Dirk – Scottish National Dagger. It is a traditional accessory of a very formal version of the Scottish national costume, and also worn with some forms of clothing by bagpipers and officers of the Scottish regiments of the British army and the countries of the Commonwealth. It has a long straight (up to 30 cm) blade of one-and-a-half sharpening (less often – one-sidedly sharpened), a handle without a crosspiece.
blade length about 40 cm
total length of the dagger is about 55 cm
blade width at guard about 4 cm
blade thickness at guard about 5 mm
weight 600 g (without scabbard)
Scabbards (wood + leather + steel set)
Spring Tempered Steel. Hardened 50 HRC
100% Battle ready.
There are no weaknesses in the design.
The difference from edged weapons – the lack of sharpening the blade.
Blade blunted (edge thickness of 2 mm).