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Early Scottish Dirk

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Early Scottish DirkEarly Scottish Dirk

Overall Length: 21"

Blade Length: 14-7/8"

Blade Width: 1-3/4"

Blade Thickness: 3/16"

Weight: 1 lb

Grip Length:

Point of Balance:

Steel: 1055 High Carbon

Edge: Unsharpened

Sharpening: Available

Engraving: Available

Circa 1550
This style dirk is a direct descendant of the medieval ballock dagger. The grip form began to change, probably sometime in the late 16th century, but soon developed a form that was purely Scottish. The blade was long and single-edged. Made to use alone, with a shield and sword, or just with a basket-hilt claymore. We have replicated an early version of the dirk. The hardwood handle is carved with a chevron like pattern copied from an original of the same time period. For those with a serious interest in the Highlands, this is a must for any collection. Includes scabbard.
    Can be personalized with 3 Initials (select at right)

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    Great reproduction of a scottish dirk, love the fact that it looks like a cut down scottish basket hilt. very sharp and durable. great for a jacobite like myself.
    Reviewed by John  B
    1/19/2016 11:26:25 AM
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    My first Dirk and it is a great. Craftsmanship is great. I would like more initials engraved because I have 6 initials PJAGSR Phillip Joseph Ander Gregory, Sr. I need to figure how to keep the dirk in the scabbard. Some type of tie down that lets me release it. Keep up the good work. Phil aka PapaG
    Reviewed by Phillip  G
    12/11/2015 4:27:36 AM
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    This is a well made dagger that I would really classify as a short sword. It is heavier and less nimble than the Primitive Dirk sold elsewhere in the catalog. The carving on the handle allows for a better grip. It is very nice looking and would look great mounted in a display.
    Reviewed by Gregory  W
    5/22/2015 11:33:53 PM