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34 5/8" stainless steel bladeLeather wrapped hiltSolid stainless steel guard42 5/8" overall length(Half-tang blade)Includes leather scabbard
This Tewkesbury Medieval Sword is designed after a sword which was prominent in medieval England and featured in many battles both there and on the European mainland. The sword was long, but light enough to permit quick, shearing strikes with the blade. This sword is intended for display use.
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I have bought many items from BUDK and most were well worth it but some were not the same story. This sword is cheaply made, it looks really cool. This sword should only be used as a display and nothing else.
I received this sword less than an hour ago and I'm already preparing to return it. The blade is poorly formed and paper thin. It seems sturdy enough in the picture, but I think the metal ruler I bought at Home Depot is thicker than the sword's blade. The hilt also seems slightly off-center. It feels more like a cheap prop sword for stage fighting than a "historical reproduction."
I knew the sword was big, but dang! It doesn't come sharp but sharpens easily. The sheath is kinda cheap though. I love the engravings on the hilt and pommel. Those Pakistans really know how to make weapons! Really nice blade.