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14.25" 3 Sided Military Thrust Dagger with Sheath Palm Swell Ringed Synthetic Handle 9" Blade

 
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DBA101
805319038863
DBA-101
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  • DESCRIPTION
  • REVIEWS
Three-sided Black 9 blade cuts a serious wound. Pointed tip, sharp on all three sides. 14 overall, palm swell ringed synthetic handle and stiff sheath. An attack weapon. Imported. 
Total number of Reviews: 10

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5.0 5
"This is like a '53 3-Band Enfield or '61 Springfield bayonet with an actual handle to hold it, and not a barrel tube mount. The Civil War bayonet is a ferocious weapon that terrified rebel regiments when the Union forces of the 20th Maine came charging down Little Round Top at Gettysburg with their bayonets forward. The psychological effect of the charge struck terror in the hearts of the rebels, and sent them off panic-stricken in a scurry. It has to be the most well-thought out knife in existence, a Civil War bayonet you can hold in your hand. The scabbard completes the package, and offers an effortless way to carry your bayonet knife on your belt."
– Irish Yankee
4.0 5
"This thing is wicked, much bigger than expected although I can read the dimensions...each of the three blades is sharpened to some extent and the pommel is metal. I didn't have a purpose for the knife, I can't imagine any utility role this knife will fill, but it's neat and inexpensive enough that I figure it's a fun thing for the knife footlocker."
– Stalwart
4.0 5
"This is a very good looking Dagger,very solid, and is VERY well balanced with a good weight, it can be thrown! Only issue i found with it is the synthetic handle is soft and actually bent on me! i even bent it back by hand. How ever This is an excellent buy!"
– Malc
4.0 5
"I just got mine, got here in a box way too big for the dagger. Its heavier than it looks all the weights in the blade. Point of balance is somewhere near the middle of the whole dagger. The edges come not sharpened but they look sharpened I plan to sharpen mine. Still the thing is scary as hell and thats prolly why everyone else bought it. The sheath is pretty solid except for the straps and flimsy snaps. Still good for the price. Sharpen this beauty up when you get it and itll be 10 times better."
– Josh
1.0 5
"Absolutely horrible quality. It did not survive a tiny second of my push-up bar test. I put the knife over the push-up bar and then grip the blade with my left hand (Must wear a wire glove!) and the handle with right. Then you hang on the knife. That guy was broken immediately. Do not waste your money for this ugly thing."
– John
5.0 5
"This thing is great. This is a lot of pointed metal for a cheap price. You pull this thing out, and everyone knows you mean business. The handle isn't that soft, although like the other guy said, I'm sure you could bend it if you hit it with a hammer or something. In any case, this thing is perfectly strong enough to use for its purpose, thrust it into a turkey or other hunk of meat from the butcher and see."
– AB
4.0 5
"In all this is a good weapon. The problem listed below about the knife breaking is, as far as I can tell, because the knife is not full tang. Beyond that it's worth every penny. This is another weapon not intended for prying and such. This is for stabbing and leaving holes, not for cutting rope. The lack of full tang does not affect the over all quality when you look at the purpose of the weapon. Over all great quality."
– Buyer
1.0 5
"a piece of JUNK. very poor quality, exactly what you would expect from a $12 made in china knife."
– jarhead 0802
2.0 5
"The pommel wasn't even straight on the knife. I guess thats what you get for always going for cheap!"
– Tim R
3.0 5
"You get what you pay for. It's NOT a tactical knife by any definition of the term. The cheap aluminum inside the handle bends if a moderate amount of pressure is applied. The actual blade would be great for piercing... except for that handle. BUT, it looks amazing. Great prop."
– Deadpool