Why not fight your enemies in the style of the ancient world and wield the Full Tang Egyptian Khopesh against them on the battlefield? This curved sword takes its design from the world of Ancient Egypt and of its pharaohs. Multiple pharaohs have been depicted with a pair of these striking swords.
While the original blades were made of bronze or iron, this sword has one of C60 high-carbon steel. It has a deep sickle design common to the khopesh sword. Historically, the inside of the curve was useful for pulling upon an opponent’s arm or shield.
A wide fuller runs along the center of this sword, lightening it for combat and making it less tiring during combat. Two narrower, smaller fullers run alongside the larger, deeper one. The unsharpened edge of the functional sword runs along the outside of the curve. The base of the blade features a steel bolster before the wooden hilt.
Just after the bolster is a flat guard. The hilt narrows to the straight grip, before widening back out for the angled pommel. Rivets secure the grip to the tang of the blade. Finally, this Egyptian sword comes with a leather scabbard. It secures over the blade with three straps and posts. The brown scabbard also has a shoulder strap for carrying.
Of course, when you are not taking this sword into battle, make sure to maintain it with some of our maintenance supplies. It is ideal for any Egyptian reenactment. You can also easily add this khopesh to any collection of ancient weaponry.
- Fully functional
- Unsharpened, sickle-like blade
- Based on the weapon of ancient Egypt
- Comes with a scabbard
- Ideal for Egyptian reenactments
- Blade is C60 high-carbon steel
- Hilt is wood
- Scabbard is leather