Kris Cutlery BALLOCK DAGGER -X

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Kris Cutlery BALLOCK DAGGER -X

89.00

Ballock daggers are easily identified by distinct two lobes on the guard area. Also known as the "kidney dagger" during the Victorian period and was one of the most popular dagger styles used during the Middle Ages.  

This dagger has a 6-3/4” single edge blade made from 5160 carbon steel. Top part of the blade has an edge about 4-1/4” long.  Selective hardening is used on the blade to give it a hardened edge.  

Select Molave hardwood is used on the handle. A thick brass plate is attached at the bottom of the guard. The grip is 3-1/4” long with a octagonal, eight sides, cross section. A thick brass butt plate is attached to end of the handle. The handle is glued to the blade tang and pinned at the top for a very secure attachment.   

Same Molave wood is used on the scabbard with thick brass chape or metal protective fitting at the bottom. There are two brass pins near the top of the scabbard to prevent the opening from splitting open.

 

 

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