- The Bollock Dagger it suggests male anatomy and was traditionally used as a peasant utility knife in Scotland from the 1300s (similar to a dirk)
- It comes with a 7-inch stainless steel blade that measures 12 inches overall with a real wood handle
- Customize by upgrading to a good-quality black or brown leather sheath
- Add an interesting (if slightly bawdy) part of history to your collection. It also works as a fun conversation starter
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Yes, that is what it is supposed to look like! The bollock dagger appeared in the 12th century as a peasant utility knife and was quaintly called a kidney knife during Victorian times to avoid being improper about its suggestive shape. This knife will be an interesting conversation starter and a bawdy bit of humor to add to your collection.
Upgraded leather sheaths are available in black and brown as the standard sheath leaves something to be desired. The blade measures 7 inches and is made from stainless steel. Overall, the knife measures 12 inches long, including the solid real wood handle.
Black Quality Leather Bollock Dagger Sheath
Brown Quality Leather Bollock Dagger Sheath