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Museum replica Viking sword

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by sandy4570, Dec 20, 2007.

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  1. sandy4570

    sandy4570 Member

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    I would like to know some expert opinion about the five lobes pommel Muesum replica viking sword . How it is stack up against Cold steel viking sword, Paul chen Godfred and other maker ? What is constitute a true Viking sword ? Did the viking cared about repercussion point of the blade and did they had specific weight and lenght of the blade ?
     
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    I don't know about the 'five lobes' sword. But you can see a good (and favorable) review of the Sticklestad sword also made by the Windlass and also sold at museum replicas. The page also reviews the cold steel and hanwei versions.

    http://www.sword-buyers-guide.com/viking-swords.html

    You might want to take a good look at the Gen 2 offerings as well. They are quite good. Quite possibly the best build in 'affordable' functional viking swords.
     
  3. sandy4570

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    Thank you very much for the site. I saw sword buyer guide on you tube all the time but did not know they have the review web site. :)
     
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