A falchion, fauchon (French) or malchus (German) is a type of sword that was in use from the High Middle Ages to the Renaissance. It features a broad and heavy one edged blade. There are two design types, the cleaver falchion with a blade that broadens to the top, such as a large machete and the cusped falchion with a pointy blade.
This is a Mamluk single handed cusped falchion (sabre). It is also known as saracen falchion.
Total length: 79 cm
Handle length: 12 cm
Blade length: 63 cm
Weigth: 1400 g
This sabre is blunt and was constructed for historical fencing. It is made of hardened steel and wood.
These swords are top-quality battle ready swords. They are likewise suitable for beginners and advanced fighters looking for a sword with a good price-performance ratio and great durability. All category 3 swords feature high-quality carbon steel blades which are tough and flexible at the same time. When used against other blades they show hardly any scratches. The pommels are riveted at the end of the wide tangs.