Twisted Steel Scottish Dirk Knife
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  • 4 1/2" stainless steel blade
  • Twisted handle design
  • Faux blue jewel pommel
  • Includes coordinating scabbard
  • Overall length: 8 3/4"


If you're a fan of all things Gaelic or are of true Scottish blood, you will enjoy this fine, bejeweled Scottish dirk replica piece! It features a stainless steel 4 1/2" blade and a twisted handle design. The pommel has a faux blue jewel and a coordinating scabbard is included.


Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.56 out of 5
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great buy Reviewed by on Sep 19, 2016   4 out of 5

The blade isn't sharpened(be that good or bad is up to you). The jewel at the pommel feels like cheap plastic, but it still looks good. The scabbard was a tight fit, but it's easy to get out, anyway. It's longer than I had expected, but the hilt makes up a fair portion of that length. You can't affix it to a belt, so that's a small disappointment. I would HIGHLY recommend this blade to a serious collector, or someone just starting out. Note: Don't buy it as a self-defense blade- if you take this into battle, you will die, and I will laugh at you. Hope my review helped! :)



The Last Witch Hunter Reviewed by on Feb 20, 2016   5 out of 5

If I'm not mistaken (which I may be) but I'm pretty sure this is the same one in The Last Witch Hunter that Chloe uses. Also I bought it about a year ago and it's really cool. It's blade wobbles a lil' but that is just because I have dropped it God knows how many times.



Very sturdy and well made Reviewed by on Feb 03, 2016   5 out of 5

My scabbard fit perfectly, blade came very sharp, and there was no defects on the blade or the handle that I could find. However only one side is sharpened (It looks like there is a edge along half of the blade but in reality there isn't anything). My only complaint would actually be the gem. Let's be honest here, it looks kinda corny. Kind of bummed about the stainless blade, I usually prefer carbon. But for $13 this is utterly superb.



Wife loves it, now I want one Reviewed by thomas ouellette on Jan 07, 2016   5 out of 5

Got this for my wife who loves all things Celtic & Gaelic. Told her I was getting her a 'fancy letter opener'. She loves it, and now that I felt the weight and solidity of it I want one too. This is no letter opener, it's a serious knife with a serious blade and rates right up there with other good tactical blades. The 4 1/2 inch blade is 3/16 inch thick coming from handle and & last 2 inches to tip at 1/16-- I can't believe the low price. Beautiful for display as well. A great buy!



no need to be so angry Reviewed by on Oct 11, 2015   5 out of 5

just get a shoelace or some thing and wrap it in the twists then attach it to the belt



Not for hose! Reviewed by Scott on Apr 29, 2015   4 out of 5

Being proud of my Scottish heritage, I had hoped to use this handsome blade as a sgian-dubh when I went out kilted, but alas it's far too large and heavy for that. (Even with flashes, kilt hose will eventually inch down under the weight of this knife.) Also, unlike the product title says, this is NOT a dirk. A traditional Highland dirk is almost 19 long, with 13 or so inches of that being the blade. On the plus side, these are beautiful pieces that are most definitely NOT toys. Yes, the scabbards are plastic and feel cheap, but the blades themselves are solid, well-made, and were delivered with a razor-sharp edge. Elegant and functional at the same time, I ended up buying a second one for my wife and they are proudly displayed and used as matching athames (ritual daggers) on our altar. :) Well worth the money, in my opinion!



Great knife Reviewed by Damian on Apr 14, 2015   5 out of 5

I was really excited about this knife. Im half Scottish and even though this isn't true Scottish, it is nice to have something that is history. The knife is quite beautiful. You can tell it was cheaply made, but it's pretty sturdy. The sheath is plastic which shows a lot of scratches but I like it. The engraving was a nice touch, but it was a little scratchy/messy, but overall pretty decent. I would recommend this to a friend, good job BUDK team! A+



Good Price Reviewed by Robert on Aug 14, 2014   3 out of 5

I was pretty exited about this knife when I ordered it so my review may be a little harsh. okay so when I opened the box the sheath was nice but the "jewel" thing on the hilt was cracked and the knife was very dull I think I may have been sold a used knife. however for the price it is still pretty good.



Reviewed by Shaun Dietz on Jul 22, 2014   5 out of 5

It's a lot bigger then I thought it would be. Really fast shipping. Mine is sturdy, the nuts are tight. It was a good buy. The only complant is: it's stainless steel, I prefer my knive and swords and machettes to be tempered high carbon steel.



ITS MISSING A IMPORATANT PEICE Reviewed by MARK on Mar 02, 2014   3 out of 5

its a nice knife ONE THAT I WANTED TO CARE ON MY BELT,,BUT THIS CASE IS PLASTIC,AND HAS NO BELT CLIP OR A WAY TO ATTACH TO UR BELT,,,DISAPPOINTED



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