This large and long-bladed Arkansas Toothpick has a sharpened blade forged from sharp and tempered high carbon steel; the guard and pommel cap are polished brass and the grip is carved and polished wood fitted between two composite ferrules of Pakkawood. The knife comes with a sturdy, stitched leather sheath with an integrated belt loop and a brass-buttoned retaining strap.
Robust and wide-bladed, the Devils Toothpick brings plenty of blade to the action without feeling weighty and unresponsive. This fighting knife excels as a piercing weapon and is easily capable of creating deep and wide punctures in a target. The deadliness of this blade form caused several southern states to ban the Toothpick in the 1830s in an attempt to curb lethal dueling. Though it excels as a thrusting weapon, the blade has plenty of meat for powerful cuts, slashes and hacks.
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