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For your consideration is a neck carry push dagger I recently made.
Push daggers have been around for a long time, and remains just as effective today as when it originated, Small but lots of penetrating power. Push daggers were particularly popular among gamblers during the early 1800s. They were also popular during both World War I and World War II, where a close-quarters combat weapon like the push dagger was incredibly deadly in skilled hands
I took a skull I had added red beads for the eyes,drilled a hole in the bottom,and added a 5″ piece of 3/16″ tempered cold rolled steel.
I put a point on the end and applied a cold blue.
Not sure what material the skull is made from.
The outer is some sort of thin metal. Very high polish.
The solid interior looked & drilled like PVC pipe.
I used a top grade epoxy to attach.
It extends into the skull about an inch. Its there for ever.
I use a piece of clear tubing for the sheath.
Added a neck cord. Not fancy but works.
6.5″ OAL, 5″ punch blade, 3/16″ Diameter. The skull is 1.5″ high, 1.0″ across.