Blade of steel, of slight curvature, single-blade, with one wide dale. The combat end is two-blade. At the beginning of the XX century. arbitrary blades were also common.
Wooden scabbard, covered with leather. A metal appliance consists of a mouth, a nut and a tip. There is a bracket on the inside of the mouth, and a belt for the harness belt on the nut on the nut. In 1881-1894 instead of a ring, there was a triangular bracket on the nut. The scabbard with a bayonet deck had only checkers of the lower ranks of the 16th and 17th dragoon regiments, in the period 1881-1888.
Spring tempered steel. Brass. Hardening 50 HRC. Polished.
Blade length: about 80 cm.
The total length of the saber: about 94 cm.
The blade width at the guard: about 33 mm.
The thickness of the blade at guard: about 6 mm.
Weight of the saber: 850-900 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).
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