Practical Hand-and-a-Half Sword
Nr katalogowy 420041
Hand-and-a-Half Sword, practical blunt, SK-B
The Practical Hand and Half Sword is based on the Albrecht sword a classic design from the early 15th century and is designed by well-know blacksmith Paul Chen.
This very affordable piece features authentic hilt styling, with a fully tempered un-edged and un-pointed blade, and is made to withstand rugged use while providing the level of safety required by many of today's re-enactment societies.
The grip is permanently mounted and the tang is riveted for safety. The blade is fullered for balance and features 1/16' edges and a rounded tip.
The scabbard is fabricated in a glass-filled resin, to provide great impact resistance, to eliminate swelling and to minimize blade corrosion problems. The wood grain finish is attractive, but is left unfinished for owner customization.
Total length: approx. 112 cm
Blade length: approx. 87 cm
Max. blade width: approx. 4.8 cm
Cutting edge: 2.5 - 3 mm
Weight: approx. 1500 gr
Blade material: AISI 1090
Rockwell hardness of blade: 50 HRC
Our swords referred to as battle-ready or practical are designed to suit the needs of historical re-enactment / stage fighting and to practice swordplay. The extremely brutal impact of cutting edge against cutting edge (or any other hard object) cannot be considered an appropriate use of these swords and may eventually lead to the breaking of the blade. The warranty we offer in such a case only covers material defects (e.g. hairline cracks in the blade or processing faults). It does not apply to damages resulting from a destructive or inappropriate handling of these swords. Please also bear in mind that a practical sword is basically and essentially an item subject to wear and tear.
10% discount on all Swords!
This campaign is valid in August and September 2016!
The retail price stated at our website are already reduced.
Hand-and-a-Half Sword, practical blunt, SK-BThe Practical Hand and Half Sword is based on the Albrecht sword a classic design from the early 15th century and is