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Saxon Scramasax

By: Paul Chen - Hanwei

Saxon Scramasax
Paul Chen - Hanwei

Viking Dagger

The Scramasax, carried by the Saxons and the Vikings between the 4th and 10th centuries, came in a wide range of sizes and was used both as a tool and a weapon. Carried horizontally, at the back of the belt, the scramasax provided the spearman with both a close-quarters weapon and a tool and utensil in camp. Our Scramasax, with its foot-long blade, would provide both slashing and thrusting power in battle while handling heavy-duty chores around the home and camp. The Scramasax is equipped with a leather horizontal-carry sheath.

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  • Product Code: 2665
  • SKU: SH1075
  • Brand: Paul Chen - Hanwei
  • Blade Length: 11 1/2"
  • Blade Material: 1566 High Carbon Steel
  • Full Length: 17 3/4"
  • Handle Length: 6"
  • Weight: 1 lb 3 oz

  • *Specs may vary slightly from piece to piece.

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"Awesome Scramasax, larger and more impressive that I had expected. The sheath is much better looking that I expected too. Excellent value, highly recommended." - (5/5)

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