The shamshir is originally a weapon from Persia from the 9th century and spread from there all over the Ottoman Empire and India during the 16th century. They have a strongly curved blade and can be used for slashing in short and long distances. Weapons like this were used by both infantry and cavalry and were mainly popular as a primary weapon.
Shamshir, meaning sword, is a collective name for the shamshir, scimitar, Talwar, kilij and the Turko-Mongolian sabre. The shamshir was originally a hunting sword and many of these sword have a blade engraved with hunting scenes. It is a sinngle-handed weapon that has the same thickness over the whole length. Just as is the case for Japanese swords, they have no pommel and the contra-weight is made by the grip.
This sword is very sharp and weighs approx. 842 g. It has a brass cross-guard and a horn grip. The blade is made of high quality carbon steel with a hardness of 52 HRC. The scabbard is made of thick black leather, strengthened by brass decoration. It measures 92 cm, has a grip of 14,5 cm and a blade of 77,5 cm.
This item is produced in limited quantities only. This means that every piece is unique. Sizes & finish may vary lightly from piece to piece.
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