The hand-forged spring-steel blade is oilhardened and well tempered to a Rockwell hardness of approx. 48-50 HRC. It´s forged up to the tang and peened with the pommel. The wooden grip is wrapped with leather-lace. The guard 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. Each of our Norman one-handed swords is intricately crafted by hand.
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|Material||Carbon steel EN45|
|Blade thickness||4 mm.|
|Balance point||14,5 cm. At guard|
|Blade width||4,1 mm. At guard|
|Blade hardness||48 hrc|
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.