Condor Pipe Knife Dagger with Sheath
$32.98
$43.99
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  • 1075 high carbon spring steel double-edged blade
  • Blade offers no-rust, satin, Hybrid polyEpox powder coated finish
  • Stainless steel acorn guard
  • Removable rubber butt cap so knife can be attached to a spear handle with two screw holes
  • Includes full grain handmade leather belt sheath with leg ties
  • 8 3/4" blade
  • 13 1/2" overall


The design of this Condor Pipe Knife was inspired by the ceremonial daggers used by cannibalistic headhunters from Borneo. Features:


Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.75 out of 5
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Very Cool Reviewed by Darkwaters on Feb 09, 2015   4 out of 5

This thing is beefy and a modern take on a New Guinea Tribal Bone knife. Using my Dremel I fit it to a rake handle with a couple of set screws & sprayed black with a rubberized coating (Then sanded to distress). I finished it off with two aluminum lock collars and hemp twine for a fixed handle. I would put it up against an M48 Spear any day.



Reviewed by Billy Gomez on Mar 03, 2012   5 out of 5

This knife is well worth the price. I am very pleased with it. I stabbed a tree in my yard and it went in about 4 inches in with little resistance.



Reviewed by Melvin Romero on Feb 18, 2012   5 out of 5

This knife was very certainly worth the money. It's extremely intimidating, pretty well balanced, and sharp as can be. I'm not sure on how to use the bolts that come with it to secure it to anything, so I've been using some other ones that go all the way through, and it works great as a spear. I personally like the look of it better without the bolts on it. It makes it more intimidating, and better for throwing. Overall, a very good buy



Reviewed by Jeffrey DeLapp on Sep 20, 2011   5 out of 5

Amazing quality and the most terrifying dagger I believe has ever existed!!! Its like a giant, thick hypodermic needle that you can make into a spear!!! Makes me want to go primitive boar hunting haha!



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