The Dagger has a tempered steel blade, very large at the base, suddenly narrowing toward the point with a fuller (groove) on each side. The intricately detailed hilt is made in Zinc Aluminium Fittings metal with metal decorations. The guard features the Macleod Clan name above the dragons and sword artwork. The pommel is round with groove lines and joins the resin hand grip. This dagger can also be used as a letter opener.
Overall Length with Scabbard: 13.75 Inches
Overall Length without Scabbard: 12 Inches
Blade Length: 7.75 Inches
Blade Material: Stainless Steel
Blade Style: Dagger Style
Blade Type: Double Edge with Mid Ridge
Handle Length: 3.75
Resin Handle and Sheath with Zinc Aluminium Fittings
More About Connor Macleod
Connor MacLeod was born in 1518AD. 18 years later in 1536, he is "killed" in a battle with another clan, the Frasers, by a black knight called the Kurgan, but Connor somehow recovers. In 1541, Juan Sanchez Villa-Lobos Ramirez (Chief Metallurgist to King Charles the Fifth) finds him and tells him that he is Immortal. Ramirez tells him that he is a member of a group of people who are Immortal and are involved in something called The Game. Over the centuries, they will all be drawn toward a far-away place by "the quickening" where they will chop off each other's heads until there is only one left. This Immortal will win The Prize (mortality, plus they know what everyone on earth is thinking and feeling). Connor ends up in New York in 1985, where he and the Kurgan end up being the last two Immortals. There can be only one. In a grand climactic scene, with lots of water, pyrotechnics and broken glass, Connor wins. This is the dagger replica of the sword Connor originally had before meeting Ramirez and realizing he was immortal. He left this sword behind in the highlands of Scotland as a grave marker for his beloved wife Heather when she died.