Windlass Steelcrafts Medieval sword battle-ready with leather scabbard, tempered

Windlass Steelcrafts Medieval sword battle-ready with leather scabbard, tempered

Windlass Steelcrafts

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Description

A very strong sword including scabbard, suitable for reenactment battles, sword training and on-stage fighting. This sword is forged from 1065 carbon steel and fully tempered with a hardness of 50 HRC so that it is suitable for intensive use by re-enactors, fighting schools etc. The sword has been developed with a view to durability, intensive fighting and at the same time captivating the spectators with as much sound and visual effects as possible. The sword has a full tang construction. The blade is 3 mm thick, the edges and tip are extra thick and rounded for sword training, reenactment battles, Bohurt, stage fighting etc. The sword comes with a black leather sheath with steel fittings. A beautifully designed sword that will last for years.


Details:
Material: 1065 tempered carbon steel, wood, leather
Pommel: peened
Hardness: 50 HRC
Edge: 3 mm (blunt battle-ready, suitable for sword fighting)
Length: 99.7 cm / 39-1 / 4 "
Blade length: 81.3 cm / 32 ”
Blade width: 5.08 cm / 2 "
Weight: 1.24kg / 2lbs / 12oz
Based on a historical original
Transport weight (gram): 2000 *


This item is not sold to customers under the age of 18. Click here for more information about European gun laws.

This item is made in a limited edition. Each copy is unique. As a result, sizes and finish may differ slightly from each other.

Prevent rust and corrosion by regularly oiling your weapons. Easily remove rust with black sandpaper. Remove blackberries with a whetstone. Please note that you have always removed burrs before using your battle-ready weapon. Blackberries can cause wounds.

Maintenance & care
Just like your weapons, it is best to rub your shoes and leather goods with a layer of ballistol after cleaning. This protects the leather from drying out.

Tip: how to adjust the finish of plate armor and weapons yourself
Luxury (polished) - polish the steel with metal polish or toothpaste. You can even use this to mirror-polish an article. Test on a small area first!
Handmade (mat) - put the sample in cola for 40 minutes to 20 hours. Regularly check the mattness. Level the finish with black sandpaper.
Antique (patinated) - place the sample in a damp environment (preferably outside) for a while and let it rust. Polish away the red layer of rust, the corroded top layer remains.

Pay attention. After finishing the product yourself, the warranty and right of return expire. Celtic WebMerchant is not liable for the elaboration of the above methods.

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