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Already own a sword - but it needs to be refurbished or repaired? Visit windlass sword for any information and service on Sword Repair & Refurbishing.

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Do you know that to check the cross section of the sword, you have to cut a blade in half crosswise and then look at its cut end and you will see the blade cross-sectional design.

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Cavalry Officers’ Sword with Scabbard

Used by the British Cavalry in dramatic and bloody mounted battles, cavalry sword was specially created for the fury of close-quarter fights where the longer and heavier blades would too often prove to be the difference between life and death. Learn more at windlasssword.com.

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Bonny Scottish Dirk

The Scottish Dirk is the most widely recognized daggers and is a direct descendant of the Medieval Ballock dagger. It was carried out by the Highlanders, for more details visit windlass swords.

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Protect your sword from accidental damage with a quality sword case that come in a variety of sizes. It is also useful when carrying your sword as they are specifically designed for the shape and weight of the swords. Learn more at Windlasssword.com.

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Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Knife

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Gurkha Kukri

Kukri was designed before the second world war, but got more popularity when it was used during world war by the Gurkha soldier who easily defeated their enemy. Visit Windlass Swords, buy a Kukri now and become a part of history.

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The metal working is an ancient art. After around 2500 BC, the two methods of fabricating metal hammering and casting were developed side by side.

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