Popular in the Confederacy during the American Civil War for its multiple uses. It has a steel guard and a highly resistant carbon steel blade. Easy to carry due to its low weight. The grip is made of slightly darkened wood. Includes leather sheath with metal decoration.
This battle-ready replica of an early medieval scramaseax became fashionable in mid-6th century among the Franks, Saxons and Scandinavians. This reconstruction is dulled and has a rounded point. The wooden grip has been riveted to the hilt. Delivery includes a scabbard made of brown suede with two belt loops.
This Practical Scramasax features a hardened, high carbon steel blade with a rounded point and 2 mm wide edge. The blade has a full-tang (11mm wide) which is riveted over at the end to provide strength and security. Includes a pig hide sheath.
During the Renaissance it was very common for most people to carry a weapon of any kind with them and great daggers became very popular. Although guns were already being used constantly on the battlefields, and carrying portable firearms was still a work in progress, civilians preferred to resolve their differences with the leaves. In most cities a great...