In pure combat use, the dagger blade can still claim clear advantages due to its shape. The penetration effect compared to conventional blades is significantly higher, and the knife can be used in a wider range of tactical maneuvers than a single-edged blade.
The Achilles’ heel of most daggers is their lack of flexibility, which often leads to blade breakage, especially in the case of long dagger blades. For this very reason, Original Eickhorn-Solingen also uses this steel for its bayonets. To simultaneously enhance the cutting ability of the knife, the blade was produced using a hollow grinding process. To protect against corrosion, the blade is coated with a black Kalgard coating. The striking element at the handle end has been adapted for use as a weapon and is designed in a highly pointed form.
MOLLE or IdZ-adaptable Cordura/plastic sheath system.
Total length: 30.2 cm (approximately 11.9 inches)
Blade length: 17.2 cm (approximately 6.77 inches)
Blade thickness: 5 mm (approximately 0.2 inches)
Diamond sharpening plate