Claymore Swords 

Ref. 50589

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Claymore functional sword with an excellent balance. SHARP BLADE. Made of springsteel 60CrMnA with a hardness of 48-52 HRC. Blade width at tip 3,25 cm, blade thickness at tip 0,40 cm

Ref. 51635

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Replica of the sword held by the Bruce clan. The long blade is fullered with a flattened cross section and is fully tempered high carbon steel. The long grip is wood wrapped in cord for a good grasp.

Ref. 51626

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Two-handed sword with high carbon steel blade. The grip and top of the blade are covered in leather. Total length 155 cm.

Ref. 51733

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Claymore is a double edged sword which required both hands to be wielded. Its long hilt (at least one-quarter of the weapon´s total length) allowed the user to handle it without having to force the maneuvers or grab it by the base of the blade. It was used in combat on foot, designed to effectively attack plate armour and chainmail. They were used and...

Ref. 52439

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Claymore Scottish sword with stainless steel blade. Handle in wood, brass knob and guard.

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Claymore sword is designed to be used with both hands, such as the sword or broadsword. It has a double edge, an oversized handle and a hawk that allowed to defend itself in the absence of a shield. Its greatest virtue was precisely this, block the opponent's blows, the grip being its main feature

It is thought that the name Claymore comes from the Gaelic, means big sword, although it could also mean sword of two hands. It was used constantly in the wars between English and Scottish between the year 1330 and 1700. It was somewhat smaller than other swords of the time, which made it lighter and more manageable

It also had advantages when it came to disarming the adversaries due to its cross-guard design. It used to measure a meter and a half, with a handle of about 30 centimeters and 2.5 kilos of weight. It had the handle in redone form and a guard with straight arms inclined forwards that ended in crosses