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After the club, daggers are man's oldest tool and weapon.  Historically they were usually double edged and used to deliver quick, lethal strokes. Their small size made it perfect for those more nefarious types. They were also used in the "two handed" fighting style popularized by the French during the Renaissance. 

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Early Scottish Dirk

#400508
This replica of an early dirk features a 1055 high carbon steel blade. Hardwood handle carved with a chevron like pattern copied from an original of circa 1550. Scabbard included. Overall length 21 inches.
$114.95

Florentine Cinquedea

#404202
This Renaissance period short sword (or long dagger) has a sharpened, double-edged 1055 high carbon blade. Highly engraved guard and pommel, hand-carved rosewood grip. Leather scabbard with engraved steel throat and chape included. Overall 20-1/2 inches.
$148.95

Italian Arming Dagger

#403599
This royal dagger features a long 1055 high carbon steel, full tang blade with a heavy spine for strength. Contoured, hard wood grip and fishtail type pommel. Includes brown leather sheath with metal throat and tip. Overall 19-1/2 inches.
$89.95

Medici Dagger

#403721
This ring dagger with an armor-piercing, 1055 high carbon steel blade sports filigree work on the handle and scabbard. Large pommel and soft leather wrapped grip. Overall 16-1/2 inches.
$124.95

Musketeer Main Gauche

#401348
This dagger features a 1055 high carbon steel blade with cut-outs and notches to disrupt the opponent's blade. Knuckle-bow to protect the hand. Overall length 23 inches. Matching rapier available.
$134.95

Primitive Scottish Dirk

#402352
This version of an early Scottish dirk sports a flexible, well-tempered 1055 high carbon steel blade. Solid hardwood grip with steel parts. Scabbard included. Overall length 19-3/4 inches.
$94.95

Roman Pugio

#401392
The wood hilt of this Roman dagger is paired with a fully tempered, hand forged 1055 high carbon steel blade. Comes with a wood scabbard covered in leather with brass parts. Overall 19-1/4 inches.
$94.95

Scottish Dirk

#404010
This replica of an early Scottish dirk features a 1055 carbon steel blade forged to a hard spring temper. Rosewood handle capped with contrasting blued-steel guard, bolster, disc-shaped pommel. Leather scabbard with an extra wide belt loop included. Overall length 18-3/8 inches.
$119.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Sgian Dubh

As a Museum Replicas customer for over thirty years I am pleased to say that your products continue to impress and live up to the quality that I have come to expect from you.  This small knife is everything it was advertised to be.
Reviewed by: Eugene, October 13, 2019

Review of: Sgian Dubh

Well-made. The wood handle is so smooth on the back it looks like plastic, but the carving on the front is precise. The sheath fits well, but will be all but invisible as it will be in my piper's hose. Blade is good steel - I will sharpen it myself. No sense having a "black knife" with no edge! ERSJR
Reviewed by: Edmund R., October 12, 2019

Review of: Damascus Sgian Dubh Raider Knife

This is my first edged weapon from MR, so I was very excited considering the quality that I was expecting. I misread the dimensions on this, so this turned out to be much larger than I thought it would be. No complaints on the size though.

1st, the dagger. It essentially looks as it does in the photo. Since this is handmade you know to expect minor differences and I'm not disappointed. It is amazingly light to hold and even though it appears to have been sharpened, the cutting edge is rather dull, not a big deal. Sharpening a knife is rather easy. It does have a razor sharp point and easily pierced many cardboard boxes I have. I haven't tried it on anything thicker yet as I don't want to risk damaging the tip. Based on how sturdy the knife feels, I have no doubt this would pierce clothing and flesh quite well if I was forced to use it for self-defense.

2nd, the sheath. Since this is my first experience with old-world craftsmanship when it comes to medieval styled weapons, I don't have much to compare it to. The knife sits loosely in the sheath and the strap is the only thing that will hold it in place if you decide to walk around with this on your belt. Otherwise I feel this would fall out very easily. The sheath's construction seems decent, but I'm unsure at this point how well I would rate the quality since I haven't had the time to use it on a day-to-day basis.

Overall as a combo I'm giving this five stars.
Reviewed by: Erik, September 28, 2019

Review of: Stag Horn & Damascus Hunting Dagger

Well-made handle, hilt and blade, which was very sharp except for an inch near the tip. Altogether, it's a great knife for advertised or other (probably) light use.
Reviewed by: Todd, September 20, 2019

Review of: The Accolade Dagger of the Knights Templar

A great dagger and a must have compliment to the Accolade sword.
Reviewed by: Matthew, September 13, 2019

Review of: Musketeer Main Gauche

A wonderful item, everything one would expect for a military main gauche. The decorative work and construction is rock solid. Love the scabbard too, love the blue!
Reviewed by: Dwight, August 31, 2019

Review of: Stag Horn & Damascus Hunting Dagger

Very good looking piece, good weight to it, and sharp enough to take the hair off my arm straight from the box.   Haven't done much with it so I can't speak to its durability but on looks alone it's a winner.
Reviewed by: Ian, August 29, 2019

Review of: Early Scottish Dirk

A beautiful and functional piece of work.  I would recommend this to anyone interested in a very good knife or this period/culture.
Reviewed by: Ray, August 23, 2019

Review of: Battlecry Crecy War Dagger

I bought this dagger to co with my Bosworth Longsword and I am thrilled with both of them.  Beautiful weight and edge!
Reviewed by: kevin, August 22, 2019

Review of: Musketeer Main Gauche

Perfect compliment to the Musketeer Rapier. Very elegant and well crafted. 2 thumbs up.
Reviewed by: John, July 31, 2019