Medieval Practice Weapon - Dagger


This strong training dagger is hand-crafted of solid, fully seasoned hardwood, designed after edge-weapon designs from the 12th to 15th centuries. Contrasting wood guard and pommel. Overall length 17-1/4 inches.
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A wooden sword, or waster, was a common training tool for the practice of swordsmanship throughout the Middle Ages. This training weapon allowed a warrior to practice full combat safely while preserving his precious steel for the real battle to come. Our practice weapons are hand crafted of solid, fully seasoned hardwood. With contrasting wood guard and pommel, they are strong enough to meet the needs of today's swordsman or woman. Each can take the abuse of sparring and reenacting, even edge-to-edge. Keep in mind, however, that wood can break along the grain. The dagger design represents edge weapons common from the 12th to 15th centuries. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.


    Attribute nameAttribute value
    Overall Length17-1/4"
    Blade Length11-1/2"
    Blade Width1-1/16"


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    Mainly used for practice by my ten year old son, but will break after about a year and half of moderate use.
    - Joseph, November 13, 2010
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    - Elias, August 02, 2009
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