Incredible attention to detail has been applied to create this sword.
Original Historic designs were incorporated into the intelligent form
this sword displays. Carbon steel is mined from the source and hand
selected for each blade. The forging process is traditional and always
makes for a strong sword. Each edge of the double sided blade is factory
unsharpened for safety. It can be professionally sharpened for the avid
collector or sword enthusiasts. For superior rigidity, a central ridge
travels from the tip of the blade to the end of it.
At the base of the blade is an Accurate vinyl leather wrap. Stitching
traditionally holds the wrap in it's place. The cross guard is about
11.5 inches wide and features an original Chappe (Rain Guard). The
carbon steel blade goes into the solid wooden handle that is wrapped
with a formidable vinyl leather and stitched for absolute grip. The
weighted pommel has been chrome plated and sports a satin finish.
William Wallace is a historical figure from Scotland. He lead his army
to victory at the Battle of Stirling Bridge (1297 a.d.). Guardian of
Scotland was his title, and William Wallace became a part of Scottish
heritage. This William Wallace sword was unique for the time period, but
proven to be an unmatched weapon on a historic battlefield.
- Overall Length: 56 Inches
- Blade Length: 42 Inches
- Blade: Double Factory Edge
- Blade Steel: Carbon Steel, Polished Surface
- Blade Width: 1.75 Inches
- Blade Thickness: 7mm
- Guard Width: 11.5 Inches
- Handle Length: 15 Inches
- Handle Wrap: Vinyl Leather, Brown
- Includes Brown Leather Scabbard
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 02 September, 2015.