Katar - Indian push dagger 3D print model

Katar is type of Indian push dagger. It was first created in 14th century. It's held in hand grip and basic attack is direct thrust identical to punching. Some blades have thickened tips and were capable of piercing mails and even plate armour. Later they were made for decorative purposes, using precious metals, gemstones, etc.. It is used for worship and even granted as trophies for competetions. This is a full scale (550x140x20mm) model of katar and has STL files of katar and sheath with extra files cut in halves for better 3D printing. These files are symmetrical along cut plane. Feel free to contact for any queries. Feedback appreciated.

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    • Stereolithography (.stl) (4 files)-
    3D model details
    • Publish date2019-02-03
    • Model ID#1889664