Classic Medieval Sword

By: Windlass Steelcrafts

(USD) $274.95

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Oakshott Type X

The Classic Medieval Sword is an Oakeshott Type X with a Type I pommel and a Type VII crossguard. The long and wide #fuller on this blade lightens the overall sword and makes it possible to deliver fast and shearing cuts capable of cutting through the mail and padding that were worn during the period. The long guard offers good protection from an opponent's shield or blade while the classic wheel pommel brings the sword very nicely into balance. This type of medieval sword was in service for a long period of time throughout all of Europe. The Classic Medieval Sword is made by Windlass Steelcrafts and comes factory sharp. Circa 1300


Reliks Product ID 1559
Manufacturer SKU 500020
Blade Length 33"
Blade Material 1075 High Carbon Steel
Blade Width at Guard 2"
Blade Width at Tip 1 1/2"
Edge Type Factory Sharpened
Full Length 39 1/2"
Grip Length 3 7/8"
Handle Material Leather Wrapped / Wood Core
Point of Balance 5 1/4"
Pommel Peened
Scabbard Leather
Sword Weight 3 lb

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J - Verified Buyer

"It is a fantastic sword. I like the shape and quality of the materials but, It is too heavy for being a one-hand-sword. "

D - Verified Buyer

"It isn't perfect in any way but it is worth the decent price. It handles well and has an elegance in its simplicity. "

A - Verified Buyer

"Oakeshott type X, a classic knights' sword! It's certainly the heaviest sword I own, it feels unstoppable. A suburito (heavy training bokken) is not even this heavy. Using this is a good way to get a bit of control and grip exercise out of your drills. I wish the scabbard was wood wrapped in leather, but the one it came with is just a floppy leather thing with some steel fittings. It only has a peg on it for wearing it on your belt, doesn't exactly feel secure so you're probably better off getting a sword frog for that. You can see the handmade hammering on the blade and it has a nice mirror finish. I love this sword!"

C - Verified Buyer

"Good value is to be found here; the construction is sturdy (no rattle) and the sword is quite hefty. The finish leaves a bit to be desired, and the sword is indeed quite plain, but that need not necessarily be a bad thing. Definitely requires a strong arm to wield with speed and accuracy."

J - Verified Buyer

"Couldn’t be happier and will be back for more"

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