Black Polypropylene Arab Saif Sword

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The Arab sword, sometimes called a Saif (???) or a Shamshir depending on the era, has its origins in Arabia prior to the 7th century. Not much is known about this particular weapon, other than what Al-Kindi wrote in his treatise On Swords in the 9th century.

Made from Polypropylene Material Much stronger & Durable then Wooden Bokke..

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The Arab sword, sometimes called a Saif (???) or a Shamshir depending on the era, has its origins in Arabia prior to the 7th century. Not much is known about this particular weapon, other than what Al-Kindi wrote in his treatise On Swords in the 9th century.

Made from Polypropylene Material Much stronger & Durable then Wooden Bokkens, Lightweight Yet Sturdy. Polypropylene Is virtually A unbreakable Material Which Makes These Training Weapons The Best Available

they have the advantages of being virtually unbreakable and remarkably stiff and cut resistant.


Measurements : Overall Length - 82cm
Weight : 350g