• REPLICA Napoleonic saber from the nineteenth century DENIX MODEL 4127

Price: £ 85.00

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TECHNICAL DATA:
A faithful replica of a sword coming from the twelfth century. It was the French infantry armament in all the Napoleonic Wars. The distinctive shape of the handle could be found not only in Europe but also in the United States.

The scabbard is covered with imitation leather in black, decorated with two sides. Chrome blade gives a unique shine. The handle is made of metal (Zamac). Finely crafted details reflect the spirit of the age. Perfect for any enthusiast Napoleon.

Presented saber is sold without hangers. Accessories can be purchased separately from us (SEE ALSO).

Material: metal (sword), metal and imitation leather (vagina)
Dimensions: length of the sheath 88 cm
Weight: 1385 g
Color: black - silver - gold

WARNING:
The replica is made of high carbon steel-blown, or hollow, not suitable for sharpening, having merely decorative. It does not have any firearm that is absolutely not subject to the Act on weapons and ammunition. Our products are not weapons or imitations of modifications and, as may be purchased without permits.

HISTORY:
The saber is a weapon edged, with its characteristic curved hilt. In the final part may be a double-edged, which have called. feather. Used to inflict cuts and engravings (stinging).
Traces weapon sellers of curved blade had already been found in ancient Persia, Egypt, Assyria, China - it is believed that prototypes were created just saber in China, where they were the right conditions - specialized armorers and rich iron ore. In Europe saber appeared in the Middle Ages, during migrations in the early fifth century.

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