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Scottish Highland Dirk

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This dirk has a hand carved wooden handle, the carving is inspired by a celtic weave design. The dirk is a fighting knife - its immediate forerunner was the Scottish ballock knife which was widely used in the 14th century.

The dirk was a standard issue for British Armed Forces for many years. It was evidently first issued to a member of the Highland Pipers and Drummers. Dirks were not officially abandoned as sidearms in Britain until 1939.

Size: 515mm (overall), 370mm (blade). PRICE INCLUDES a hard sheath/scabbard.
Weight: 700 grams (including sheath)

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  1. Good dirk but shame about the scabbard

    Posted by Paul Mitting on 13th Dec 2012

    The dirk itself is quite solid and attractive for the price with a strong blade. However the scabbard tip was badly made and fitted and ruins the look of the overall set. This may just be the one I bought because the illustration shows a much better fit.

  2. Looks Good is Good

    Posted by John Betts on 27th Apr 2010

    I’ve been carrying both a Scottish Dirk and a Highland Dirk into battle for a little while now and they don’t just look good they are good. I have fought with both my Dirks against short swords, at first, I expected them to be turned into bread knives but both have stood up surprisingly well - yes a few scratches but that’s about all. Both are good authentic Dirks.

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