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Cold Steel - WWII Filipino Memorial Bolo Sword - CS88CT

Cold Steel - WWII Filipino Memorial Bolo Sword

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Overall Length: 27'' Blade: 21 1/16''
Retail Price:$299.99

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Blade: 1055 High Carbon Steel
Weight: 1 lb 10.9 oz
Edge:  Sharp
P.O.B.: 6''
Thickness: 5.5 mm - 2.9 mm
Width: 43 mm - 31 mm - 65 mm
Grip Length: 4''
Pommel: Integrated

This Filipino Bolo Sword was made by Cold Steel in commemoration to the Filipino soldiers who fought for the United States of America in WWII and the Korean War. For every purchase of this sword Cold Steel will be donating 10% of the profit to the Filipino Veterans Recognition and Education Project for the express purpose of purchasing replica Congressional Gold Medals to award to the 17,000 surviving Filipino Veterans of these wars.

This Filipino Talibong sword for this memorial project was inspired by one in the private collection of Guru Dan Inosanto. It is a tried and true design that has crossed blades with the likes the Kris, Kampilan and even the Katana. Swords such as this were often bore into war by the Filipono servicemen who tenaciously fought alongside United States forces. The blade with its elongated tip is a vicious cutting and slicing weapon and notable distal taper ensures that it remains swift striking and quick in the hand.

The sharpened blade is 1055 high carbon steel and the guard disc and bolster are crafted from brass. The finely detailed hilt is skillfully crafted from Rosewood and is embellished with brass studding and accents.

Included with the sword is a sturdy leather scabbard with nickel fittings; embossed on one side it bears a seal with the crossed flags of the Philippines and the United States along with this inscription: ‘’In Honor of Filipino Veterans’’.

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