Medieval One-handed sword with leather scabbard, practical blunt


The forged blade of EN45 spring steel is oilhardened and well tempered to a Rockwell hardness of approx. 48-50 HRC. It´s hand-forged up to the tang and peened with the disc shaped pommel. The wooden grip is wrapped with leather and bordered by two steel rings. The straight crossguard is forged from mild-steel. The blade has got a distinctive fuller which offers both flexibility and a lesser weight. The edges are blunt and the tip is rounded for safety. 

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Length88,5 cm.
Weight1,05 kg.
MaterialCarbon steel EN45
Blade68 cm.
Blade thickness4 mm.
Balance point12 cm. At guard
Blade width4,7 cm. At guard
Blade hardness48 hrc

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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.