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A dirk is a long thrusting dagger. Historically, it was a personal weapon of officers engaged in ... The Scottish dirk (also "Highland dirk", Scottish Gaelic: Biodag) is the traditional and ceremonial sidearm of the officers of Scottish Highland ...

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The Scottish Dirk was a direct descendent of the Medieval ballock dagger. The grip form began to change, probably sometime in the late 16th century, but soon  ...

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The Scottish Dirk that most knife enthusiasts are familiar with these days is, more or less, a piece of rubbish- a prop-a costume accessory for stage and screen.

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Typically when one things of a Scottish dagger, one of two blades are pictured. The Scottish dirk is descended from the medieval ballock dagger, although ...

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This 11.75 inch blade long Bonny Scottish Dirk showcases crisp etchings of the traditional Scottish foliage and thistle motif on both sides of the blade. The blade  ...

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Cold Steel is proud to offer quite possibly the finest production Scottish Dirk on the market today. The Scottish Dirk by Cold Steel is sure to be treasured for ...

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The dirk is optional, but still an important part of any Highland dress. Originally it was both a weapon and a utility tool. Eventually it evolved into a stylized dress ...