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21" Damascus steel bladeDeep blood grooveWire-wrapped handleOversized guard & pommelIncludes leather scabbard26-5/8" overall length
This Medieval Fortress sword from Timber Wolf features a hefty Damascus steel blade with a sharp edge and piercing point. Authentic details like an oversized guard, deep blood groove and wire-wrapped handle make this sword a must-have for collectors and historical enthusiasts. Includes a leather sheath.
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As a knife maker I was very impressed with this sword, well worth the money. The Damascus work was beautiful and the handle was well wrapped and tight. My only complaint was some small scratches on the pommel and guard that are not visible unless you are really looking for them. I was also impressed with how sharp the dang blade is for a sword right out of the box and a point that is nasty to match. Well done Timber Wolf. Thanks Budk
love this blade. i received it a few months ago and was pleasantly surprised to find it razor sharp throughout and well oiled. it is very easy to wield and has a decent balance. thrusting, cutting, slashing - this is a handy companion.
pleasantly pleased with this purchase. it makes for a handy side arm sword. easy to weild. it came out of the box well oiled with no curves and sufficiently sharp. i will sharpen this further with my wet stone.
Arrived early, swords are well oiled and sharp. I'm very happy with my purchase.
I very much like the contrasting light and dark layers in this 64-layer Damascus, which, I believe, is made by using two kinds of steel, one more stain resistant than the other, and forging them together, folding 5 times, (which makes 64 layers, which is more beautiful than 128 or 258 layers, when you lose resolution ) then treating the finished blade with caustic solution to stain only one type of steel, for a high contrast Damascus, much like the Indonesian Kris knives have been made for centuries, called "watered blades". I would call this blade "Excellent", except for one lamination flaw which leaves a little indented canyon in the blade, an inch from the guard, about 8mm long. In a 17th century Katana , this would be a deal breaker, but for Timber Wolf, it is perfectly acceptable. It is still very beautiful, but displays a little better on one side. I really like the tight wire wrapping. The pommel and guard look very nice, just like steel, but are made of some unknown soft metal that scratches fairly easily (I tested it with a pin), and I would expect it to dent or bend if dropped, so try to make sure you don't do that. The metal spacers that fold petal-like over the wire wrapping, look nice, but are a little rough with sharp edges sticking slightly up, instead of flat against the handle as they should, and, though it is not really necessary, as they look fine, feel nicer with a little file work and then tapping them down flat against the wire with a little hammer (be very careful to not damage the guard and pommel if you do this). My other Timber Wolf swords with the same exact wire-wrapped handle and same petal spacers do NOT have this problem, so it may just be one lazy person in the factory. All my finger pointing makes the sword sound bad, which it is NOT. I have many Bud K swords, and this is one of my favorites. It is beautiful, real Damascus, with Nice edge and point, and feels really good in the hand (especially after a little work, as mentioned above) For the price it is fantastic!
I received this sword a few days ago and its definitely very nice looking, unfortunately it came with a noticeably warped blade witch ruins it for me.