Viking Sword With Scabbard, 10th Century, Five Lobed Pommel, SK-B, Battle Re-enactment
Reconstruction of a Viking Sword from the 10th Century.
The blade and tang of the Viking Sword are one piece and riveted at the pommel. The handle is covered with a
leather strap. The blade of the Viking Sword is forged from high quality spring steel and hardened to 48 HRC. It has a pronounced chamfer which gives the sword great flexiability. The blade tip and the blades are blunt and rounded.
The sword comes with a wooden leather covered scabbard and wooden hangers as a belt loop ( wide belt for max. 5 cm). The tip of the scabbard is finished with an ornate brass chape.
Battle Ready Sword Category : SK-B
Blade Material: Spring Steel EN45, heat-treated
Rockwell hardness of blade: 48-50° HRC
Total Length: approx. 95.5 cm
Blade Length: 79,0 cm
Width of Blade at Guard: approx. 43 mm
Point of Balance: approx. 16 cm
Including matching leather wrapped wooden scabbard
Weight approximately 1200 g
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