SW201 Germanic sax


The Sax, also called Scramasax, is a typical Germanic weapon. Its use was widespread in all Europe during the dark ages, due to the Germanic invasions. The blade is straight, with only one cutting edge, and the sax is usually worn at belt's level, on the back.

Length 74cm. Steel blade, grip made of brass and bone. Comes with a leather scabbard.

× All these weapons have steel blades, but are not intended for fencing, unless otherwise specified.