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Devil’s Edge – Medieval Flamberge Blade Dagger – High Carbon Steel Blade

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This Medieval Flamberge Blade Dagger has a flame-like blade hand-forged from tempered high carbon steel. The blade has been honed to a sharp edge to ensure that it can cut and slash with great ability and it is quite rigid and stiff so that it can puncture through thick clothing or into the weak point of an armored harness with ease. The blade is durably mounted into a hilt with a well-cast crossguard and pommel of brass and a vibrant and highly durable grip of crimson pakkawood.

The dagger is matched with a tough sheath of thick and well-stitched leather which is completed with a buttoned retaining strap.

Overall Length16"
Blade Length10 5/8"
Weight1 lb 5.4 oz
Width35 mm
Thickness4.5 mm - 2 mm
P.O.B.- 1"
Grip Length3 3/4"
Blade [1070 High Carbon Steel]
ManufacturerDevil's Edge
Country of OriginPakistan

Devils Edge Medieval Flamberge Dagger

1 review for Devil’s Edge – Medieval Flamberge Blade Dagger – High Carbon Steel Blade

  1. Nathan P. Caldwell (verified owner)

    The construction of the dagger itself seems solid. The pommel feels weighty enough to be a macehead, and it’s what draws the PoB back to an inch behind the guard. While both the dagger and the sheath itself appear well-made, the dagger fits into the sheath very loosely and the only think keeping it in is the retention strap; This combined with the weight of the pommel make it falling out of the sheath a real possibility if you walk around with it on your belt, since the pommel makes the dagger want to point upwards while sheathed. The blade appears as dull as a butterknife out of the box, but considering the sheath it may be for the best that it didn’t come to that sharp.

    Despite all this however, the overall quality is such that I will be keeping mine as a project knife; Making a new sheath, sharpening the edges and perhaps replacing the pommel. I’ve yet to find a fixed blade flamberge dagger this close to being actually useable.

    TL;DR – won’t cut out of the box, but it’d make a good project knife.

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