Man-at-Arms Chinese War Sword

#501477
$249.95

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Overview


This fully sharpened Chinese War Sword has a 1055 Carbon steel blued blade with a distinctive gun metal finish that compliments the black leather handle. When well-oiled it is gleams beautifully. This highly effective hacking sword has a cord wrapped handle and includes a leather scabbard with blued steel fittings. The Man at Arms series from Cold Steel honors warriors; the stalwart and dependable fighters who exhibited great martial prowess with a range of weapon Although he was not a Knight, he fought and trained alongside them as a brother in arms.

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Specifications


Products specifications
Overall Length 38"
Blade Length 23"
Blade Width 3-3/16"
Blade Thickness 1/4"
weight 3lbs/10oz
Grip Length 12"
Material 1055 High Carbon
Edge Sharpened
Engraving Unavailable

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Products specifications
Overall Length 38"
Blade Length 23"
Blade Width 3-3/16"
Blade Thickness 1/4"
weight 3lbs/10oz
Grip Length 12"
Material 1055 High Carbon
Edge Sharpened
Engraving Unavailable
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