Longsax with bone handle and leather sheathOrder number: 62.120
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Langsax - Sax of the Teutons and Vikings in a long version with a bone grip. According to historical models.
The Langsax was very popular as an inexpensive weapon among Teutons and Vikings and served well in everyday life as well as in combat. The sax is based on historical models from the Viking era, as was common in Scandinavia and England, where many of these bowie knife-shaped sax blades were found.
The sax was not only widespread among the Vikings, but also among the Anglo-Saxons, Franks and other Germanic tribes where the sax was used not only as a "machete" in the house and yard, but also as a handy weapon in combat.
The Viking Langsax is made of carbon steel and is sharpened.
Delivery without leather sheath.
Particular attention was paid to the design of the handle. Saxt lies comfortably in the hand and can be carried on the back.
The Langsax has the following dimensions:
- Overall length 28,74 inch (73 cm)
- Blade length 23,23 inch (59 cm)
- Blade back 0,2 inch (5 mm)
- Blade height 1,56 inch (4 cm)
- Langsax weight approx. 33,51 oz (950 g)
- Weight of the sheath approx. 14,12 oz (400 g.)
Proof of age is essential!