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Historic Falcata Sword - SBK014
Historic Falcata Sword
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A second Greek innovation was more than just a simple cut-and-thrust sword. Besides well balanced, the Falcata could split an enemy’s shield and helmet with one tremendous blow making it a devastating effective chopping weapon. The single edge forward-curving blade of the falcata has a hook-shaped handle (resembling a horse head). This handle design wrapped around the hand which allowed the Roman infantrymen to quickly swing in multiple directions with less likelihood of the sword being knocked out of their grip.

The Historic Falcata Sword is 26 5/8'' in overall length and has a 20 1/8'' blade made from high quality 1095 spring steel. It is heat hardened and heat treated to a rockwell hardness of approximately 59. The grip is made from white oak. A scabbard is available for this sword on our site.

Overall Length: 26 5/8'' Blade: 20 1/8''
$249.00


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Weight: 2 lb 5.5 oz
Edge: 
P.O.B.: 6 1/2''
Thickness: 5 mm - 4.7 mm
Width: 51.6 mm - 64.8 mm
Grip Length: 4 5/8''
Pommel: Integrated
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