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Fabri Armorum Flexible Gothic Single-Handed Sword - FA37

Fabri Armorum Flexible Gothic Single-Handed Sword

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Overall Length: 35 1/8'' Blade: 28''

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Blade: CSN14260.7 High Carbon Steel
Weight: 2 lb 3.6 oz
Edge:  Blunt
P.O.B.: 1''
Thickness: 3.1 mm - 1.9 mm
Width: 40 mm
Grip Length: 4 5/8 mm
Pommel: Welded

This sword is a good representative of the high and late medieval ‘’arming swords’’ commonly carried by light infantry, archers and crossbowmen as a sidearm. Light and made to cut and thrust, it is of a length good enough for single combat, but not so long as to be unwieldy in a crowded melee.

This sword, made by Fabri Armorum, is hand-made in the Czech Republic. The flexible blade with its thickened, blunted tip is made especially for sport-fencing. The blade is made from carbon spring steel (type 14260.7). The blade is welded to the pommel for strength with a decorative rivet on top. The guard and pommel are of steel and the grip is wood with leather glued over top. Twisted wire is inlaid into the grip. The sword is guaranteed for two years by the manufacturer under normal stage/sport combat conditions.

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