Windlass Cobra Steel Kopis

ID#: 403158

Price: $59.95 

Windlass Cobra Steel Kopis


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  • Factory Edge - Price: $59.95 
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This Windlass Cobra Steel sword is based on the ancient Greek Kopis. Like the old sword, this tactical knife has tremendous chopping power. However the point aligns perfectly with the wrist for a thrust, which makes this a good fighting pattern as well! The hand-forged, X46Cr13 high grade stainless steel blade has been fully tempered in state-of-the-art computer controlled ovens. This also makes them super tough and weather resistant when battling the great outdoors. Hardened to a Rockwell of 48°, it will “flex” in a cut and come back for more! Weather resistant rubber handle for comfort, positive grip and shock absorption on a full profile tang. Factory sharp, includes riveted black leather sheath.
  • Overall: 22"
  • Blade: 16" long
  • Wt: 1 lb/4 oz

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I generally like the Cobra Steel products. But not this one. It is just too light to cut, and too bendy to thrust. It may have been a historical style, but mostly useless. I say yes, Buy Cobra Steel. But not this one! I have seen others of this style and they do not work well either.
Reviewed by Kevin  A
9/15/2015 5:10:30 PM
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When I received this item the plastic wrapper was stuck to the blade (which had caked-on grease); however, after 3 cleanings this turned out to be a beautiful short sword with an almost mirror finish blade. The sheath also required a serious cleaning but after 3 cleanings turned out to be top-quality leather (suggestion to the staff: invest in some dessicant!}.
Reviewed by Tom  S
12/19/2011 12:00:00 AM