Late medieval two-handed sword SK-C - battleready!
This specimen is a very nice reconstruction of a late medieval two-handed sword. This type of swords became popular in the 14th century, also bore the designations bastard sword or simply long Sword.
This reconstruction was specially handcrafted. Steel is used for both the forward-curved guard and the twisted guard ring. The handle, made of wood, has been artfully carved. The torsion pattern is on both the handle and the iron pommel.
The hardened spring steel blade (48-50 HRC) extends continuously to the pommel and is hand riveted to it. The blade has a diamond-shaped cross-section.
Details late medieval two-handed Sword for show combat:
- Show fighting quality class: SK-C
- Blade material: spring steel EN45, oil-hardened
- Rockwell hardness of the blade: 48 - 50 HRC
- Total length: about 122 cm
- Blade length: about 93.5 cm
- Blade width at the guard: about 50 mm
- Center of gravity: about 9 cm in front of the guard
- Weight without sheath: about 2400 g
Scope of supply: 1 x sword incl. Scabbard