Dagger Knife Selection
Before there were swords, the weapon of choice among warriors was a dagger. Knife collectors today might not have a lot of use for the short, thrusting jabs daggers are made for, but these blades remain popular, as you can see from the variety of choices available. You'll find fantasy-inspired blades perfect for hunting dragons, along with the more practical single-blade models. Whether you're buying for yourself or as a gift, our personalized customer service ensures you'll find just the right dagger – shipped fast, and at an affordable price. Take your time and review the many dagger knife styles in our huge online catalog then contact us if you have any questions.
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Its a nice knife, its not sharp. feels like mostly stainless steel. the etching or printing on the blade is dull and hard to read .. besides that its a good replica. I have bigger hands and fingers they fit great in the handle and knuckles. Get it its worth it!!!!
Not even close to the Mark II of Vietnam..different steel, different blade shape, and not even close on the handle and pommel (no cat's tongue here)
I've Owned a Couple And they in my mind are the finest Knife made or at least Mass Produced only thing I miss is the original Leather sheath that came with it,still well made beautiful balance and unbelievably Sharp!
It is the perfect knife as a "Just in case" protection defense. It is compact and the push handle feels very secure in my hand. Much easier to carry than a full tang small blade knife. I carry it whenever I leave the hous.
This superb fixed blade dagger from two of the early pioneers/Godfathers of modern combat fixed knives is not to be missed. Size, weight, balance, and history blend together to make this knife one that any combat knife enthusiast should own. Plus, the autographs (if only they were hand-signed) will be as close as any of us can realistically come to having these. There are so many knives out there that want to be "tactical"---this one really is.
Good knife, a little small for XL hands not as good as Cold Steel models, but its half the cost.
This would get 5 stars however the sheath, like most inexpensive knives, is not the quality it could be. Using Kydex rather than the injection molded plastic would be better. Saw the review for this knife on prepared mind 101's you tube channel and he's correct that this knife fits the hand very well. I've paid well over $100 for push knives that did not feel as comfortable as this Schrade does. The handle is very tactile and the blade took a fine edge quickly with a couple swipes on the work sharp field sharpener. I added a bladtech techlok and it's currently being used as a weak side defensive backup to my EDC. Good job Schrade. Work on that sheath though. As far as the Knife Depot goes, their service kicks ass like always.
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