Longsword/ Bastard Sword- Blue Sword- High Carbon 1095 Steel Sword With Clay Temper- 44"

Longsword/ Bastard Sword- Blue Sword- High Carbon 1095 Steel Sword With Clay Temper- 44"
Longsword/ Bastard Sword- Blue Sword- High Carbon 1095 Steel Sword With Clay Temper- 44"
Longsword/ Bastard Sword- Blue Sword- High Carbon 1095 Steel Sword With Clay Temper- 44"

Longsword/ Bastard Sword- Blue Sword- High Carbon 1095 Steel Sword With Clay Temper- 44"

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Longsword Description

The longsword, also known as long sword or long-sword, is a type of European sword characterized by a cruciform hilt with a two handed with a straight double-edged blade.  The longsword was prevalent during the late medieval and Renaissance periods (approximately 1350 to 1550), with early and late use reaching the 13th and 17th centuries.  The term bastard sword is used to identify the longsword during the late medieval and Renaissance period.  To be defined as a longsword sword, the sword must be between 33"-45".  This longsword measures 44".  The blade is 36" and the handle is 8". The handle is wood wrapped in leather with steel bolsters.  It is finished with a handmade leather sheath.

Blade Materials

The sword is made from 1095 steel.  1095 steel is the highest carbon steel commonly used in swords.  It has a carbon level of .95% which is one of the highest carbon levels for any type of steel.  The most common high carbon swords are 1045 steel which only have .45% carbon content in the steel.  1095 steel is known for its ability to maintain an edge and is an incredibly hard steel.  1095 steel typically has a hardness of 56-58 HRC.  The problem with 1095 steel is that it is lacks flexibility.  Flexibility is critical to sword making so the sword doesn't break on high impact collisions.  To increase the flexibility of this steel, clay tempering is used to soften the steel.  The clay is thickly painted on the blade to insulates the parts of the blade that we want softened so they cool more slowly during the quenching process.  In this case, the clay is painted everywhere except the edge.  This clay tempering process keeps the strong and sharp edge of the blade while allowing the rest of the blade to be more flexible.  This process optimizes the strength of the blade and maximizes its sharpness creating an incredible strong blade and sharp edge.

Sword Details

Handle Material: Wood with Steel Bolsters

Overall Length: 44"

Rockwell Hardness: 56-58 HRC

Sheath: Leather Sheath

Blade Material: 1095 Steel

Longsword/ Bastard Sword- Blue Sword- High Carbon 1095 Steel Sword With Clay Temper- 44"

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Kate Dale
Great Sword, great customer service

The sword I originally wanted was not in stock, but staff took the time to help me find a suitable alternative (it was terrific!) and made sure I received it in plenty of time for production. Much appreciated.

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Charles Crawford
Excellent

This is one of the best swords I've ever owned. Very satisfied

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Isaac Reading
Fun sword

Looks great and feels great, I love it
It has a nice weight to it and it feels great in the hand

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