Germanic Broad Sax Blade - carbon steel

Art.Nr.: 02 Sax-Klinge Breit
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Early Medieval seax blade
Early Medieval seax blade
Viking / Frankish seax blade
Viking / Frankish seax blade
Alemannic / Frankish seax blade
Alemannic / Frankish seax blade
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Blade for an early medieval broad sax.

Here you can buy a replica of a historical blade for an early medieval broad sax made of high-carbon steel.

This early medieval sax blade with a fallen blade tip is based on historical models as it was typical for the Sax of the Franks and Vikings, which was widespread from the 6th to the 9th century.

The sax was widespread among the Alemannic, Franks, Anglo-Saxons and other Germanic tribes as an important part of personal equipment and was still worn in the Germanic region into the early Viking period.

The sax was not only used as a "machete" for daily work, but was also an affordable and handy weapon that served well in the shield wall.

The early medieval sax blade is sharply ground. It is forged from 1095 carbon steel and has a hardness of 54 HCR Rockwell.

Dimensions of the sax blade:
Total length 42 cm
Cutting edge 30 cm
Blade back 4 mm
Blade height 3.8 cm
Tang 12 cm

The early medieval Sax blade is made of 1095 high-carbon steel, a classic among knife steels. This steel is quite tough and grinds very well with a solid life. 1095 is an unalloyed and stainless tool steel with a hardness of 54 HRC Rockwell and a carbon content of 0.90 to 1.03 % with a manganese content of 0.3 to 0.5 %.

A Sax blade made of 1095 carbon steel is indeed hard to get small and a reliable "workhorse" - hard, flexible, unbreakable!
We recommend keeping the sax blade dry and treating it occasionally with a little oil to prevent possible flash rust.
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Blade for an early medieval broad sax.

Here you can buy a replica of a historical blade for an early medieval broad sax made of high-carbon steel.

This early medieval sax blade with a fallen blade tip is based on historical models as it was typical for the Sax of the Franks and Vikings, which was widespread from the 6th to the 9th century.

The sax was widespread among the Alemannic, Franks, Anglo-Saxons and other Germanic tribes as an important part of personal equipment and was still worn in the Germanic region into the early Viking period.

The sax was not only used as a "machete" for daily work, but was also an affordable and handy weapon that served well in the shield wall.

The early medieval sax blade is sharply ground. It is forged from 1095 carbon steel and has a hardness of 54 HCR Rockwell.

Dimensions of the sax blade:
Total length 42 cm
Cutting edge 30 cm
Blade back 4 mm
Blade height 3.8 cm
Tang 12 cm

The early medieval Sax blade is made of 1095 high-carbon steel, a classic among knife steels. This steel is quite tough and grinds very well with a solid life. 1095 is an unalloyed and stainless tool steel with a hardness of 54 HRC Rockwell and a carbon content of 0.90 to 1.03 % with a manganese content of 0.3 to 0.5 %.

A Sax blade made of 1095 carbon steel is indeed hard to get small and a reliable "workhorse" - hard, flexible, unbreakable!
We recommend keeping the sax blade dry and treating it occasionally with a little oil to prevent possible flash rust.
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