10th Century Viking Sword, hand forged by Kingdom of Arms - Oakeshott describes the Type X as: "A broad, flat blade of medium length (average 31") with a fuller running the entire length and fading out an inch or so from the point."
The handmade elite Kingdom of Arms 10th Century Viking Sword features a hand hammered 5160 carbon steel blade as the originals were made, full tang, heat treated and tempered as the originals, for a strong yet flexible blade that will hold a very sharp edge, with a leather wrapped handle with an embossed design and "blackened guard and 3 lobe pommel. Which is one of the 4 styles of pommels typical of the 10th Century. Fully Functional (Battle Ready)! The sword comes with a wooden scabbard with leather accents and with steel loop bracket at the back of the scabbard with a burnt copper finish attached.
How to Use
Fully functional sword designed for frequent test cutting practice
Blade Length: 27.5”
Overall Length: 34.25”
Grip Length: 4.25”
Weight: 2.5 lbs
P.O.B.: '' Below Hilt
Materials and Construction
5160 Spring Steel Sharpened Blade. Blackened Steel fittings with leather wrapped handle. Leather covered, wood core scabbard with belt mounting steel loop bracket with burnt coppered finish..
Premium Quality Construction.
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10th Century Viking Sword
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