Medieval Sword #1 - Two Handed Long Sword with double fuller
Through hardened 1075 spring steel blade with peened tang.
Metal fittings on sword and scabbard
Wood core leather wrapped sheath and belt.
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
The scabbard is extremely loose, if turn 20ish degrees the sword slides right out all the way if allowed. There is also a 1/16" gap between the end of the handle and pommel, though everything is tight so maybe there is a washer or something. I haven't cut with it yet as it needs sharpening. Everything seems tight after some baging aroun and is very pointy.
This sword exceeded every expectation i had. It's sharper and more nimble than I was lead to believe. The fit and finish is far beyond what I paid for, the grinds look nearly perfect, and even the scabbard does everything a scabbard needs to do. Good retention, no rattles, overall great fit! I just did some cut tests and it's a beast! Very comfortable, no shock to the hands, no sharp ledges, and surprisingly good recovery for follow up cuts. Overall; this sword is incredible!
Euro model one
I haven't cut with it yet, but I like the way it handles. It's a good looking sword over all came sharper than other european swords I have purchased. It is heavy but in a good way, like my speed isn't effected much yet I could smash through a tinker's guard, though I love that sword ,own one as well. Would take that one to a duel and the Ronin to a war lol. I only give it 4 stars though because the handle is too bulky, could look past that but the bulky coarse sticking paired with it makes it feel incredibly uncomfortable in the hand, as well as an eyesore.
Very good looking sword
Sword looks great , very minor marks on blade that could be polished out easily. Overall everything is very nice.