A kard (Persian کرد [kard] - knife) is a type of knife found in Persia and all the way to India. It has a straight single edged blade and is usually no longer than 41 centimetres (16 in) in length. It has no guard, and usually the handle was bone, ivory, or horn.
It is a likely candidate for being one of the weapons the Assassins used because it was mostly a stabbing weapon, and commonly the point would be reinforced to penetrate chain mail. A major characteristic of a kard is that the hilt is only partially covered by the sheath
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