Functional Templar Sword William

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Around 1066 A. D. Normans invade Britain led by William "The Conqueror", the first Norman king of England. This functional sword with forged blade in 1065 high carbon steel has a pommel with William´s battle cross engraved on it. The Cross also appears along the blade. The sturdy wooden grip is covered in dark red leather and surrounded by a silver plaited wire. It comes equipped with a wooden scabbard, covered in brown and red leather and embossed with the Conqueror´s cross in relief.

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Weight1,6 kg.
Length93 cm.
MaterialCarbon steel 1065
Blade76 cm.
Blade thickness0.5 cm.

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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. Unsharpened and with a rounded edge. Light and easy to handle with a well balanced centre of gravity.