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Scottish Cutlass

ID#: 500920

Price: $215.00 

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  • Unsharpened - Price: $215.00 
  • Sharpened - Price: $233.00 
  • Unsharpened w/ Initials - Price: $220.00 
  • Sharpened w/ Initials - Price: $238.00 
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    Circa 1690

    The crashing of waves, the roar of cannons, the shout of sea rogues through the foreboding mist - this new cutlass can't help but unleash adventurous images. Scottish born Capt. William Kidd, we're sure, would have favored this sword. As seen in period art, the Scottish Basket-Hilt was at times married to a cutlass blade (this one has a double edge for the first 9" of the blade). The basket itself provided excellent hand protection and could deliver a hard blow in the crowded melee that ensued on board. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®. Includes scabbard. $3.00 additional Shipping & Handling charge with item. Can be sharpened for additional fee.
    • Overall: 31-1/2"
    • Blade: 25" long, 2-1/8" wide. 3/16" thick
    • Wt: 3 lbs/4 oz
    Can be personalized with 3 Initials (select below left).

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    1. Anonymous User on 10/23/2009, said:

    Like most cutlasses, I dislike the balance on it (though I know it is correct for the style). I love the look of it though.
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    2. Anonymous User on 4/26/2009, said:

    I've owned this sword for about a year. Construction is excellent with the fit and finish being solid. Blade is perfect compromise for strength & flexibility. Edge retention is good not great. Performed surprisingly well with tests on beef, pork, melons and pumpkins. As a bonus, it looks good and is very comfortable to wear in a baldric. Phil O. Mpls, MN
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