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Hero's Warsword

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Hero's WarswordHero's Warsword

Overall Length: 64"

Blade Length: 48"

Blade Width: 2"

Blade Thickness: 3/16"

Weight: 6 lbs / 6 oz

Grip Length: 13"

Point of Balance:

Steel: 1065 High Carbon

Edge: Unsharpened

Sharpening: Available

Engraving: Available

Circa 1200-1300
This massive Lowland Claymore is like one held by the Bruce clan which they assert belonged to Robert the Bruce himself. It is certainly the correct type for that age when knights wore mail, barrel helms and some small pieces of plate, just as the Bruce did. This type of huge sword could wreak havoc on that type of armor. The long blade is fullered and of a flattened cross section and is fully tempered high carbon steel. The parts are steel and the long grip is wood wrapped in cord for a good grasp. Large swords like this were not worn but carried over the shoulder with the flat of the blade down without a scabbard during this period. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts. Can be sharpened for an additional fee. $10 additional shipping / handling.
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    Love this sword. Blade was sharper than expected. The only thing I was disappointed in was the handle wrap is white and not brown as shown in picture and when shipped in protective wrap the top and bottom of white wrap were blackened with grease.
    Reviewed by Brian  G
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    A big sword that is a very accurate replica of the original. Well balanced and has a solid peen construction. Great sword for anyone interested in Scottish history or looking for a quality replica of a Lowland Claymore as opposed to the Highland Claymore or Braveheart movie design.
    Reviewed by david  b