BLUNT Sword constructed for historical sword fight with riveted pommel. The name Claymore is thought to be derived from Claidheamh, a Gaelic name meaning the great sword. The weapon was used by the Scots for example during border fights with the English in the period 1500-1700 CE. The last battle fought with Claymores was the Battle of Killiecrankie in 1689.
- Material 54SiCr6 steel
- Total length cca 127 cm
- Blade length of the cca 100 cm
- Guard length cca 27 cm