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Belt Dagger

ID#: 401386

Price: $85.00 

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Circa 1250

This pretty little belt dagger is a nice size for everyday chores and is just right for the feast table. Well balanced, it has a polished hardwood grip with steel guard and pommel. Comes complete with a black leather scabbard with steel throat and tip. Made from fully tempered high carbon steel. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts. Can be sharpened for additional fee.
  • Overall: 13-1⁄4"
  • Blade: 8" x 1" x 3⁄16"
  • Wt: 10 oz
 





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1. Robert on 8/4/2010, said:

be careful with this one- overall fating is good but alot of these have a slight defect in the pommel set...dont pay to have it sharpened-id wait to see if you like it first-Good build and a dandy feast knife handle is slightly smaller than expected but overall as i said, a decent knife.
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2. Thomas on 6/1/2010, said:

Very good knife for displaying in any collection.
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3. Anonymous User on 11/18/2009, said:

A delightful little dagger.
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4. Anonymous User on 11/16/2009, said:

Overall, this is a nice dagger and well worth the price. It is a very sturdy blade. However, it is probably a better suited for someone with smaller hands. I paid for sharpening but this wasn't done very well. The tip is very sharp until you get about two inches down the blade, which is dull and can't even cut through paper. Not nearly as sharp at the last item I bought. Also, the hilt is not perfectly centered with the blade. It's not too noticable from a few feet away, but on close inspectionm, the imperfect stands out. Still, I am happy with the purchase.
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5. Anonymous User on 11/13/2009, said:

An unexpected gem. It looks very simple in the pictures, and, in truth, it's a simple design. But that simplicity translates into a delightful elegance. The fuller gives the blade a nice, light weight, but with a sturdy construction one might expect from the architecture. The balance is exceptional with the point of balance where it should be -- the topmost portion of the grip.
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6. Jason on 10/30/2009, said:

I paid for shapening and while it looks like it was sharpened, it is quite dull(although the tip is pretty wicked). The guard is a bit offcenter as is the sheath tip. On the positive side it is well balanced, feels sturdy and even with the slightly off center guard it looks quite nice.
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7. Anonymous User on 5/12/2009, said:

A nice little dagger!! I especially like the stained wood grip is lue of a typical leather wrap.
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8. Anonymous User on 2/9/2009, said:

I don't use this SHARP little sucker. It's on the wall. It's going to go with the Teutonic Knight display figure.( in progress) Excellent weapon!
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9. David on 12/23/2008, said:

This is a very "pretty little dagger", good for a boot knife. I had to crimp the scabbard mouth a bit though, the fit was too loose for my liking. I also added a stiff belt loop to the scabbard. Still, one of the nicer small daggers on the market for the money. David Cellini WMA student & collector of A&A
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10. Tim on 12/16/2008, said:

This blade is a wonderful carry dagger, perfect for re-enactment feasts and other activities. Not to mention the great price!
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