Medieval German Single-Handed Sword, Practical Blunt
Medieval German Single-Handed Sword, Practical Blunt, SK-C
A late medieval one-handed sword that has been inspired by Hans Talhoffer, a famous 15th-century German swordsman and fencing master.
The sword has an un-sharpened blade with a hollow-ground cross section is made of hardened and tempered EN45 high carbon steel. The blade has a rounded tip and thick blunted edges for safety. The cross guard and pommel are crafted from steel and the wooden grip is bound in leather. The blade tang is peened to the pommel.
A wooden scabbard overlaid in leather and etched with a Knights Templar shield with cross pattée on one side of the throat section is included with the sword.
This sword is perfect for light stage combat, re-enactment or decorative purposes.
Battle-ready Sword Category : SK-C
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Blade material: EN45 high carbon steel
Overall length: approx. 94.5 cm
Blade length: approx. 76.5 cm
Handle length: approx. 18 cm
Weight (without scabbard): approx. 1300 g
Weight (with scabbard): approx. 1700 g
Specs may slightly vary from piece to piece.
Shipping Weight: 2.50 kg