SW264 Two handed sword, 16th century


This one is the typical two handed Lansquenet sword. If they were said to be able to shut down a cavalry charge with these, their wearers were mostly placed at the angles of pike men squares.

Length 150cm. EEC made, no scabbard.

× These weapons are made of forged and tempered steel. They cannot be used for fencing, due to their sharp edges. Be also careful when drawing them.