The two-handed sword has been used since the fourteenth century in medieval Europe. Between 1350 and 1550 it was a weapon of war for fully armored soldiers. From the sixteenth century onwards the weapon remained in use for sportive fights and chivalrous duels. The two-hander was suitable to fight with two hands for extra strength.
This hand-and-a-half sword is a replica of an Oakeshott type XIIIa. This is one of the earliest types and they were used in the fourteenth century. The grip was suitable for one and a half hands and two hands. They were primarily intended for cutting.
This sword is made of carbon steel and has a grip wrapped in black leather. It has a rounded point and a battle-ready edge (2.5 - 3 mm thickness), making it suitable for training and sword fighting.
Material: carbon steel, leather;
Length: 114 cm;
Blade length: 86 cm;
Width of cross-guard 23 cm;
Weight: 1750 g;
Steel type: carbon steel;
Edge: battle-ready (2.5 - 3 mm);
Tang construction: Full tang;
Grip wrapping: black leather;
Delivered without scabbard;
Transport weight (in grams): 2000 *
We do not sell this product to customers under the age of 18. Click here for more information on the European arms acts.
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