Sword type XVII by Okshott typology. The common name is “bastard.”
Western Europe mid XIV – early XV centuries.
The blade is made of spring tempered steel.
Blade is hardened (Hardness 47 HRC).
The biggest thickness of the blade at the handle: about 6 mm.
The thickness of the blade at the end: about 3.5 mm.
Designed for contact fencing. There are no weaknesses in the design.
The difference from edged weapons – the lack of sharpening the blade.
Blade blunted (edge thickness of 2 mm).
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