This reproduction George Patton sword has a single fullered high carbon steel blade. Includes wood scabbard with steel mounts. Overall 44 inches. Comes factory sharp.
Designed by George Patton around 1910, when he was still just a Lieutenant, this style sword was commonly attached to a trooper's saddle. The Patton was designed to be a thrusting sword only, it was not sharpened and due to its cross section would not take a good edge anyway. Although some kind of edge can be achieved, it was not traditionally done since adding an edge means thinning the metal which can compromise the strength, especially when thrusting on horseback. Features a tempered, single fullered high carbon steel blade, steel guard and a hard plastic handle which is solidly constructed and easy to grip. Includes a wood scabbard with steel mounts. Finely crafted by Windlass Steelcrafts and comes factory sharp.
- Overall: 44"
- Blade: 35" long, 1-1/8" wide at the ricasso
- Wt: 2 lbs /8 oz