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Katar is an ancient Indian weapon also known as Bundi dagger. It is known to pierce the toughest resistance or armor when exercised with full force. Since they were very easy to use, these weapons were more popular amongst the warriors during the 17th century.

Katar is an ancient Indian weapon also known as Bundi dagger. It is known to pierce the toughest resistance or armor when exercised with full force. Since they were very easy to use, these weapons were more popular amongst the warriors during the 17th century.

Weapons, Neil Richards on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/l4Za

Weapons, Neil Richards on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/l4Za

☆ Rock Crystal Hilted Dagger «India» 17th Century :¦: The straight steel dagger with central ridge embossed at the forte in the form of a palmette, the waisted rock crystal hilt with carved flutes and leaf design carved into the pommel. ☆

☆ Rock Crystal Hilted Dagger «India» 17th Century :¦: The straight steel dagger with central ridge embossed at the forte in the form of a palmette, the waisted rock crystal hilt with carved flutes and leaf design carved into the pommel. ☆

HOE EEN KAPOTTE TELEFOON JE LEVEN KAN REDDEN

HOE EEN KAPOTTE TELEFOON JE LEVEN KAN REDDEN

Indian (South) katar, with prominent yali's (leogryphs), early 17th century, H. 16 11/16 in. (42.4 cm); W. 13 3/8 in. (34 cm); Wt. 20.3 oz. (575.5 g), Met Museum.

Indian (South) katar, with prominent yali's (leogryphs), early 17th century, H. 16 11/16 in. (42.4 cm); W. 13 3/8 in. (34 cm); Wt. 20.3 oz. (575.5 g), Met Museum.

Indian katar (push dagger), 19th century, straight double-edged blade, completely silver-inlaid with a dragon's head and floral motifs, iron grip with side bands ending in the shape of drops, double transversal grip thickened at the center, pata-type hooded hand protection with a central rib and ending in the shape of a tiger's head in-the-round, original velvet sheath, brass cape fretworked with floral motifs, the chape was probably replaced.

Indian katar (push dagger), 19th century, straight double-edged blade, completely silver-inlaid with a dragon's head and floral motifs, iron grip with side bands ending in the shape of drops, double transversal grip thickened at the center, pata-type hooded hand protection with a central rib and ending in the shape of a tiger's head in-the-round, original velvet sheath, brass cape fretworked with floral motifs, the chape was probably replaced.

Battle Axe of Gimli | Lord of the Rings Axes Shop

Battle Axe of Gimli | Lord of the Rings Axes Shop

Protector (RWS)      The M151 PROTECTOR Remote Weapon Station is a remotely controlled weapons station (RWS) that can be mounted to vehicles and stationary platforms. It is manufactured by Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace[1] of Norway and Thales Group of France. [via]

Protector (RWS) The M151 PROTECTOR Remote Weapon Station is a remotely controlled weapons station (RWS) that can be mounted to vehicles and stationary platforms. It is manufactured by Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace[1] of Norway and Thales Group of France. [via]

A Mughal Lion-Head gem-set and Jade-Hilted Dagger and Scabbard, India, second half 17th century

A Mughal Lion-Head gem-set and Jade-Hilted Dagger and Scabbard, India, second half 17th century

TWO GOLD-DAMASCENED PUSH DAGGERS (KATARS) NORTH INDIA, 18TH CENTURY | Christie's

TWO GOLD-DAMASCENED PUSH DAGGERS (KATARS) NORTH INDIA, 18TH CENTURY | Christie's

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