A classic Scottish Dirk dagger based on pieces from the early 18thC.
This favourite weapon of highland warriors is substantially made with a hollow cast brass grip and a 6mm/1/4" thick spring steel blade with sharpened false edge and fuller. The blade itself is long like the original at 38cm/15" and the grip is short like originals at 65mm/2.5".
The length of the grip means that your fist closes over the haunches just below the grip making for a very positive edge feel.
Comes with a veg tan leather sheath with bronze chape and incised decoration.
Blade length 38cm/15"
Grip length 65mm/2.5"
Overall length 49cm/19.5"
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