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Viking Sword Escramasajón

Viking sword Escramasajón also called to fight sax manufactured in carbon steel CSN 14260 (DIN 54 SiCr 6) with a hardness of 44-48 HRC. It looks like a dagger or a knife but is considered a small sword with a single edge and sharp point.

Weapon widely used by the Vikings and Saxons between the fourth and tenth centuries. The sax sword was used as a tool and as a weapon to make cuts, but could also be used to stab due to its sharp point.

Reference:
015780002
£128.84
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Manufacturer
Jiri Krondak

Data sheet

Long
62 cms.
Width
5.6 cms.
Material
Blade: carbon steel CSN 14260 (DIN 54 SiCr 6)
Weight
1 Kg
Blade long
48 cms.
Made in
Czech Republic
Steel Hardness (Rockwell scale)
44-48º HRC
015780002
Reference Attributes Quantity Price
015780001 Handle: Brown Leather; ?
£128.84
015780002 Handle: Natural leather (undyed); ?
£128.84
015780003 Handle: Black Leather; ?
£128.84
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