Information for Practical Single-Hand Sword:
he Practical Single-Hand Sword is based on the Marshall sword, so named for one of England’s finest knights of the latter half of the 12th century. The sword is classically styled, with a cruciform hilt, wheel pommel and a ridged-and-fullered blade that is both stiff and surprisingly light. With a weight of less than 2 ½ lbs., the sword can be wielded forcefully without undue wear and tear on the arm.
With Leather-bound Grip and Scabbard. Tempered Blade
Materials used: 1065 high-carbon steel, hardened to 50HRC
Overall length: 36 12“cm
Blade length: 30“cm
Weight: 2lb 7oz