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Windlass Battlecry! - Bosworth Longsword - 501505

Windlass Battlecry! - Bosworth Longsword

Please note: Demonstrations in these videos may represent torture tests under ideal conditions and do not imply a sword will handle this type of activity consistently. Swords should only be used to cut approved materials, and proper training should be sought before partaking in this dangerous activity.
Overall Length: 47'' Blade: 35 5/8''
Retail Price:$350.00
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Blade:1065 High Carbon Steel
Weight:3 lb 0.6 oz
Edge: Sharp
P.O.B.:4 1/2''
Thickness:5.5 mm - 4.1 mm
Width:43.3 mm
Grip Length:8 1/2''

The Battlecry! Bosworth Sword is fitted with a 1065 high carbon steel blade; the blade is imbued with a 50-52 HRC hardness after tempering. The crossguard and pommel are crafted from mild steel and the grip is overlaid with black leather with a spiralled riser beneath the leather. The thick blade tang was solidly peened to the pommel.

The blade and hilt are finished with an antiqued, battle-worn blued finish which resists rusting. The sword is paired with a leather scabbard with a steel chape and locket. The integrated belt loops are swivel-riveted to allow the scabbard to hang at a comfortable angle from the sword belt. The steel components of the scabbard are treated with the same blued finish as the sword. A Certificate of Authenticity is included.

The Bosworth is based on the longswords of the late Medieval period; the tapered blade profile is ideally suited for thrusting and for half-swording the blade into weaker points of the opponents defense. Though the blade is optimized for thrusting, it can still cut and slash with purpose. A diamond cross-section of the blade imparts a degree of stiffness to the blade which optimizes its thrusting ability.

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