Dagger - push dagger

A dagger is a type of knife with a standard double-edged blade that tapers towards the tip. This design gives the dagger excellent penetrating power and allows for quick and efficient stabbing. Daggers have historically been used as weapons, both in the military and in civilian life. In a military context, they served as a secondary weapon or as part of the equipment of soldiers who fought in close combat.

Civilian daggers were used for self-defense, hunting, but also as tools for common tasks. Daggers come in different shapes and sizes, and can be made from different materials such as steel, titanium, or even ceramic. Today, daggers are popular not only among collectors, but also among lovers of outdoor activities and bushcraft, who appreciate their functionality and versatility.