By: Paul Chen - Hanwei
An important addition to our European practical line is the Practical Norman sword, based on a classic 11th century pattern popular during the Norman Invasion of Britain. The high-carbon deeply-fullered blade is light and well-balanced, with the wide edges required by the re-enactment community. The guard is wider than that of the earlier Viking designs that preceded this pattern and the pommel is of the “tea-cosy” type The grip is grooved and leather-wrapped and the scabbard is left plain for owner decoration.
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5/5 average from 8 reviews
Reviewed by owners of this product
"Very good practice sword for the price. Beware though that the straight blade shifts the balance point away from the handle and makes this model tip-heavier." - Julien (4/5)
"I love it thoo I would have loved it more if it was a little bit more pointy. " - Marieve (4/5)
Reliks Response - The practical norman has a "stage type" blade. We do have pointier versions available ;)
"I bought it to learn I.33 sword and buckler with and so far it seems very well suited to the purpose. " - Richard (5/5)
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