Saber Training with elman
– Model of a training saber for Eastern Europe, Russia and the East of the XII – XVII centuries
– Elman, (chagat. jalman “edge, blade”, tour. yalman “the upper part of the saber near the tip”— is an extension to the end of the saber strip [, in the so-called “weak part of the blade”, in the upper third of the blade from the tip, characteristic of Eastern European and Asian saber-type cold weapons.
– Elman can be both pronounced and smoothly expanding. Could have a sharpening both on one side and two-sided.
the length of the blade is 78-80 cm
, the total length of the saber is 92-94 cm
the width of the guard is about 10 cm
the width of the blade at the guard is about 3 cm
the thickness of the blade at the guard is about 5 mm
the weight of the saber is 1500 gr
Steel 65G. Quenching 50 HRC. The hilt of the saber is wrapped with hemp rope on glue.
Designed for contact fencing.