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  DM1114 Pakistan
List Price: $
70.00
Our Price: $55.90
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KEY FEATURES:
• Damascus Steel Blade
• Rosewood Handle with Bone Insert
Fully Functional Battle Ready

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BONE GRIP DAMASCUS STEEL SCOTTISH DIRK (DM1114) Made in Pakistan
This DM1114 is forged and assembled by knowledgeable craftsmen of Pakistan and is a magnificent expression of the Scottish Dirk. Showcasing a double-edged blade of rugged and beautiful damascus steel, the bold, rippled patterns on the blade are created when several differing steels are folded and melded together into the single blade to create damascus steel. The blade is 7 inches long as this impressive Dirk measures 12 7/8 inches overall. Although the blade comes moderately sharp, one can easily sharpen to meet personal preference. The handle is of polished contoured rosewood that is embellished with brass pins on its pommel, and features a large bone insert that is not only pleasing to the eye, but also creates a smoothed, comfortable, and secure grip for the hand. Beauty and detail are further exhibited in its patterned Stainless steel guard with brass inlay and row of studded pins. This Scottish Dirk comes with a robust belt sheath of embossed brown leather and brass snap release.
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Overall: 12 7/8"
Blade Length: 7"
Steel: Damascus Steel
Edge: Moderately Sharp
Handle: Wood w/ brass & steel accents
Handle Length: 5 7/8"
Weight: 1.15 lbs.
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Specs will vary slightly from piece to piece.

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Damascus steel was a type of steel used for manufacturing sword blades in the Near East made with wootz steel imported from Southern India. These blades are characterized by distinctive patterns of banding and mottling reminiscent of flowing water. Such blades were reputed to be tough, resistant to shattering and capable of being honed to a sharp, resilient edge. The wavy surface pattern is produced by hammer-welding strips of steel and iron followed by repeated heating and forging. Such items were often marketed, but not necessarily made, in Damascus during the medieval period.

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