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LEATHER UNIVERSAL SWORD BELTNobleWares Image of Cross Shoulder Universal Leather Sword Belt 22-713 by Denix 22-713
When it comes to carrying a sword at your side, the last thing you need to worry about is how to suspend it there. For that, we offer this Universal Leather Sword Baldric, which is designed to suspend a sword at your side in comfort and ease. This cross shoulder sword belt fits most swords with scabbards. Adjustable leather straps snap closed to secure the scabbard, leaving your sword free to draw. Full leather construction with metal hardware and wide antique brass buckle, and 3 adjustable leather scabbard straps makes this an easy answer to the question "how'z it hangin'?" The answer will always be "pretty fair indeed my good sir". One size fits all.


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Full leather construction
3 adjustable leather scabbard straps
Adjustable length
One size fits all
Overall Length: 34.6 inches

Sword Types in the American Revolution
Swords were widely used during the Revolutionary war and included hanger swords (cutlass), sabres and hunting swords. A Hanger Sword or cutlass is a short, broad sabre or slashing sword, with a straight or slightly curved blade sharpened on the cutting edge and was used by Infantrymen. A sabre is a heavy cavalry sword with a curved blade and a single cutting edge. Officers also carried small sabre swords which were light, straight, and slender - often used to direct troops. A Hunting sword is single-handed short sword.
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