Atlanta Cutlery Corp Announces Nepal Collection Antique Firearms & Weaponry

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The first time many genuine, antique military issue firearms & accessories are available at special pricing

Martini Henry (untouched)

We're ecstatic that ACC is giving their customers the chance to buy a real antique with impeccable provenance.

Atlanta Cutlery today announced the newly expanded British & Nepalese military antique firearm collection in as-is condition and at special pricing. The original antiques date back over 150 years and show the most important developments in firearms history. This line includes Snider Enfield rifles, Martini Henry rifles, Brown Bess muskets, Gurkha Kukri's and many related accessories. The expanded collection of models, many available for the first time, are in their original condition and purposefully left that way. Now, the collector can fully appreciate the real thing, as it was uncovered by our team of experts, stored by the military in the Nepalese palace turned armory called Lagan Silikhana. A once-in-a-lifetime chance to own a true piece of military history.

"We're ecstatic that ACC is giving their customers the chance to buy a real antique with impeccable provenance." said Pradeep Windlass, president of ACC. "It's wonderful to see that our incredible level of commitment from this Indiana Jones-like adventure will be enjoyed for generations."

"Customers can own some of the most unique artifacts in the world, not just view them in a museum," said Robin Chaudhuri, ACC Licensing & Distribution. "We're honored to work with so many good people, who helped make this rare opportunity a reality. The 8 year quest to acquire an entire country's military history is in itself unique and the artifacts brought back reflect that."

Pricing & Availability
The antiques from the British & Nepalese expanded collections are available worldwide at new introductory pricing through ACC's retail store located at: 2147 Gees Mill Road, Conyers, GA 30013 and online at The highlights of this collection are the highly romanticized Martini Henry long & short lever rifles in untouched condition. These rifles were made famous by the British and their numerous African campaigns. There were also two now famous movies, Zulu and Zulu Wars which chronicled these battles and featured the state-of-the-art firepower of its day. All models are in their original "as-issued" condition, but do show signs of wear and age from decades in storage. The collection is now available for retail and wholesale.

*] There is no FFL required to purchase or own any of the items as they are legally classified antiques.

ACC ignited the revolution in the 1970s to acquire edged collectibles from around the globe and reinvented the collector category in the 1980s with the Museum Replicas division. Today, ACC continues to lead the industry in innovation, military replicas and licensed collectibles with its award-winning Windlass Studios designs, military contracts, and professional service.

Nisha Windlass - Public Relations
(770) 922-7500 x 56
Nisha (at)

Robin Chaudhuri - Licensing & Distribution
(770) 922-7500 x17
Robin (at)


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