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Del Tin 13th Century Falchion – Black Grip

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The Del Tin 13th Century Falchion features an unsharpened, single edge, cleaver type blade, made of well tempered Chrome-Vanadium steel with a hardness of 50HRC. The blade tang is peened to the pommel for security. The guard and pommel are sold steel, while the grip is wood with a black leather wrap.

Overall Length29 5/8"'
Blade Length23 3/8''
Weight3 lbs 3.5 oz
Width41.3 mm - 94 mm
Thickness4.7 mm - 2.3 mm
P.O.B.5 3/8"
Grip Length3 7/8"
Blade [Chrome-Vanadium Steel]
ClassBattle Ready
ManufacturerDel Tin
Country of OriginItaly

1 review for Del Tin 13th Century Falchion – Black Grip

  1. Brian

    I actually bought this falchion years ago and forgot to leave a review. It has been hanging on my wall in a custom-made scabbard as decoration, despite being sharpened. I’m embarrassed to say that I have not cut anything with it yet, so I can’t comment on it’s usefulness. It seems sharp though. The sword itself is extremely sturdy and well-made. However, it is very heavy compared to other falchions, almost double in weight. Part of that is the Conyers style, but it’s mostly the blade being much wider than necessary. Despite appearance, the falchion is meant for slashing. With the weight and heft of the blade, this one seems to fall within chopping territory. Not sure if that’s intentional by Del Tin or not. Regardless, the sword is still a solid replica and the custom scabbard I requested KOA make came out great. After several years, the blade has not rusted any, and the pommel/guard only slightly.

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