XI century medieval sword corrugated sheet, forged in high carbon steel shank screwed to the knob. Guard and pommel are steel. Ideal for beginners who want to practice without hitting the blade.
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.
Shrewsbury model medieval sword with leather scabbard and metal. The guard of the sword is decorated with two crosses. Total 111 cms.
Frankish medieval long sword. With corrugated sheet, forged in high carbon steel shank screwed to the knob. Guard and pommel are steel. Ideal for beginners who want to practice without hitting the blade.
Training medieval sword with scabbard. It is a sword that is made entirely by hand. The guard and pommel are malleable function and heat-treated. The handle is wrapped in a leather strap offering better grip. It is a sword that is not sharp and the blunt tip, ideal for practices. Includes wooden sheath covered with leather and ready to hang the belt...
Viking sword with scabbard Carolingian functional. It is not suitable for combat or training and is intended for collectors. Handmade. Tempered steel blade with a hardness of 48 ° HRC. Developed from the Roman Spatha was used in Europe in the years 751-911. Leather coated handle. It includes wooden sheath covered in leather.
A functional medieval sword hand with octagonal 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.
Dybeck Viking sword with steel blade forged one-piece carbon riveted to the pommel. The guard and pommel are decorated and finished with brass. Based on the original that was found in southern Sweden and can be seen in the State Museum of Stockholm.
Katzbalger typical Renaissance sword forged in steel EN45. It has wooden handle. It is a short sword, a hand with hand guard and preferred by mercenaries of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries
Viking sword with corrugated sheet, forged in high carbon steel shank riveted to the pommel. Guard and pommel are steel. Ideal for beginners who want to practice without hitting the blade.
Ideal for medieval sword training (no contact). Made with carbon steel blade and full tang and blunt. The knob is double bolted. Grip covered in leather.