When you wish to head into battle the medieval way, make sure that you check out the 12th Century Medieval Sword for your endeavors. Made from 5160 high-carbon steel, this functional sword features a design based on an original 12-13th century sword held in Glasgow. It has a double-edged blade. A fuller runs down two-thirds of the length of the full-tang blade. Historically, this blade design worked best for the cutting style of popular fighting techniques during the period.
This medieval sword continues with a straight crossguard. It features an early style that the Vikings referred to as a spike hilt. The arms of the steel crossguard taper towards the ends. The hilt continues with a black leather-wrapped wood grip. Then, it ends with an octagonal steel pommel. Finally, this sword comes with a wooden scabbard. Black leather wraps around the scabbard. The scabbard has a steel chape and throat. Take this medieval sword to your next reenactment. It is a great addition to any sword collection.
- Fully functional
- Based on 12-13th century design
- Has an octagonal pommel
- Comes with a scabbard
- Wonderful addition to sword collections
- Great for reenactments
- Made of 5160 high-carbon steel
- Crossguard and pommel are solid steel
- Scabbard is wood wrapped with leather
- Blade Length: 34.5 Inches
- Handle Length: 8.5 Inches
- Overall Length: 43 Inches
- Balance Point: 5.5 Inches Below Hilt
- Weight: 3 Pounds 8 Ounces
Measurements are approximate.
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