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Rustic Distressed Antique Styling
Leather Wrapped Grip
• Carbon Steel Blade
• Steel Pommel & Guard

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RUSTIC ANTIQUE REPLICA SCOTTISH CLAYMORE PA901135 Rustic Scottish Claymore made in Pakistan(901135) SMITHWARES
This way cool affordable Rustic Scottish Claymore Sword has been designed to be the perfect way to start or add to your collection of antiqued replica swords. Its rustic hand forged design gives an authentic aged and battle-worn appearance that looks as if it were excavated from the heart of Scotland. The rustic finish hand hammered blade, guard, and pommel are made of forged high carbon steel which gives this sword a beautiful esthetic while making it fully functional as a cutting weapon. Measuring 50 inches in overall length, this classic style Claymore instantly conjures visions of the sheer devastation for which these massive swords became renown. The two handed grip is wrapped in leather and secured with brass studs. Menacing and foreboding on the wall or in the hands, this rustic blade is certain to please at an affordable price!
See Bask Hilt model 901133 for an equally affordable companion sword.


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Overall Length: 50 1/2"
Blade Length: 30 1/2"
Blade Width: 2"- 1 1/16"
Handle Length: 12"
Cross Guard Width: 13 1/2"
Weight: 7 lbs. 9.8 oz.
Grip: Brown Leather Studded Wrap

Blade Material: Hand hammer forged   carbon steel*
Specs will vary slightly from piece to piece

The Scottish Claymore was usually identified with the Scots as a symbol of pride and strength. The Claymore, or "Claidheamh-mor" (Great Sword) in Gaelic is a two handed broad sword utilized by the Scottish Highlander throughout several centuries. Used in the constant clan warfare and border fights with the English from 1500 t0 1650 and still in use as late as the Rebellion of 1745, the two-handed Claymore seems to be an offshoot of earlier broadswords as they were developed into great-swords. It was said that the bearer of a Claymore needed no shield (how could he carry one, anyway?) because the reach of the sword provided its own protection.   Note: This product is designed with intended cosmetic imperfections as well as natural characteristics found in genuine hand made products.
* Although primarily designed for decor or display, this Rustic Sword features a hand forged carbon steel blade that can be sharpened for functional use. Read more on Functional Series Swords
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