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Claymore Lowlander 16th Century Slaughter
Claymore Lowlander 16th Century Slaughter
Claymore Lowlander 16th Century Slaughter
Claymore Lowlander 16th Century Slaughter

Hanwei Claymore Lowlander 16th Century Slaughter

SKU# SH2065
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Claymore Lowlander 16th Century Slaughter
Claymore Lowlander 16th Century Slaughter
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There are three types of Scottish two-handed swords that emerged around the 16th century. Out of all three, the Lowlander sword, also known as the Lowland Claymore or Slaughter Sword is the largest and heaviest of all, with most surviving examples measuring over five feet in length. With its broad and double edged blade, it is designed primarily for cutting and thrusting.

Staying true to specifications, Hanwei's Lowlander Sword faithfully replicates a surviving museum piece, making it almost six feet long. Despite being Hanwei's largest sword, it is a fully functional, beautifully proportioned, and balanced piece forged from 1566 high carbon steel, ensuring a tough blade that holds its edge remarkably well.

In line with its design, it is equipped with typical Scottish quatrefoils in the ring guards and leather covered grips with an overlaid leather binding. This sword also comes with a wall mount that allows the sword to be displayed. An antique finished version (SH2065N) of this sword is also available.

SPECIFICATIONS
Product Type
Claymore
Overall Length
68" (172cm)
Blade Length
48" (121cm)
Handle Length
21" (53cm)
Weight
6.87LB (3.116kg)
Blade Steel Type
1566 Carbon Steel
Battle Ready
Yes
Tang
Full
Fittings and Mountings
Not Specified
Handle Specifications
Wood, Leather Cover, Leather Binding
Handle Type
Two-Handed
Blade Type
Straight
Edge
Sharp, Double-Edge
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