This single-edged Qama brings considerable slicing and chopping power for a short sword; a thick spine powers its hacks and chops and the curvature of the tip serves to deepen a slashing cut as the blade arcs through a target. An acute tip backed by a broad blade makes this sword a highly-capable thrusting blade as well – once the tip finds purchase in a target the blade widens quickly to produce a woefully wide puncture.
The blade is strong, sharpened and tempered high carbon steel and the blade is constructed in a highly durable fashion with a thick, full tang which itself is a solid and seamless extension of the blade itself. The grip is formed from a set of polished wood scales which are brass riveted directly into the tang for an overall robust and permanent setting.
The sword is paired with a well-constructed wood-core scabbard which is bound in finely-stitched leather; on its reverse it a riveted belt loop of leather.