Viking Hedmark Sword, practical blunt SK-B


This sword is a replica of the Norwegian sword of Hedmark which is dated to the late 9th Century.

The original sword is kept at the Museum of Cultural History in Oslo.  The swords blade is double

edged, non-sharpened and features a wide fuller. The guard and the wide, for this type of sword usual

pommel are made of steel. The pommel is riveted. The grip is wrapped with a strip of leather.

The scabbard is made of leather-wrapped wood and featured a steel chape and a wooden belt loop

(max. belt width 5 cm).


Details:

- Blade material: high carbon steel

- Overall length: approx. 97 cm

- Blade length: approx. 79 cm

Handle length: approx. 16 cm

- Weight: approx. 1651 g


-Battle-ready Sword Category : SK-B Swords belonging to the second category SK-B are also made from

high-quality steels, however they are not as hard as category A swords and during a fight with a harder

blade notches can occur a lot easier. They are fairly well balanced but might weigh a few grams more.

They are the ideal blades for the ambitious beginner as well as for the advanced swordsman.

-    Hardness of the blade: min. 48 HRC
-    The material of the blade reaches up through the grip and is either riveted or screw fastened at the pommel
-    Blunt, also mostly rounded edge and rounded tip
-    Easy to handle with a well balanced centre of gravity



Hedmark sword , scabbard , practical blunt B

  • Product Code: 0180002521
  • Availability: In Stock
  • 216.99€

  • Ex Tax: 182.34€

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