Zweihanders appeared in Germany in the 14th century, and gained fame during the 16th century as the distinctive weapon of German landsknechts during the time of Maximilian I.
Zweihanders were allegedly used in the first front lines, used to cut through the ranks of opposing pickers and spearmen.
Blade length to guard: about 110 cm.
blade length to false guard: about 90 cm.
The total length of the sword: about 150 cm.
Guard width: about 27 cm.
False guards: about 18 cm wide.
Blade width at guard: about 5 cm.
Sword weight: 3500 g.
Spring tempered steel. Hardening 50 HRC. Polished.
100% Battle ready. HMB approved.
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).
Sword handle wrapped in leather.
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