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Pugio Damascus Steel Dagger

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During the Roman Empire, legionaries were issued a Pugio (from the Latin Pugnō, or “fight”), a double edged thrusting dagger. The pugio was most notably used by Sempronius Densus, a retired legionary working as a Roman Imperial Guard in 69 AD. As an army of over 1,000 mutinous Roman soldiers marched to storm the palace and execute the Emperor, Densus stood alone to defend. To show that he wasn't afraid of these traitors he dropped his cudgel (large whacking mallet) and pulled out his Pugio Dagger. He warned them to stop but seeing he was alone, they pressed forward. He, alone with his Pugio Dagger, slaughtered hundreds until he was eventually overcome and killed.

This Pugio Damascus Dagger is named in honor of his bravery. It is a work of art in both form and function. The Damascus twist pattern and the inlaid Stag antler handle create a visually appealing harmony. As a tool, the extremely sharp double edge on this modified dagger and solid hand will make the most finicky blade connoisseur salivate.

Product Details
  • OriginPakistan

— Blade Length: 3.75"
— Blade Material: 1095, 15N20 Damascus Steel
— Blade Thickness: 0.15"
— Blade Hardness: 56- 60 HRC
— Blade Style: Dagger
— Blade Grind: Flat Grind
— Blade Type: Fixed
— Blade Finish: Damascus Steel
— Handle Material: Stag Antler
— Handle Thickness: 0.5"
— Handle Length: 4"
— Tang: Full Tang
— Overall Length: 7.75"
— Weight (Oz): 7
— Sheath Material: Leather

Please note: Each knife is handmade from natural materials and may vary slightly in color, Damascus pattern, and overall look. Damascus steel can rust if not cared for properly. Do not keep Damascus steel in a leather sheath for long periods of time, as the leather can cause the steel to rust. Please be aware Damascus steel products will arrive fully coated in a protective, non-toxic mineral oil, which can be easily washed off before use. Damascus steel should be regularly oiled with any household oil over the course of its life to prevent corrosion.

FAQ
Where is this item made?

The dagger is made in Pakistan.

Shipping Information
  • Shipping Availability
    United States
  • Shipping Policy
    Standard Ground Shipping
  • Ship In
    2-3 weeks
  • Return Policy
    Final sale, not eligible for return or cancellation

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