Ferro throwing dagger

€6.90*

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Product information "Ferro throwing dagger"

The throwing dagger "Ferro" from the "Battle standard" series is designd in a simple steel/grey. The extraordinary handle, decorated with small rivets, is deposed by a dark brushed painting. Of course, the dagger is made without a hard core and consists exclusively of soft foam.

Length: 22.5 cm
Material: foam without a core
Colour: Steel-Grey

Disclaimer: In this category you will find long-range weapons specially designed for the safe portrayal of fights. All throwing weapons are made of foam and are completely soft & flexible, so that you can safely represent the throwing of "knives" etc.

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