Sword Blade Type-9
Want the perfect sword but forging and tempering are outside your skills or just too much effort? Do you love making swords but you are bored with making blades?
Use one of our 50rc (Rockwell "C" hardness) tempered blades and furnish and balance it yourself. Tang is prepared, fuller is included and blade edges dull, and is tempered just right, all ready for your final touches. Suitable for combat re-enactment, test cutting or any other purpose you would build a sword for.
Blade type: Migration ~ Early Medieval
Length Overall: 902mm
Length Blade: 769mm
Length tang: 160mm
Width blade at hilt: 48mm
Width blade near point: 2mm
Width tang (average): 8mm ~ 13mm
Blade thickness (average): 3mm
Edge (average): <1mm
Tang profile type: 2* (See description below)
Tang Feature: Threaded end
Steel: EN45 (Spring Steel)
Hardness: 50 HRC
Combat Rating: 9 of 10 - needs hilt to be fitted.
Please see additional photos for more details.
*Description of tang types
All our sword blade blanks have a full tang that is shaped and tempered from a single piece as part of the sword and not just welded on like many other sellers would sell you as a "full tang" in their inferior swords.
Tang profile type 1 - A standard non threaded full tang in the shape best suited to that sword type
Tang profile type 2 - A specific threaded full tang that is designed to work with our type 2 hilts, also compatible with Hutton swords. We use an M8 thread and is 100% compatible with our M8 threaded pommels.
Pommels and Guards and complete hilts
We also sell a range of pommels and guards (see one of the locations below). Some type 1 pommels and guards will work fine on the type 2 sword blanks. Just check the measurements brass pommels can be threaded without any difficulty or much experience.
Sports Fight Club
Medieval Fight Club
Fight Club Group
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