Good quality carbon steel blades, perfectly balanced well as being tempered to support fighting but with slightly less hardness. These models are usually more flexible and light.
They can only be used against swords in this category and if possible the same manufacturer. Never use these swords against Category A as they are susceptible to irreversible damage.
Recommended for ambitious beginners and professionals.
Tempered carbon steel blades, good quality but may not be well balanced, in addition with generally less hardness. Due to the quality of manufacture and test, these swords are considered functional weapons but not with the guarantees to be used in combat.
Never use these swords in contact with other swords or objects. They can be used exclusively for training and can perform basic movements. They are also ideal for wearing as a complement or to expose them.
Recommended for recreationists or collectors who wish to have a real gun.
Medieval sword with a hand drive knob. Hand-forged steel EN-45 with heat treatment. The blade is screwed to the knob. It has a hardness of 48-50 HRC. Wood grip covered in leather. The blade tip is rounded and the edges are blunt. It includes wooden sheath covered in leather.
Viking Sword Torshov of XIV-XX centuries from southern Norway. EN45 hand-forged hardened steel with a Rockwell hardness of HRC 48-50º. It includes custom leather case.
Functional Knight Templar sword with hand forged carbon steel blade 1065 seeking the optimal balance, speed and durability. It includes a wooden sheath sturdy leather cover and a ribbon period with solid metal fittings. The knob carries a very detailed Templaria coin on each side with Latin inscription and symbols representing the Order of the Temple. The...
Sword training of a hand with blade made of carbon steel high-quality, hand-forged and riveted on the knob.The pommel and guard are steel.
Sword XII century English gentleman Sir William Marshal copied from the original preserved in a British museum. It is not advisable to practice by having the pointed blade . Made of steel sheet carbon tempered EN45. Leather coated handle. It includes leather sheath.
Templar sword in one hand long straight blade, double-edged and riveted handle. The blade is forged carbon steel CSN 14260 (DIN 54 SiCr 6) with a hardness of 44-48 HRC. It is a weapon with excellent quality for training and medieval recreations. This type of sword was used by medieval knights or soldiers from the tenth to the sixteenth century.
Training medieval sword One and a half Albrecht fifteenth century. Provided with a sheet AISI 1090 hardened steel with a hardness of 50 HRC. It includes wooden sheath.
Functional long sword Viking Century X. grooved blade hand-forged steel heat treated spring EN45. Sheet riveted to the pommel. It includes wooden sheath covered in leather with brass-plated finish. The original sword was found in England.
Sword of the Musketeers functional designed with the style of 1590. Blade with high carbon steel Handle 1065. wrapped in braided wire. It includes wooden sheath.
Sword Breaker for training fabricadoa rigid, durable and lightweight polypropylene house Cold Steel.
Espada functional medieval English knight Sir William Marshall with disc-shaped knob. Hand-forged steel EN-45 with heat treatment. It has a hardness of 48-50 HRC. Grip covered in leather. The blade tip is rounded and the edges are blunt. It includes wooden sheath covered in leather.
Functional medieval sword hand. Handmade EN45 steel with a hardness of HRC 48-50º. Corrugated sheet with rounded edges and blunt. With handle disk and manufactured in Germany by Ulfberth®. Wood grip covered in leather and reinforced at its ends by two steel rings. It includes matching leather sheath.
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