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What a beautiful sword! It's very large, and it's a heavy thing, quite faithful to the original Highlander in its design. The detail in the crossguard is just incredible, as is the feel of the grip.I'm not sure about the tang of this product, but I'm betting it's half tang. The blade seems loosely shoved into the hilt, and the grip wiggles a bit. It doesn't fall apart, though, and it would probably take a few good hard hits to a block of wood for it to do so.The blade doesn't appear to be truly forged, in my opinion. It kinda looks like they took a sheet of steel, stamped it, and then beveled down the edge until it looked like a sword. Oh, yeah, and emblazoned PAKISTAN onto the back of the blade. That really kills the Highlander mood.All in all, the sword is good for what it is: a forty-dollar sword, that on a stand, or on a wall, would look marvelous. You could also take it to the local ren-fest if you found a scabbard for it. However, it's not good for swinging around. Which isn't necessarily a bad thing, considering this blade is four feet long and roughly eight lbs. You have to be strong to wield this puppy.
this sword is amazing. right when i got it i was amazed at the quality of the metal. it doesnt come sharp but the sword overall is awsome.
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