The Circassian shashka of the 18th – 19th – early 20th centuries had a light and not long blade. According to the Kabardian formula, “the good shashka should be light as a feather, elastic as a vine, sharp as a razor. Man, who wears a heavy shashka don`t apply on his skill”. The material for the blades was spring steel. Sometimes the surface of the blade was etched, and then a steel pattern appeared. The surface of the blades was always trimmed with fillers, which gave the blade a certain decorative effect and lightened its weight without decreasing strength
Spring tempered steel. Hardened 50 HRC
Blade length: 70 cm.
Total length of saber: 88 cm.
The width of the blade at guard: 30 mm.
The thickness of the blade at guard: about 5-6 mm.
Weight 700 g.
Price with scabbard.
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).