Pirate sword 93 cm

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Pirate sabre with brass guard and pommel made of steel and brass-plated, beech wood handle and stainless steel blade, tempered, forged and polished. Length 93 cms, weight 1.3 kg.

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Weight1,3 kg.
Length93 cm.
MaterialStainless steel

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The Pirate Sword is the most typical weapon in the history of piracy. It is difficult to imagine a pirate without his sword, since this was like his right hand. They used it mainly to attack, although sometimes they also used it to threaten. Therefore, it is important to know the different aspects related to this type of swords. For example, the reason for its use, its typologies or the place where replicas of these swords can be purchased.


Why did the Pirates use Weapons?


As we already know, the pirates were former looters of ships that sailed the seas and oceans. Its purpose was to go in search of navigators to assault. The pirates attacked other ships in international waters to steal their cargo and kidnap their mariners. Even sometimes they stayed with the ship itself. In short, they were maritime thieves who kept everything that had value.


But all this could not have been possible if these pirates did not have weapons that would give them the necessary power to carry out these looting. As it is impossible to make a robbery or assault without the presence of weapons. For this reason, swords are a crucial element for piracy. Since without them it would be practically impossible to get half of the things of value that they intended to steal.


What kind of swords did the Pirates use?


Throughout history, pirates have used different types of swords. These have varied over time, always adapting to the different times and trends of the moment. All this has led to the existence of a great variety of pirate swords. And although pirates used other weapons, such as guns or muskets, the sword is and has always been its most effective weapon.
Some of the best-known or most prominent pirate swords are the saga or the cutlass. The dagger was composed of a handle, a hand guard and a blade. Said blade was short, and also had a curved shape at its tip. In the case of the cutlass, this sword had a broad, curved blade. Its edge was on only one side, although there were cutlasses whose edge was in the last third of the sword.


Where Can You Buy a Pirate Sword?


Find replicas of a pirate sword that is of quality is no easy task. This is because, in general, the vast majority of stores that sell these items offer little variety, as well as products that are not of high quality. This makes it difficult to find a place to acquire these items that are increasingly demanded by lovers of the pirate theme.


At Medieval Factory we take care of both the manufacture and the sale of replicas of Pirate Sword. You can find in our online store a great variety of swords, since we offer the best products on the market. Our store not only stands out for its variety, but also for the quality of everything we offer. All this makes the Medieval Factory the perfect option to buy a Pirate Sword.

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    Julien Z. published the 18/06/2019 following an order made on 14/05/2019

    4/5

    Quelques griffes sur le pommeau. Rien à redire sinon.

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    Ashley E. published the 10/06/2019 following an order made on 23/05/2019

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    Nil :-)

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