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Hungarian Sabre, 17th Century
Hungarian Sabre, 17th Century


 
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Medium/Lightweight HEMA sabre, made in the style of 17th century Hungarian sabre.

Grip covered with leather, the blade is fixed/riveted.
The blade is hardened and has a distal taper (3 to 2 mm).


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Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 10 Write a review »

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5 of 5 Excellent Sabre March 19, 2022
Reviewer: Kobe from Pleasanton, TX United States  
This Sabre is one of the best I've owned yet. The grip is comfortable to hold and the blade is very stiff - which I prefer over very floppy sabres. My only gripe is that the blade has a few minor scratches, but it doesn't bother me since this is a combat sword and not a wallhanger. All in all a great sword for the price.

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5 of 5 Awesome purchase January 12, 2022
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Ames, IA United States  
The sword was shipped quickly and in good condition. Feels absolutely wonderful in hand. If I need another sabre I'll probably get another one of these

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5 of 5 November 24, 2021
Reviewer: cesar antonio contreras lado from Mexico City, Mexico City Mexico  


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4 of 5 Great budget trainer October 1, 2021
Reviewer: Ken M from Erie, PA United States  
Let me start by saying fantastic service by Purple Heart as always. Quickly answered questions on the chat feature, shipped hours after placing order, and had in hand two days after that. This is a very good budget sabre and I don't believe you are going to find a better at this price point. It has its issues, flex seems a little stiff(I've taken thrusts from others at our club and in my opinion its acceptable, but control always), point makes me a little nervous, random scratches/blemishes in the finish and the cross on mine was not at all square to the blade(these two aren't an issue to me as this is a training tool and I will soon put more scratches dents and bends in it). More importantly it handles well and moves like you expect a sabre to. So far no issues with durability. I have a pair of the Sparing Gloves Infinity Gauntlets and they fit under the knuckle-bow.

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4 of 5 Decent sabre August 31, 2021
Reviewer: december from ,  
I wanted to try a sabre without spending too much and this one fits the bill.  I use this in SCA cut and thrust and works well, feels light in the hand and can take a hit.  The hand guard feels a little flimsy but so far so good and the only reason I took a star off.

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