, August 08, 2018

Review of: Arkansas Toothpick Blade - 12"

Well, it is appropriately wrapped in oil and plastic with construction paper outer cover for safety. I can't wait to get to work on this. The photo on your on website does not serve it justice. This is a truly nice toothpick blade. The rat tail tang is more robust than I expected, so this will be a great addition to my outdoor collections. I plan to make a walnut coffin style handle which I think is historically accurate. Thanks a bunch for the fine quality blade!
Reviewed by: , May 14, 2017

Review of: Arkansas Toothpick Blade - 12"

These are Great I refit them on 1918 trench Handles
Reviewed by: brent, January 14, 2017

Review of: Arkansas Toothpick Blade - 12"

I bought this blade some time ago and was planning on making a Mountain Man version of the Arkansas toothpick.  I made an elk horn handle for it, with a brass guard, but, I did not get around to finishing it.  I was looking at the blade, one afternoon recently, and wondered how it would look on a short war lance.  So, I made a four foot shaft out of yellow poplar, and mounted the blade as a spear point.  The result was similar to an Apache war lance, that I have seen in several museums.  I plan to make this piece as a present for one of my Delaware Tribal members in Oklahoma, as we have been friends for 59 years and still communicate on a regular basis.  Although it is a highly polished blade, it "antiqued" very well.  I am very pleased with this blade, and plan to make more items utilizing it.  I am pleased that Atlanta Cutlery can deliver this quality in a blade for a low price point.  By the way, it did not take much work to get a razor sharp edge on both sides of the blade.  Always a plus as I see it.  Thanks for carrying this blade.
Reviewed by: Sherwin, July 21, 2016

Review of: Arkansas Toothpick Blade - 12"

Just what I was looking for !  Been shopping for a double edge knife with no luck, decided to make my own.  Not the prettiest thing, but exactly what I pictured.
Reviewed by: Terry, October 01, 2015

Review of: Arkansas Toothpick Blade - 12"

Fantastic versital blade.  I have made a medieval dagger, plug bayonet, and buffalo dance lance with this highly polished blade.
I am going to make a boar spear next.
Reviewed by: Robert, February 19, 2014

Review of: Cavalry Sword Hanger

High quality manufactured brass and supple new leather, a bit larger (longer) than I'd anticipated, which is all to the good.
Reviewed by: Gordon, May 18, 2013

Review of: Arkansas Toothpick Blade - 12"

i just got it in today, and what a blade, good high carbon steel.  and the tang is wider than the picture shown.  my hands were shaking when i unboxed it. great for making a medieval dagger (and yes, medieval knights daggers were quite large.) well worth the wait,
thanks Atlanta cutlery.
Reviewed by: Karter, July 02, 2012