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Warehouse Finds

Everything in this category is just the way it sounds. It could be from shifting inventory around, cleaning, or doing inventory. But, in this case, one of our main warehouses was recently rented by a major motion picture studio for stage work and we had to get everything out of there fast!

And we found things, very good things. We're happy to list the items as we come across them and aggressively price them to move. Keep in mind though that the items listed here are warehouse finds and are offered in 'as-is' condition. So, there may be minor dents/scratches, rust, dirt, on them from long-term storage. However, one thing is for sure, they're rare and nothing major will affect their performance once they're finished. Very limited quantities of these old items have been found, so act fast and come back often to check on more finds.

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Bulgarian Surplus Canteen

#750083
This Military surplus was made and used during the 1980's. Aluminum body and screw down cap. Wool cover with lace-up on one side.
$7.95

Czech Surplus Canteen

#750084
This genuine surplus has an Aluminum body covered in wool and leather straps. Thick plastic plug stopper.
$18.95

Czech Surplus Mess Kit

#750082
This genuine surplus is made of all aluminum. Features a plate/lid, and two personal size pots.
$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 $5.95

Rajah III Pocket Folder

#403484
The Rajah III has an AUS 8A stainless blade, Tri-Ad™ lock, thumb plate opener, ambidextrous pocket clips, and a Grivory handle with steel liners for extra strength and rigidity.
$64.95

Mini Boot Knife with Satin Finish Plain Blade

#403540
This Sub Commander Mini Boot Knife has razor sharp AUS-6 stainless steel blade with blood groove. Impact resistant TPR handle is textured and has an integral guard for non-slip grip. Sheath with nylon lanyard for tactical carry.
$10.95

Twisted Iron Dagger

#403542
This small but deadly pointed dagger is hand forged from a single piece of iron. Perfect for concealing as a back-up weapon of last resort in your boot or inside a lady’s shirt. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts, includes suede sheath.
$24.95

Spirit

#403664
The SOG Spirit has a very unique design that serves as throwing knife, double edge dagger or, remove the heavy duty plastic handle and use it as a spear head.
$37.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Twisted Iron Dagger

I got this cool little novelty blade as a free gift after a purchase and it comes with a neat leather sheath !
Reviewed by: Douglas, May 02, 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: Lone Star Folder

Bought as a gift for my son, he was very happy!
Reviewed by: Matt, September 19, 2018

Review of: P-1876 Socket Bayonet for Short Lever No Scabbard

Super customer service super fast ship. Bayonet is completely unmarked, showed up black covered in preservative and soot. Fit my English Martini henry MkII perfectly. I lightly cleaned it with powdered laundry soap, hot water and a plastic brush. I then sprayed it with WD40 to displace water. Patina preserved, dirt gone. Best bayonet value here if you have a Martini.
Reviewed by: Michael, January 01, 2015

Review of: P-1876 Socket Bayonet for Short Lever No Scabbard

Bayonet was clean. Some minor pitting on cruciform edges , socket end in excellent shape. Overall very nice for non handpicked.
Reviewed by: charles, July 10, 2014

Review of: P-1876 Socket Bayonet for Short Lever No Scabbard

My hand-selected bayonet was grease covered and had sparse shallow pitting on blade.  When cleaned, it was quite shiny.  There is both British and Nepalese markings on the blade.   The bayonet fit my MKII perfectly.  I am very pleased with purchase.
Reviewed by: Paul, November 04, 2010