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Devil’s Edge – Damascus Blade Jambiya Dagger

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This Jambiya dagger has a sharpened blade forged from damascus steel and the skillful melding of two different steels into a single blade by the bladesmith is self-evident in the vibrant patterning throughout the blade. The contoured grip is well polished wood and the guard plate is brass. The dagger is matched with a wooden scabbard which is tightly bound in leather.

A traditional sidearm originating from Yemen, the Jambiya is traditionally worn on the waist tucked into a sash. This dual-edged fighting knife is light and well-capable of deep cuts and fierce punctures and its wide blade with a pronounced center ridge gives it considerable durability and rigidity. Though originating from Yemen the Jambiya is strongly represented parts of Saudi Arabia and the dagger found its way to Persia and the Ottoman Empire where it was adopted into more local forms.

Overall Length14 7/8''
Blade Length8 7/8''
Weight12.8 oz
Width50.7 mm
Thickness5.6 mm - 5.2 mm
P.O.B.1 3/8''
Grip Length3 3/4''
Blade [Damascus Steel]
ClassBattle Ready
ManufacturerDevil's Edge
Country of OriginPakistan

3 reviews for Devil’s Edge – Damascus Blade Jambiya Dagger

  1. Shonen

    Before I got this blade, I did some research into Jambiya fighting techniques as I like to know how a blade will response vs how it should response. This knife knows exactly how it should be handle. It can be use in a standard grip for slashing targets but it loves to be used in the reverse grip, almost like a bird’s beak. If you have any love for the Arabic world, please get this blade, you will not regret it

  2. Lucas (verified owner)

    This Jambiya replica is solidly built, and sharper than you’d imagine. The pattern on the steel is very attractive. It’s heavy, but not unbalanced or clumsy. Handling it immediately intuits what it was designed to do. Worth the money!

  3. grimeson01 (verified owner)

    So I originally got this month’s ago and the edge was split on the curve of the blade I then sent it back to be replaced and got the same product. Then they tried to say it’s normal to have the blades edge split open. Be prepared to be scammed and jerked around by this company

    • David Weiss

      KOA Community –
      It is never fun to publish bad reviews but we often do. In this case, we followed our normal return policy, and paid for shipping to return the item to us for us to scan for defects. After a thorough review, we determined the blade was to normal standard and not flawed. We examined a second blade for quality and shipped that to Grimeson01. Again, Grimeson complained of quality. We accepted a return.
      This is neither scamming nor jerking around.

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