Functional medieval sword Battle of Agincourt. SHARP BLADE of carbon steel 1566 with an antique finish, 70 cm long. 20 cm leather-wrapped wooden hilt. Weight 1130 gr. Total length 90 cm. Includes scabbard.
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|Material||Carbon steel 1566|
|Blade thickness||0,57 - 0,39 cm|
|Balance point||12 cm. At guard|
|Blade width||4 cm|
|Handle length||18,5 cm|
CATEGORY B High quality, well-balanced carbon steel swords, but not as hard as category A swords. They withstand well controlled combat without strong blows, but they should be used with swords of the same hardness, as they can be damaged in a fight with a harder blade. The minimum hardness is 48 HRC. They have a full tang, bolted or welded to the handle. Light and easy to handle with a well balanced centre of gravity.