The Falchion was a popular weapon amongst the warriors of Medieval Europe. Though the double edged swords are more famous, the prevalence of the Falchion in Medieval art is a testament to it’s popularity. The design of this weapon makes it excellent at cleaving through the mail armor of the time, while still providing a point for a penetrating thrust. Features an unsharpened, tempered, high carbon steel blade. The guard and pommel are both solid steel, and the grip is wood, covered with leather. Includes a matching leather scabbard.
A good, cheap blade This is a decent blade for the price. The blade doesn’t wobble in the cross guard at all, which is something I was worried about when I noticed the rather large gap between the base of the blade and the cross guard. The blade is very solid and the extra money for the sharpening service was definitely worth it, as the blade is very sharp. This is the first sword I’ve bought, and I’m very glad it was. My only complaint is that when it shipped it had quite a large amount of dirt on it, however it was very easy to clean.