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Knives & Tools

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  1. Windlass Crusader's Seax

    Windlass Crusader's Seax

    Believed to have been used as early as the late-Roman period the single-edged seax continued to be used throughout Medieval Europe. Features a carbon steel blade with full tang design. The grip is hard wood. Includes a leather sheath.

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  2. Windlass Poignard

    Windlass Poignard

    A forerunner of many long parrying daggers of later years, the poignard's long reach made it very effective.

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  3. Windlass Soldier's Dagger

    Windlass Soldier's Dagger

    The Soldier's Dagger features an unsharpened carbon steel blade, steel guard and pommel, and a leather cord wrapped grip. A perfect no nonsense side arm for the hardened soldier.

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  4. 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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  5. Windlass Steel Stiletto

    Windlass Steel Stiletto

    Stilettos were light, easy to carry and often worn like jewelry by both men and women. In use throughout the European Renaissance, they were common at the feast table.

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  6. Windlass Jambiya

    Windlass Jambiya

    The Jambiya is found in every country that has been inhabited by the Arabs; from Turkey to the Balkans, and even in Spain. The origins of this knife are unknown. Windlass' reproduction is of a form found in Persia and India and is worn at the stomach under a sash or belt.

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  7. Windlass Brass Medieval Dagger

    Windlass Brass Medieval Dagger

    This classic cruciform style dagger was used for a very long time, from the Early Middle Ages onwards. The wheel pommel and slightly flaring guard are solid brass that needed far less care than steel fittings.

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  8. Windlass Venetian Stiletto

    Windlass Venetian Stiletto

    This stiletto is a reproduction of an original held by the Doge's Palace in Venice and is one of the most attractive Windlass has reproduced.

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  9. Windlass Ceremonial Kukri

    Windlass Ceremonial Kukri

    Windlass Steelcrafts Ceremonial Kukri is and oversized kukri of a style used in traditional religious festivals in Nepal. Made of a tempered 1065 high carbon steel, the blade can be sharpened to a very fine edge.

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