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Sgian Dubh

ID#: 400910

Price: $40.00 

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A Scottish tradition, the original Sgian Dubhs were frequently worn under the shirt close to the armpit. Now it is traditional for the Sgian Dubh to be worn in the stocking of the Highlander and the knife is frequently called a "stocking dirk". The term "Sgian Dubh" itself actually means black handled knife. Our high carbon steel Sgian Dubh which weighs less than 2 oz., has a black wooden handle that is carved on one side, smooth on the other. Embossed nickel silver fittings feature a thistle motif, comes with a sheath. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®. Can be sharpened for additional fee. Also available with Damascus blade.
  • Overall: 6-9/16"
  • Blade: 3-1/4" long, 3/4" wide, 3/16" thick
  • Weight: 2 oz





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    1. Anonymous User on 5/21/2009, said:

    not made as well as i had hoped. the fittings look plastic and the leather sheath is just a piece of plastic wraped in leather. the blade is ok.
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    2. Brad on 12/25/2008, said:

    The metal is well made and the scabbard is sturdy. The handle on mine was chipped, revealing a white wood under the paint. Overall, a good blade!
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    3. Anonymous User on 12/13/2008, said:

    It would be nice to know what kind of steel it is made from
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    4. Michael on 12/6/2008, said:

    Takes and holds a razor's edge. I collect antique bladed weapons from around the world, and this compares favorably to pieces 200-300 years old.
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