DRAGOŃSKA POLISH SABER, KOZACK WITH SCABBARD from the 17th century

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DRAGOŃSKA POLISH SABER, KOZACKA WITH SCABBARD from the 17th century

DECORATIVE COPY - NOT FOR TRAINING

A great Cossack saber, almost identical to the one used by Bohun in the film Fire and Sword. The hero of this adaptation of the epic of Henryk Sienkiewicz, the Cossack, achieved mastery in wielding his saber. He even worked out the trick of flipping the saber to the other hand and an unexpected incisal strike to the side of an unprotected opponent.

KLING: HIGH-CARBON STEEL 1045 polished (requires maintenance)

A Latin inscription on the blade: vincere aut mori - victory or death

 

SCAbbard: wooden trimmed with black natural leather. Chrome steel fittings do not require maintenance

Handle: steel, chromed with toe, braided with black natural leather (maintenance-free)

 


dimensions:
Total length in the scabbard: about 103 cm

Saber length without scabbard: around 101 cm

Blade length: 85 cm
Handle length: about 16 cm

Blade thickness at the handle: 5 mm

Blade width at the handle: 3.3 cm
Weight with scabbard: about 1.53 kg
Weight without scabbard: about 1 kg
Scabbard weight: about 0.5 kg

Cossack sabers from the 17th century were distinguished by a characteristic chain between the front arm of the guard and the extended head. The long, strongly curved blade and the powerful handle with cross-shaped guard made it a saber requiring great efficiency. The handle is lined with black leather.
Wooden scabbard, covered with black leather and encapsulated with simple but tasteful fittings.