Timber Wolf River Gambler Push Dagger With Sheath - Damascus Steel Blade, Micarta Handle, Brass Pins, Rosette Accent - Length 7 1/4”

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  • A beast of a self-defense weapon inspired by the discreet weapons used by those elite men gambling their way down the Mississippi
  • It has a double-edged 4 1/2” Damascus steel dagger blade that is doubly sharp with an extreme penetrating point
  • The handle scales are crafted of black Micarta, accented with rosettes, and they are secured to the tang with brass pins
  • The 7 1/4” overall push dagger can be protected and carried in its premium leather belt sheath, which has white topstitching


The Timber Wolf River Gambler Push Dagger is a beast of a self-defense weapon inspired by the discreet weapons used by those elite men gambling their way down the Mississippi. It has a double-edged 4 1/2” Damascus steel dagger blade that is doubly sharp with an extreme penetrating point. The handle scales are crafted of black Micarta, accented with rosettes, and they are secured to the tang with brass pins. The 7 1/4” overall push dagger can be protected and carried in its premium leather belt sheath, which has white topstitching.

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John Haberman
Sep 02, 2019
(5 out of 5)
FEELS GOOD

This was intended as a back-up weapon for a deringer, rather than an everyday carry knife, but I expect, with some practice, it could be used for the latter. It has a hand-filling handle that fits the hand well and carries easily and unobtrusively in the leather sheath. It's attractive and well-made. Now, the question is, "Should I carry it around awhile, to see what it could do, or just admire it as a modern example of a historically significant knife?" We shall see.

 

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