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.
Typical shaped blade of a scramaseax like it was used by the Germanic tribes from 4th up to the 10th century. Here we offer a battle-ready reconstruction with blunt and rounded blade. The hilt of oak wood is riveted to the tang. The blade is made of EN 45 spring steel.
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...