When you are in need of an onstage sword worthy of any knight, make sure to wield the Tourney Hand and a Half Knightly Sword. Forged from 9260 high-carbon steel, this functional hand-and-a-half sword features a double-edged blade. It has a temper of 50 HRC, providing greater longevity.
A fuller runs down the center of the blade, helping with counter-balance and lightening the blade. The blade ends with a rounded tip and rounded edges for safety. Next, the sword continues with a stainless-steel crossguard. It has a point in the center. Its tips point towards the blade.
The hilt has a wooden grip. Brown leather wraps around the barrel-shaped grip. It has an oval cross-section. The full tang hilt ends with a disk-shaped pommel. The peened pommel is stainless steel. Both the pommel and guard have a matte finish.
A leather-wrapped, wood-core scabbard holds the medieval sword when not in use. It has a stainless-steel chape. The Tourney Hand and a Half Knightly Sword proves to be a powerful sight on the field of battle and is a perfect accompaniment for a 14th to mid-15th century man of war. It is ideal for stage combat.
- Based on Oakeshott Type XVIIIa.4 specifications
- Terrific for 14th and 15th century reenactors
- Fullered blade with rounded edges and blunt tip
- Leather wrapped handle with oval cross section
- Grip sized to accommodate two armoured hands
- Blade tempered to about 50 HRC
- Peened pommel and guard
- Excellent stage combat weapon
- Hand forged 9260 spring steel blade
- Stainless steel hilt
- Wood core grip wrapped in cord and leather
- Wood core scabbard included
- Stitched leather scabbard wrap
- Stainless steel chape
- Overall Length: 41.25 Inches
- Blade Length: 32.75 Inches
- Handle Length: 6 Inches
- Weight: 3 lbs. 7 oz.
- Point of Balance: 4 Inches
- Point of Harmonics: 21.5 Inches
Specs may vary slightly from piece to piece.