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Sword Philippine Bolo with sheath

Sword Filipino Bolo, with sheath of leather. The knife Bolo comes from the Philippines where the natives used it as makeshift weapons in the guerrillas of the philippine Revolution, the Spanish-american War and the filipino - american War. The sword measures 69 cm with a blade of 53 cm made in carbon steel 1055.

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Blade edge

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From the colonial occupation of Spanish Philippines until the Mexican Revolution, not to mention the battle fields of the First and Second World War, the knife bolo became a weapon legendary for its usefulness and lethality.

For a long time has been, and remains, a tool used to clean up the weeds, and for various agricultural purposes. Today it is a symbol of the filipino culture and a key element of the filipino martial arts (FMA).

The knife bolo became popular throughout the world and influenced modern war, particularly in the army of the EE. UU. that was found for the first time with the knife bolo during the Spanish-American War, struggling to take control of the Philippines. During the First World War, the knife bolo became infamous to the germans that faced the american troops that would have these sheets. The fearsome swords came into action during the Second World War.

The spaniards had introduced the knife bolo in Mexico and after the mexican Revolution began in 1910, many fighters took them. The most famous of them was the rebel leader Pancho Villa.

Windlass Steel Crafts

Data sheet

69 cm.
788 gr.
Material hoja
Acero al carbono 1055
Blade long
53 cm.
Grosor hoja
5 mm.
Reference Attributes Quantity Price
144840002 Blade edge: SI; 0
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