Stiklestad Viking Sword

By: Windlass Steelcrafts

(USD) $324.95

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St. Olaf's Sword from Stiklestad

The Battle of Stiklestad was the final battle of Saint Olaf. This was traditional warfare, with two hosts meeting face to face. It was a brutal, bloody and deadly fight, and in the end, the mighty Olaf fell. Gaining a lot of fame for his exploits, he was eventually canonized as St. Olaf. This attractive hand forged viking sword is copied from a specimen that was quite involved in that kind of viscious encounter. The Stiklestad Viking is made traditionally from high carbon steel by Windlass Steelcrafts®. This battle ready sword is a beautifully balanced and highly effective viking sword. Capable of both cutting and thrusting, this battle ready sword is also a delight to the eye. The pommel and sword guard are tastefully decorated with copper. The Stiklestad Viking Sword is a great choice for collectors or practitioners of the viking sword.


Reliks Product ID 1442
Manufacturer SKU 500670
Available Options Sharpening Service (add to cart to select)
Blade Length 31"
Blade Material 1080 High Carbon Steel
Blade Width at Guard 1 3/4"
Blade Width at Tip 1 1/8"
Edge Type Edge Ready / Sharpening Optional
Full Length 37"
Grip Length 3 7/8"
Handle Material Brown Suede Leather with Wood Core
Point of Balance 6 1/2"
Pommel Peened
Scabbard Brown Suede Leather with Wood Core
Sword Weight 2 lbs 12 oz

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I - Verified Buyer

"really good sword"

R - Verified Buyer

"looks fantastic very light easy to swing great craftmanship"

D - Verified Buyer

"Great for training"

B - Verified Buyer

"Great looking sword, looks very nice"

H - Verified Buyer

"Beautiful sword. my only gripe with it was that the copper was covered with a dark black oil or grease and it took quite a while to clean that off. Beautiful sword though and very sturdy."

Response: The swords metal parts have an oil coating to protect the high carbon steel during storage and transit. A soft cloth will remove it quite easily.

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