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Mycenaean Greek Dagger Trainer
Mycenaean Greek Dagger Trainer


 
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Mycenaean Greek Dagger Trainer

The blade does not flex on thrusting, but provides good simulation for moderate level training.

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Features
  • Historical size with a wide blade for safe training.
  • Paracord wrap grip.
  • Made of a strong, durable plastic material.

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Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review »

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Worth Getting September 9, 2018
Reviewer: Matt from Illinois  
A nice dagger, and close to the original. My only complaint is the narrow grip - I've had this thing fly out of my glove couple of times, and my oversized gorilla hands have trouble keeping it stable.
If a Naue II were released, I'd get that too - there aren't enough bronze age trainers on the market.

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Highly Accurate July 28, 2018
Reviewer: Ahmad F.  
I got this as a partying dagger of sorts,and found it to be a delightful addition to my collection. The handle was a little skinnier than I expected, but by no means did it negatively impact the handling of the trainer. A good buy for anyone interested in ancient Greek warfare.

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Checkmark October 30, 2017
Reviewer: Chase Keener from Newark, OH United States  
Weight feels very solid, the grip is easy to hold, feels comfortable in the hand. 5 stars

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Universal Blade May 28, 2017
Reviewer: Augusto Morales from Delmar, MD United States  
As Soon as I saw this on the site I had to get it. Daggers without any large guard are relevant, because of modern integrated guards. These resemble various full tang designs across the globe. I've been using these in a reverse grip, because of the grip pommel.

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