Scratch and Dent Two Handed Medieval Long Sword with Double Fullers - Euro Model #1

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  • Two handed medieval long sword with double fuller
  • Two handed medieval long sword with double fuller
  • Two handed medieval long sword with double fuller
  • Two handed medieval long sword with double fuller
  • Two handed medieval long sword with double fuller
  • Two handed medieval long sword with double fuller
  • Two handed medieval long sword with double fuller
MSRP: $325.00
Now: $150.00
Was: $375.00
— You save $175.00

Description

 

This is the scratch and dent version of the Medieval Sword #1 - Two Handed Medieval Long Sword with Double Fullers - Euro Model #1

 

 

 

Ronin's Scratch and Dent Guide:

 

 

 

This sword has been discounted due to dents, dings, chips, or rust. It is safe and usable for cutting.

 

All Scratch & Dent sword sales are final. We do not provide refunds on S&D items.

 

Through hardened 1075 spring steel blade with peened tang.

Metal fittings on sword and scabbard

Wood core leather wrapped sheath and belt.

Stats

Handle - 8 inches

Handle with pommel - 10.2 inches

Guard width - 9.4 inches

Blade length - 37.2 inches

Total length -  48 inches

Blade width  at guard 2.1 inches

Weight - 3 pounds 9 oz

Length in sheath - 51 inches

 

 

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2 Reviews

  • 5
    Great buy

    Posted by James on Feb 24th 2024

    I bought from the scratch and dent sale because I didn't have the patience to wait for it to be back in stock..5 minutes with sandpaper and oil and it was perfect..Honestly I've bought new swords from other companies and they had the same amount of surface rust "that's how little rust was on it" ..I'm truly happy with this purchase very fast shipping and great customer service... The sword itself is beautiful.

  • 5
    Very impressed

    Posted by Zach on Feb 20th 2024

    This was my first purchase from Ronin Katana, and it's better than expected. I at such a discounted price, I was expecting to have pitted rust or large marks or gouges from a botched grinding or sanding job, but in both swords I purchased they only had roughly 1"×1" slightly dark splotches on either sides of the blade right in front of the guard. I polished them out in five minutes with 1500 grit sandpaper and metal polish, and now they have a perfect finish. I did ask politely for a nicer example of a blemished sword, so if you're planning to order one that can't hurt. As for the swords themselves, I bought two. For one of them the balance is a little farther forward than the other, but they're both fairly nimble for their size. Good geometry overall, but the distal taper could be a little more pronounced. That's just my preference though, and your milage may vary. On one sword, the fullers were ever so slightly uneven on one side of the blade, but that wasn't a big issue for me. If I payed full price I might be a little more bothered, but at $150 I'm not complaining. The sword came sharp, but not paper cutting sharp. It was probably just fine for test cutting, but I decided to refine the edge a little. The point is uniform and even on both sides, and that's true for the blade grind overall. The lines are straight, and symmetrical. The grip is comfortable and a good size for my average sized man-hands, but another thing I could nitpick is the pommel. I didn't find it uncomfortable or digging into my hands like I heard a Youtube reviewer say, but the grind is a little rough. Slightly uneven planes, and some marking where it wasn't perfectly polished. Again, another easy fix, and for the price I'm not too bothered. The leather on the grip and scabbard is ok, but I find myself wanting to redo it with a higher quality leather. The shape is nice, just a little cheap feeling. The belt however, is atrocious. Very flimsy feeling, but it looks cool wrapped around the scabbard, and it was included for free so once again, not a big issue for me. And finally, the most important part. The LOOK of this sword is simply awesome. It makes you feel like the main character in a fantasy epic. The blade is very wide and long, and with the dual fullers it's very distinctive and stylized. It just feels powerful. I absolutely love this sword, and I've ordered two more swords from Ronin Katana and will be reviewing them as well. If you're at all handy and have some basic tools, just get the blemished grade if you have the option and polish out any minor imperfections. That is assuming that the average blemished grade is similar to the two I have.

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