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Early Scottish Dirk

£91.00

This Dirk is patterned after an early model (circa 1700) and is similar in form to earlier ballock knives. The blade is “backed” (single-edged and wedge-shaped in cross-section). The ever-popular Dirk from Paul Chen is strikingly authentic, its clean lines and carved hardwood hilt making it a clansman re-enactor favourite. It features a forged high-carbon steel blade and comes complete with real leather scabbard.  


Overall: 51cm
Blade Length: 34.5cm
Handle Length: 18cm
Weight: 455g
Blade Steel: 1566


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SKU: SH2363

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Excl. Tax: £91.00 Incl. Tax: £109.20
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Excl. Tax: £91.00 Incl. Tax: £109.20

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Details

This Dirk is patterned after an early model (circa 1700) and is similar in form to earlier ballock knives. The blade is “backed” (single-edged and wedge-shaped in cross-section). The ever-popular Dirk from Paul Chen is strikingly authentic, its clean lines and carved hardwood hilt making it a clansman re-enactor favourite. It features a forged high-carbon steel blade and comes complete with real leather scabbard.  

Buy the Early Scottish Dirk with confidence from the UK’s leading Scottish Dirk retailer.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Hanwei
Specification

Overall: 51cm
Blade Length: 34.5cm
Handle Length: 18cm
Weight: 455g
Blade Steel: 1566

Reviews

Large and LooseReview by Edin
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First time writing a review of this type to bear with me. The dirk itself is well put together, sharp and the the wooden handle is well finished. It is a bit bigger in the hand than I was expecting and what would be considered traditional for a Scottish dirk. These are only minor niggles, my major gripe is with the sheath, it. is. loose. Not just a little bit, you could probably fit another blades-width in the same space. I ended up removing the leather lops from the top, just a few stitches and it came off, cutting it in two and using them as shims inside the sheath. The fit is pretty much perfect, holds the blade well even when held upside down. Its possible I received a duff one and others will be fine but its something to bear in mind. (Posted on 08/11/2017)

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