At your next Viking reenactment, become the fierce fighting force of your dreams and wield the Norwegian Viking Sword against your foes. Made from C60 high-carbon steel, this functional sword has a Type M design, according to Petersen typology. It was one of the most widespread types in eastern Norway, from the mid-9th to the early 10th century. Despite its minimalist design, a sword of this style would still have elevated the wielder in Norse society. This Norse sword exemplifies its practical design.
It has a double-edged blade. A wide fuller runs down the center of the blade. The Viking sword continues with a flat crossguard. Then, the hilt has a wooden grip. There are a pair of ridges on the grip. The hilt ends with a flat, oval-shaped pommel, matching the guard. The steel pommel is peened onto the hilt.
Finally, this Nordic sword comes with a wooden scabbard. Brown leather covers the scabbard. It has a black leather chape and throat. Near the throat, a pair of leather straps wrap around a wooden slide secured onto the scabbard. This slide allows the scabbard, and therefore the sword, to hang from a ring belt or buckle belt.
Of course, when you are not carrying this sword into battle, make sure to keep it in good condition by using some maintenance supplies. This sword is perfect for anyone wishing to follow the lead of Ragnar Lothbrok, Thor, or any other Viking warrior.
- Fully functional
- Has a Type M design
- Sleek, practical look
- Comes with a scabbard
- Ideal for historical reenactments
- Blade is C60 high-carbon steel
- Guard and pommel are steel
- Grip and scabbard are wood wrapped in leather