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Munich Dagger

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Circa 1600

During the 1600's a dagger was almost always carried  by everyone and was used for two handed fighting with a sword or for when there was not room enough  for a sword.  The fullered blade has pierced work. Has a well-tempered 1095 high carbon steel blade.  The pommel and guard are steel and the grip is wood wrapped in twisted steel wire for a very positive hold. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts, includes scabbard. Matching sword (#501144) available.
  • Overall: 19-3/8"
  • Blade: 13-3/8" long, 1-1/4" wide, 3/16" thick
  • Wt: 1 lb/4 oz

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Very nice very large dagger. My wife wore it at the ren fest and received a bunch of complements for a lady with a dagger. When it arrived my son just had to test it out. He filled up a gallon plastic jug with water and took a swing. It sliced the jug in half like nothing leaving the lower half full to the brim undisturbed. I was very impressed how that worked out.
Reviewed by James  J
10/9/2015 12:53:05 AM
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I bought this to go along with my Munich sword, and they compliment each other very well. This is a really large dagger, almost a short sword. Well-balanced, easy to sharpen using an Accusharp. I especially like the wire-wrapped handle, it adds a lot of class. It looks like it should cost a lot more than it does. I'm really happy with this purchase, and with Museum Replicas' great service.
Reviewed by Terry  R
6/1/2015 3:25:23 PM
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Well-made, sturdy, and good-looking dagger. I only wish it was sharper.
Reviewed by Quang  N
5/1/2015 3:43:25 PM
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This is a big, heavy dagger, certainly suitable for a main gauche and even as a small sword. Not for the faint of heart.
Reviewed by Robert  A
2/14/2013 12:00:00 AM
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Reviewed by John  S
8/15/2010 12:00:00 AM