The Scramasax, or Seax, was carried by the Saxons and the Vikings between the 4th and 10th centuries, and came in a wide range of sizes. It was used both as a tool and a weapon. Carried horizontally at the back of the belt, the scramasax provided a close-quarters weapon, a tool, and utensil in camp. With its foot-long blade, it could provide both slashing and thrusting power in battle while handling heavy-duty chores around the home and camp.
This damascus blade Scramasax is equipped with a leather horizontal-carry sheath.
Comes with an overall length of 18 Inches and a 12 inch blade.