Practical Norman Sword

By: Paul Chen - Hanwei
Practical Norman Sword Practical Norman Sword

Practical Norman Sword


By: Paul Chen - Hanwei
(USD) $201.99

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Product Code: 2720

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The 11th Century Norman

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.


Specifications

Reliks Product ID 2720
Manufacturer SKU SH2326
Blade Length 30"
Blade Material High Carbon Steel
Blade Width at Guard 1 1/2"
Blade Width at Tip 1"
Edge Type Stage (not sharpened)
Full Length 36"
Grip Length 4"
Handle Material Leather Wrapped
Point of Balance 5 3/4"
Pommel Peened
Scabbard Included
Sword Weight 2.2 lbs
Tip Type Rounded


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5/5 average from 9 reviews


Reliks Customer Reviews

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G - Verified Buyer


"Came as expected! It is top heavy, but I was already aware of this as this sword has no edge for practicing, so the added, or rather not removed, metal makes it top heavy. Still a very nice piece for the price!" - 06/06/2021


R - Verified Buyer


"I bought it to learn I.33 sword and buckler with and so far it seems very well suited to the purpose. " - 09/01/2017


S - Verified Buyer


"I love it thoo I would have loved it more if it was a little bit more pointy. " - 03/10/2011

Response: The practical norman has a "stage type" blade. We do have pointier versions available ;)


J - Verified Buyer


"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." - 12/18/2008