Kris Cutlery VIKING SWORD

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Kris Cutlery VIKING SWORD

397.00

Viking Sword
Early Viking sword styles first appeared around 700-800 A.D. in the Denmark-Norway area called the Gotland style. Kris Cutlery's design was copied from museum specimens mainly in Paris and London. Though not exactly a perfect copy, the essence of the style is very similar.

The blade is 30-1/4” blade with 1” wide fuller that extends near the tip. The sword is light enough for one hand use and only weighs 2.8 lbs. without the scabbard. Flexible and durable, the blade was forged from 5160 carbon steel and then hardened and tempered. 

Blackened iron guard and pommel have a flat finish. The 4" wood grip has an oval cross section and covered with dark brown leather stitched on one side. With the guard and pommel, the handle is 6-1/8” long. The thick black leather scabbard has 4 brass rings for mounting straps or belt.

VIKING SWORD
$355

Blade 30-1/4", width 1-7/8", 5.6-6 mm thick near the guard
RC hardness: 55 HRC
Handle: 6-1/8”, grip is 4”. 
Balance point: 6-3/4” from guard
Total Length: 36-3/8"
Weight: 2.8 lbs w/o scabbard.

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