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Knives & Tools

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  1. Windlass Munich Dagger

    Windlass Munich Dagger

    In the 17th Century a dagger was almost always carried. The Munich Dagger features an unsharpened 1095 high carbon steel blade with fuller and decorative piercings.

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  2. Windlass Brass Handled Rondel

    Windlass Brass Handled Rondel

    The Rondel Dagger was around for a long period of time and took many forms, from utilitarian to pure combat weapon, like this one.

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  3. Windlass Left Hand Deschaux Dagger

    Windlass Left Hand Deschaux Dagger

    The left hand dagger, or Main Gauche, was employed in the art of rapier and dagger swordplay. It was often worn at the back, tilting to the left for easy access.

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  4. Windlass Viking Seax

    Windlass Viking Seax

    The Seax or Sax, was universal in Northern Europe. Carried and used by Saxons, Angles, Vikings and German tribes, its use probably dates to before the fall of Rome and continued into the early Middle Ages.

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  5. Windlass Regimental Kukri

    Windlass Regimental Kukri

    Windlass Steelcrafts Regimental Kukri is issued to the majority of Indian Army Gurkha regiments. Made of a tempered 1065 high carbon steel, the blade can be sharpened to a very fine edge.

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  6. Windlass Assam Rifles Kukri

    Windlass Assam Rifles Kukri

    Made by Windlass Steelcrafts, this kukri is issued to the Assam Rifles Gurkha Regiment of the Indian Army. It is made of a tempered 1065 high carbon steel and the blade can be sharpened to a very fine edge. It features the traditional religous notch and has three shallow fullers along the length of the blade.

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  7. Hanwei Survival Kukri

    Hanwei Survival Kukri

    Freed from strict tradition, Hanwei has tasked themselves with designing a modern kukri. While they have kept the shape, the balance and the high carbon steel, the rest has been substantially upgraded.

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  8. Hanwei Early Scottish Dirk

    Hanwei Early Scottish Dirk

    This dirk is patterned after an early (circa 1700) original and is similar in form to earlier ballock knives. The blade is 'backed' (single-edged and wedge-shaped in cross section). This ever- popular dirk from Paul Chen is strikingly authentic, its clean lines and carved hardwoord hilt making it a clansman re-enactor favorite.

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