The blade is a steel twisted single-edged, with one broad fuller. Arbitrary blades, including foreign ones, were common.
Hilt consists of a handle with a head and a brass guard. The wooden handle is covered with leather and wrapped in cross grooves with twisted wire. The back of the handle is covered with a brass strap. The head of the handle is oval, convex. The guard is formed by a cross and three arms – the front and two side arms, which branches off from the front and, being bent, joins to the cross. The end of the cross is slightly bent down and rounded.
100% Battle ready.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).