The largest collection of swords, weapons and more from the Bronze Age to World War II
Windlass Steelcrafts Logo

Sticklestad Viking Sword

SKU: KOA_500670 Categories: , , Tag: Brand:
(2 customer reviews)

$324.95

Additional information

Named for the Battle of Sticklestad 1030 AD in which the Viking warrior Olaf Haraldson (destined to be canonized ”Saint Olaf”) fell, this Viking sword features an unsharpened carbon steel blade, steel guard and pommel with copper highlights and a wood grip wrapped in brown suede flanked by copper rings. Includes a brown suede wrapped wood scabbard with steel accents.

Overall Length37''
Blade Length31''
Weight2 lbs 5 oz
EdgeUnsharpened
Width47.9 mm
Thickness3.5 mm
PommelPeened
P.O.B.5 7/8''
Grip Length3 7/8''
Blade [1065 High Carbon Steel]
ClassBattle Ready
CultureViking
ManufacturerWindlass Steelcrafts
Country of OriginIndia

2 reviews for Sticklestad Viking Sword

  1. Terry R.

    Light & lively This Viking-style sword is one of the lightest swords I’ve owned, a fact I appreciate the older I become. It’s a lively-handling sword, well-balanced, and cutting the usual bottles and foam is quite easy. I sharpened it myself with an Accu-sharp tool, and it was not difficult at all to give it a sharp edge. I am very impressed with the quality of steel used. I actually used it to trim a Mulberry tree, and it sliced through rather thick limbs quite handily. There was no damage to the blade even after this admitted abuse. This is also a very attractive weapon, with a subtly elegant design. I especially like the suede handle – although I realize others will not like it – I find it makes for a good, firm grip. The scabbard is much better than the usual Windlass offering; it is a wood core well-wrapped in suede (matching the grip) with steel accents with steel tabs to secure it to a belt or harness. The sword fits somewhat loosely, but not overly so, making it easy to draw quickly. I believe you could dye this suede another color if you wanted. In all, this is one of the better swords I’ve owned, and it is one I doubt I’ll ever part with. I highly recommend the Sticklestad Viking sword.

  2. Stephen P.

    Nice Received today and was pretty much what I was expecting. Its sturdy but still light, simple but nice looking sword. There was some very light rust on the pommel that should come off fine with polishing. Delivered 6 days after ordering and I opted for sharpening so quite happy with shipping time.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published.

0
    0
    Your Cart
    Your cart is emptyReturn to Shop