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  • Fixed Blade or Folder?

    Which is better – the fixed blade or the folder knife? That’s a hard one. Both styles have their share of fans and their worth depends on the environment they are used. Here, we summarize what they bring to the table.  Normal 0 false false false EN-IN X-NONE X-NONE ...

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  • Kukris – History and Legend

    The Bowie Knife. The Stiletto. The Machete. The Scimitar.  These are the names of four of the most celebrated knives/swords in history. The Kukri, the national knife of Nepal, deserves a place in that pantheon. The earliest record of the Kukri (pronounced “Khukuri” in Nepal) dates back to 1627 but the tool really only came into prominence during the Anglo-Nepal War in 1814 when the untrained Gurkh...

Atlanta Cutlery Corp.

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Atlanta Cutlery Corp.

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  • Hunting Knives – Ancient and Reliable

    The hunting knife predates all weapons that are not stones or clubs. It is one of our ancestors’ greatest ever creations. Used for skinning game and self-preservation, the hunting knife’s function has not changed much over the centuries.  The first metal hunting knives dates to 2000 BC and iron was extensively used to make knives as far back as the Iron Age (1000–800 BC).  But, iron bent easily. A...

  • The Value of a Sharp Knife

    A sharp knife is a good knife. If you fail to maintain an edge, the knife becomes nothing more than a hammer or a club. A sharp knife is also a safer knife, which we will discuss later. There are several ways to keep your knives sharp – whetstone or a steel, handheld or electric sharpener.We often hear the term “honing” with regards to knife maintenance. It is important to recognize the difference...

Atlanta Cutlery Corp.

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  • 4 Best Fixed Blade Knives

    If you’re a regular outdoorsy type who loves trekking, chances are you’d be happy to be introduced to a fixed blade knife. Fixed blades or straight knives are an extremely strong and secure tools. This makes them perfect for hunting, fishing and camping. A moderate adrenal junkie’s best companion. Contrary to what many people think, a good survival knife acts more like a tool than a weapon and off...

Atlanta Cutlery Corp.

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  • Bowie Knives and their Care

    The first Bowie knife was made in the early19th century in Washington, Arkansas by a blacksmith named James Black for American pioneer and Texan hero Jim Bowie. Originally meant for self-defense, Bowie knives these days are used for skinning and butchering game or bought by knife aficionados for their collection. It is one of the best wilderness survival knives out there and quite popular i...

Atlanta Cutlery Corp.

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  • Calvary Sabers

    For centuries the weapon considered most essential to cavalry had been the saber. Oddly enough, the US Army rarely saw fit to emphasize the training of its mounted men enough to make them sufficiently proficient with the saber to be deadly swordsmen in battle. There were saber exercises in the dragoon and mounted riflemen regiments, but these were hardly on a level with the training European ...

  • Civil War Weaponry

    With so many weapons evolving and being produced during the Civil War. We thought we'd share some insights on a few of them. LeMat RevolverOne of the most well know revolvers of the Civil War is the Le Mat Revolver. A deadly idea for a weapon, it had two barrels of varying size. The top barrel could fire .42 caliber balls while the bottom could fire a 20 gauge shot shell. The creator, a French doc...

  • Machetes – Versatile, Efficient Tools

    Machetes are unusual in that this blade can be used as a weapon and a shovel. Pinpointing its exact origin is difficult. What we do know is that the machete is a cutting and chopping tool used in agricultural and rural areas all over the world. The machete is popular in subtropical counties for its capacity to cut through rain forest undergrowth and its value as a farming implement (cutting sugarc...

  • Great offers for the holiday season

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  • Remembering Pearl Harbor

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  • FREE SHIPPING DAY

    This December on the 16th, Atlanta Cutlery is continuing the practice of FREE SHIPPING DAY! That's right, by using the website below you can get FREE SHIPPING on any order with no purchase amount minimum! Sabers, knives, building materials and military memorabilia are all fair game! Also orders made on on the 16th are guaranteed to arrive in time for the holidays! Time to start making a list!

  • Happy Thanksgiving

    Atlanta Cutlery would like to wish you warm holidays and a Happy Thanksgiving! Hopefully when you're full of cheer (and turkey) you won't forget about us for Black Friday! Because this year we are having our BIGGEST BLACK FRIDAY SALE EVENT EVER! Savings on in stock items will be stellar and you can receive a 15% bonus on any gifts cards purchased as well! We will be kicking the event off right at ...

  • AXES: HEAD SHAPES AND TYPES

    Wood and axes hold an important place in our evolution, and today, even with powerful and modern machinery helping us, it is amazingly satisfying to thwack and fell trees, chop and shape logs, and prepare campfire wood on our own with our axes. So, very often, we are asked, “How to choose the perfect ax?” Well, the answer is not straightforward and singular, like it was for Aesop’s honest woodcutt...

  • RECORDING TIMES, THROUGH REPLICAS

    At Atlanta Cutlery, we have gone the extra mile to bring to you to an all-embracing collection of dummy weapons and replica guns, touching upon the most remarkable moments of our gun history, from the Civil War to today’s times. After all, what better than a non-firing replica to satisfy our fleeting fancies, complement our decors and reenactment costumes, capture rarities from the past, and play ...

Atlanta Cutlery Corp.

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Generated 7 months ago

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  • Common Machete Styles and Their Uses

    I would love for there to be an end-all style of machete. Unfortunately, there are just too many specified tasks for there to be a single standout style. That being said, here are some of the most commonly used and most practical of machetes.The Latin machete is probably the first thing that comes to mind, when someone mentions the tools of the jungle trade. Latin machetes are well balanced and ha...

  • What Makes a Good Hunting Knife?

    Knives come in a multitude of sizes, shapes and strengths so that they can reliably perform a given task. Therefore, any given knife use has a knife designed for it. One of the most common inquiries we get is "what is the best knife for hunting?" While there is always an element of personal preference, here are some of our thoughts on a great hunting knife. It all starts with the blade style. Skin...

Atlanta Cutlery Corp.

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Generated 7 months ago

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  • Top 3 styles of knife sharpeners

    There are many different types and brands of knife sharpeners available to the blade enthusiast, from honing with metal and stone to leather and abrasive belts. But ultimately, there are methods that see more use than others. Below are listed the three most common types of sharpening systems.Metal: Metal or Titanium Carbide sharpeners are probably the fastest way to put an edge on nearly anything....

  • National Pow/MIA Recognition Day

    Today is National Pow/MIA Recognition Day in the United States. Where we take time to commemorate those who have been held as prisoners of war, and those who are still missing in action. If you know someone who has been a PoW, there is probably very little comfort you can give them by bringing up the experience. Just be thankful for their service, fly the standard PoW/MIA flag, and maybe make a do...

Atlanta Cutlery Corp.

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