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Knight Templar Crusader Sword by Generation 2 (Legacy Arms)

CODE: G2-003b-2


Price: $239.99

Steel-to-Steel capability. - The First Crusade was launched in 1095 by Pope Urban II with the dual goals of liberating the sacred city of Jerusalem and the Holy Land from Muslims and freeing the Eastern Christians from Muslim rule.
The Second Crusade was lauched in 1147 under the Kings Louis VII and Conrad III respectively, but failed to win any major victories, launching a failed pre-emptive siege of Damascus, an independent city that would soon fall into the hands of Nur ad-Din, the main enemy of the Crusaders .
The Third Crusade was issued by Gregory VIII in 1187, after Jerusalem had been recaptured by the armies of Islam under Saladin. Philip and Richard with their armies, departing only in July, 1190, crossed the sea and, after stops at Sicily and Cyprus, landed at Acre—Philip in April and Richard in June—where they joined the siege, and the city surrendered in July, 1191. Philip departed for France in August, leaving Richard in control. The terms of the surrender of Acre included a prisoner exchange and the return, by Saladin, of the True Cross, which he had captured with Jerusalem in 1187.
It features the our high quality fit and finish that has been known for all Generation2 swords. Companion dagger available.

Caution! All Generation 2/Legacy Arms pieces are VERY sharp. Use extreme care when handling.

Blade length: 34.5"
Handle/Hilt length: 8.5"
Overall: 43"
Balance Point: 5.0" Below Hilt
Weight: 3 lbs. 1.4 oz.

Note: The blade is 3/16" high carbon spring steel with a full hefty tang. It was tested on several 2"x4" standing up and split them with no marring on the blade. Then tested it on a 2"x4" cross ways resting on each side on a solid rest and came straight down. It did not cut all the way through but it did cut deep and again did not mar the blade or edge. Then went to the ultimate test Steel-to-Steel. With 9 good blows, it nicked the blade but did not break the blade not break the tang or handle in either of these tests.