This synthetic dagger offers a great solution to modern martial artists and warriors who want to practice in relative safety. The Parrying Training Dagger has been carefully fashioned for a realistic look from black Santoprene. This rubber material has excellent durability, making it the ideal choice for a practice weapon. The design features dramatic downturned quillons for trapping the blade of an opponent. This rubber main gauche can be effectively used for solo practice, training drills, disarm drills, and demonstrations. Its authentic look makes it a good choice for any activity where you want an approximation of realism without the extreme risk of a sharp metal tool.
The parrying dagger was popular at the end of the Middle Ages through the start of the Renaissance. Often used as an off-hand weapon, the defensive dagger possessed a wide guard useful for protecting the hand and blocking the strikes of an opponent. The design eventually evolved into various fencing blades.
- Features realistic appearance
- Has downturned guard
- Safer design for sparring
- Ideal for solo practice, training drills, and demonstrations
- Made of Santoprene rubber
- Overall Length: 21 Inches
- Blade Length: 14.5 Inches
- Blade Thickness: 0.5 Inch
- Handle Length: 6.5 Inches
- Weight: 0.7 oz.