Cold Steel 88NS Saber - 1830 Napoleon Saber - 33 3/4" Blade - SPECIAL ORDER ITEM

Cold Steel 88NS Saber - 1830 Napoleon Saber - 33 3/4" Blade - SPECIAL ORDER ITEM

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Cold Steel 88NS 1830 Napoleon Saber

Napoleon's cavalry was the bane of the European battlefield. While his horses were second string, his swords were absolutely first rate. They were manufactured in a state of the art factory dedicated to producing the finest edged weapons of the day.
This medium weight saber is a cavalry trooper's chosen weapon. It possesses excellent cutting and slashing capability yet still remains useful for a thrust. In fact, it was so popular that it remained in use long after Napoleon's star had fallen and was wielded by both sides in our own Civil War.
In its general overall appearance, it very closely resembles the United States 1860 Light Cavalry Saber. However, this design is slightly different and makes for a far more effective and durable weapon. The thick, moderately curved blade is forged out of 1055 Carbon steel and features a long, wide fuller and a very sharp, practical point.

The grip of the 1830 Napoleon Saber is equally well made. It is wrapped in black leather and strongly protected by a stout, brass three bar hilt. The whole package comes with a heavy duty polished steel scabbard with dual rings so it can be easily attached to your baldric or sword belt.
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    Features:
  • Blade Steel: 1055 Carbon
  • Rc hardness: 60-64
  • Blade Length: 33 3/4"
  • Handle Length: 5 1/4"
  • Length Overall: 39"
  • Weight: 37.7 oz.
  • Country of Origin: China

More about 1055 Carbon steel:
1055 steel is right on the border between a medium and a high carbon steel, with a carbon content between 0.50%-0.60% and with manganese between 0.60%-0.90% as the only other component. The carbon content and lean alloy make this a shallow hardening steel with a quenched hardness between Rc 60-64 depending on exact carbon content. These combination of factors make this one of the toughest steels available because, when quenched, it produces a near saturated lathe martensite with no excess carbides, avoiding the brittleness of higher carbon materials. This steel is particularly blades of almost legendary toughness.