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Classic Hoplite Sword


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Classic Hoplite SwordClassic Hoplite Sword

Overall Length: 28-1/2"

Blade Length: 22"

Blade Width: 2-1/8"

Blade Thickness: 3/16"

Weight: 2 lbs / 4 oz

Grip Length: 4-1/8"

Point of Balance:

Steel: 1065 High Carbon

Edge: Unsharpened

Sharpening: Available

Engraving: Available

Circa 5th Century BC
The Greek Hoplite was a tough, effective citizen-soldier and was ferocious in defense of his home city. A leaf shaped blade such as the one on this sword, circa the 5th century BC, was quite popular throughout the ancient world. and is based on many illustrations and excavated examples. Features include steel guard and pommel with leather covered wood grip and high carbon steel blade. Includes leather covered wood scabbard; this is one of the finest of the ancient world's weapons. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts, it can be sharpened for additional charge.

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I just got My New Hoplite Sword Yesterday and it was perfect in EVERY detail, and Razor Sharp. Fantastic Sword! Great Value!
Reviewed by Paul  W
2/18/2017 1:34:46 PM
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I love this sword! Like the Roman gladius, this one is a jack-of-all-trades weapon. Strong enough to withstand some really heavy blows, and reasonably light to deliver consecutive strikes and thrusts. The only downside I can say is that the hilt and pommel are not covered by leather, and so they require almost daily oiling to prevent them from rusting, more so than the blade itself. Also, make sure you are wearing gloves while using it, as your hand could end up sliding towards the hilt or pommel, wearing them down. But nonetheless, this is an excellent weapon for beginners as it has much of the strength of the Viking sword without being bulky, and much of the speed of a Rapier without being fragile
Reviewed by David  N
8/22/2015 1:11:14 AM
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Reviewed by Dan  S
1/12/2013 12:00:00 AM
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i have had this sword for quite a while an have put it through more then any sword now days has probably been through i have no complaints about it but i would suggest to Windlass Steelcrafts to make their swords that are longer then 30" thicker then 3/16.
Reviewed by micah  b
5/17/2011 12:00:00 AM
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Reviewed by heather  b
7/24/2010 12:00:00 AM