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Firestorm – Damascus Kindjal

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$99.95

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The vibrantly patterned blade of this sharpened short sword is forged from damascus steel; the twisted, swirling patterns come from forging the blade from a billet which melded different steel types together. For much of history blades in many cultures were produced by mixing together different steels in order to get a compromise between a hard, edge-retaining steel and a softer, flexing steel.

The blade is mounted and dual-pinned into a hilt of carved and varnished wood which was embellished with brass sunburst medallions on both sides. The sword comes with a sturdily stitched sheath of thick leather. It is finished with a brass-buttoned retaining strap and an integrated belt hanging loop.

Overall Length24 3/4''
Blade Length17 7/8''
Weight1 lb 4.2 oz
EdgeSharp
Width45.5 mm
Thickness4.5 mm - 2.6 mm
PommelIntegrated
P.O.B.3 5/8''
Grip Length3 1/2''
Blade [Damascus Steel]
TypeKindjal
ClassBattle Ready
CultureRussian
Country of OriginPakistan

1 review for Firestorm – Damascus Kindjal

  1. Ian Hall (verified owner)

    I bought this sword as a decorative piece, and am not disappointed. Blade is beautiful and reasonably sharp and the tang seems to go down below the two rivets in the handle but not to the second decorative star on the hilt. The blade seems a bit too thin for this to be a battle ready piece but it would deal with light branch cutting well if you were dumb enough to use it for that. 4/5 Just due to it not really being suitable for any re-enactment or sparring, 5/5 as a decorative piece.

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