Skallywag Limited Edition Damascus Dagger.
CNC milled from a billet of Damascus Steel this is the original Skallywag blade manufactured for our guys going down range. We have perfected this life saving tool and are proud to still bring it to you. The blade is precision milled, heat treated to a HRC of 58-60. The edge of the blade is ground only to a 40-degree angle to provide a following edge to the point..
The Dagger was designed to be a stabbing weapon to create distance between you and a bad guy. The large ring at the top allows the blade to be a gross motor skill tool using one or two fingers to anchor your grip, and is easily used with tactical gloves.
The Dagger was designed to get you home safe and sound.
Comes with the single row molle sheath. Other sheaths available on the store.
The Edge of the Dagger is only ground to a 40 degree angle as a following edge to the point.. it is not meant to be sharp like a knife.
I’m completely satisfied with this knife and the buying experience. Needle point, ripper sides and a comfortable grip. The shipping was timely also.
Incredibly sharp , love the eye hook handle.
Also, dagger does not get stock in sheath when pulling dagger out.
Amazing piece of workmanship, this dagger. When you hold it, you can feel how much thought went into the design. It fits more comfortably in my pocket than even folded blades. Couldn’t be more pleased with my purchase.
I really like this blade and the concepts for use. Fortunately, I retired in '04, so I think the dagger and I both will stay sheathed for the present.
However, I have been carrying and working on some drawing-striking drills. The dagger works easily into the method of unarmed defense taught by oldies like Styers...you can GRAB this tool quickly and get to work...I love it. Compared to other, similar tools, this one is substantial enough that I've carried it as my primary with no qualms. I do carry with tip up if needed and I use a bit of elastic shoe lace for a little extra retention; it does not effect the draw stroke from any carry position.
My go to back up throughout my carrer was (and is) a Randall model 8 in a horizontal shealth. The Skallywag dagger and sheath are more compact and easily concealed, and retention really good. It was easy to train with - instinctive. That is a big factor for me these days.
The damascus is just the icing on the cake. Visually stunning, great design
I really like this dagger.
I bought the D2 Dagger - Damascus for the look of the steel. The knife feels good in the hand and the D2 steel looks great. Very happy with my purchase.
Good solid piece of duty gear. My only gripes are that I bought a Damascus blade to see the raindrop coating, which was covered mostly by a powder-type coating and it arrived with a pretty bright, though small, scratch across the hilt. I imagined it would scratch at some point. I just wanted to be the one to do it.
I loved the original version and the damascus steel makes it really special.
I love the fact that i can carry these comfortably. I can sit down and not have them stick in my gut. A lot of thought was put into the design of these tools+ sheaths. My only problem is only have 2 hands . Im going to buy an other mdv+1 as we speak. i never had knives that i loved so much.. thanks guys!!!
The knife is awesome! It looks great and feels great in my hand. The weight is good, a bit heavier than the aluminum version, which makes it feel like you’re actually holding something. My only complaint is that my order did not come with a sheath, but no worries! The dagger is amazing nonetheless!
The Damascus pattern is subtle but beautiful. The grinds are clean, straight as can be, and symmetrical.
The D2 is well balanced, comfortable in the hand, and I have no doubt that it will get the job done.
Another fine, quality product from Skallywag Tactical
Absolutely a beautiful dagger , love all my Skallywag knives the best made knives you'll find, the service with Skallywag is top notch you won't find a better company out there
This is one of many Daggers I own and I love it! The pattern is subtle and understated, and the overall matte effect makes it a good choice for me.
The Damascus came out beautifully! By far my favorite new dagger!