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480+ USA-MADE ITEMS ON SALE! Details

Kingston Arms Tourney Hand-and-a-Half Knightly Sword (Blunt) 41.25" Overall, Wood Core Scabbard - SM36040

$199.95

MSRP* : $259.00 | You Save* : $59.05 (23%)
Part #: CISM36040 | Kingston Arms
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Description
CISM36040: Tourney Hand-and-a-Half Knightly Sword - Blunt
Kingston Arms
 
A close recreation of the famous Oakeshott Type XVIII sword from Records of the Medieval Sword with some liberties taken to make it safe for reenactment and stage use. This sword proves to be a powerful sight on the field of battle and is a perfect accompaniment for a 14th to mid 15th Century man of war.

The Tourney Series Medieval Swords from Kingston Arms will set a new standard at this price point of re-enactment weaponry. Features like thru-tang handle construction, peened thru-tang stainless steel pommel, and guard, 2mm rounded edge thickness makes these brutal weapons on the battlefield. The cord wrapped leather grip feels exceptional in the hand with an oval cross section and slight barrel shape to keep fatigue at bay. The grip is large enough to accommodate armored hands. A respectable fuller runs the length of the blade to lighten and counter balance the sword overall. A wood core and leather wrapped scabbard tipped with a stainless chape comes with each sword. Further Tourney Series models are the Viking Sword and Single-hand swords.

The blade is forged from 9260 high carbon spring steel and is tempered to about 50HRC, providing a long lasting sword.

The guard needs special mention, featuring the King-Peen system. King-Peen is essentially a steel tab on the guard under the grip that is pinned through the tang of the sword. This process keeps the guard from going loose after a lengthy campaign without compromising the strength of the hilt. The pommel is pressed into place and hot peened. Combine these two processes and you get a sword that rings like a bell when struck.
Features
  • Durable Hand Forged 9260 Spring Steel Blade, Blunt
  • Stainless Hilt and Wood-Core Leather Wrapped Grip
  • Wood Core Scabbard Included
Specifications
  • Blade Length: 32.75"
  • Handle Length: 6"
  • Overall Length: 41.25"
  • Point of Balance: 4"
  • Point of Harmonics: 21.5"
  • Blade Material: 9260 Spring Steel
  • Blade Style: Sword
  • Blade Finish: Satin
  • Handle Material: Wood-Core Leather Wrapped
  • Sheath Material: Wood Core Scabbard
  • Weight: 3 lbs. 7 oz.
  • Made in China
Leather Sheath
Leather Sheath
Leather is known for its durability and traditional appeal. When compared to Kydex it is preferred for its silence when bumped against other objects, as well as blade retention.
Wood Handles
Wood Handles
Provides a traditional, natural look and feel to a modern tool. Wood absorbs shock well and is popular in axe handles.
Kingston Arms Tourney Hand-and-a-Half Knightly Sword (Blunt) 41.25" Overall, Wood Core Scabbard4.000 (1 review)
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Kingston Arms Tourney Hand-and-a-Half Knightly Sword (Blunt) 41.25" Overall, Wood Core Scabbard
4 out of 5
Jon
TX
May 03, 2019
Pros: Finish, Overall Quality, Blade Material, Materials, None
Cons: Handle Material, Sheath/Scabbard
Good Bargain
Great sword for the money. I’ll probably never bash it with another sword but I like that it’s robust enough that I could. Believe the pommel is threaded and peened so it ain’t going nowhere. Really like the size and balance. Looks stunning. Being as it’s suitable blade metal, I would like to sharpen it at some point but don’t think that’s feasible, which leads me to my first complaint. The fuller is a little off center on one side. Any edge would end up touching the fuller and that has me concerned. Some other nitpicks are that the scabbard is wrapped once and glued with an obvious crease going down it, a stitched seam would be so much more appealing, and the grip feels rather cheap. Both of these things can be remedied with a little hand work after a quick trip to a crafts/materials store. Overall I’m very satisfied with my $200 sword shaped crowbar. Just with the fuller was even.

 

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