Specifications: Overall Length (when inside scabbard): 41 Inches Sword Total Length: 39.5 Inches Blade Length: 32.25 Inches Blade Material: 1060 Carbon Steel Blade Width: 2.15 Inches Blade Thickness: 3.25 mm Handle Length: 9 Inches Handle Material: Wood with Real Leather Wrapping Scabbard Material: Wood with Rexin Wrapped Full Tang Sword
Age of Chivalry Medieval Knightly Sword A knight was required to have not just the strength and abilities to confront battle in the savage Middle Ages but on the other hand was relied upon to temper this forceful side of a knight with a courageous side to his tendency. These sacrosanct pledges of battle were joined with the standards of valor and with exacting principles of behavior and direct. When heading into fight most Knights embellished their shield and were outfitted with a spear and sword. The outfitting blade or chivalrous sword is the solitary cruciform sword of the High Middle Ages, in like manner use between ca. 1000 and 1350, conceivably staying in uncommon use into the sixteenth century. This Knightly blade is produced using carbon steel with a straight cruciform cross-gatekeeper and roundabout handle.
The grasp is wood that has been smoothed and finished with a twisting plan. A more full runs down the center practically the whole length of the sharp edge. This blade is end to end length and fight prepared with a peened pulverize. Peening is the strategy verifiably utilized for the vast majority of the pre-modern time. It fixes the knob for all time to the tang. This solid edge is solid and prepared for re-authorizations or competitions. Included is a wooden casing with a rexin wrap and steel memento and chape. Polish off an ensemble or star in a play with this astonishing recorded imitation.
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