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Shamshir Saber - Arabian / Ottoman / Persian Shamshir

All swords are custom made for you to order.

Therefore, production time will take some time depending on the order order.

The color of the scabbard leather can be customized for each sword.

If you want a different color, you can contact us or specify the color you want in the order notes.

Original price was: $500,00.Current price is: $450,00.

Estimated Shipping Date:November 16, 2024

Description

Tradinational Turkish / Ottoman / Persian Shamshir Sword ( Kilij - Kılıç)

1075 Steel
Hilt Metarial : Phenol Fiber (Compact)
Wood and leather scabbard
Secret fittings

Hardened and Tempered - 48 HRC

15-18 cm ballance point
5 mm to 2 mm Distal Taper
85 cm
600-650 Gram

It's Sharpened, please specify if you want dull/unsharpened.

***Products are not polished to a mirror shine. please check the photos.***

Each sword is custom made for you when ordered and takes approximately 12-16 weeks to prepare.

Please contact for details and your questions.

1 review for Shamshir Saber - Arabian / Ottoman / Persian Shamshir

  1. Alexander

    The shamshir I got from Hamit is slightly longer than the standard version. He made the grip perfectly fitting my hand. The shamshir comes with a beautifully made wooden scabbard wrapped in brown leather with a touch of red. The scabbard is slender, which nicely fits the blade’s shape. It has a deep cut for smooth drawing and sheathing. When sheathed, the sword sits tight in its scabbard.

    Measured from the tip to the end of the hilt in a straight line the sword I got is 89 cm long. The part of the hilt that can be gripped is 8.5 cm long and with its 2.5 cm thickness very slender. Only weighing 618 grams without the scabbard (which weighs another 198 grams) it is relatively light for this type of sword. The point of balance is 15 cm from the guard. The blade has an excellent distal taper. Close to the hilt it is 5 mm thick, half down the length of the blade it is 4 mm thick, and towards close to the tip it further narrows down to 1.7 mm. These features make it fantastic to wield, very nimble, very quick and agile. Since I am living in a country where sharp swords are not allowed, mine is dull and also the tip is a bit rounded, so alas I cannot comment on cutting performance.

    I very much like its simplistic and functional look. It dispenses with unnecessary embellishments and the likes, which has a beauty in itself. I also really like the matte finish of the blade and how it reflects the light in warmish colors. I can warmheartedly recommend this sword and Hamit’s excellent work in general.

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Description

Description

Tradinational Turkish / Ottoman / Persian Shamshir Sword ( Kilij - Kılıç)

1075 Steel
Hilt Metarial : Phenol Fiber (Compact)
Wood and leather scabbard
Secret fittings

Hardened and Tempered - 48 HRC

15-18 cm ballance point
5 mm to 2 mm Distal Taper
85 cm
600-650 Gram

It's Sharpened, please specify if you want dull/unsharpened.

***Products are not polished to a mirror shine. please check the photos.***

Each sword is custom made for you when ordered and takes approximately 12-16 weeks to prepare.

Please contact for details and your questions.

Reviews (1)

1 review for Shamshir Saber - Arabian / Ottoman / Persian Shamshir

  1. Alexander

    The shamshir I got from Hamit is slightly longer than the standard version. He made the grip perfectly fitting my hand. The shamshir comes with a beautifully made wooden scabbard wrapped in brown leather with a touch of red. The scabbard is slender, which nicely fits the blade’s shape. It has a deep cut for smooth drawing and sheathing. When sheathed, the sword sits tight in its scabbard.

    Measured from the tip to the end of the hilt in a straight line the sword I got is 89 cm long. The part of the hilt that can be gripped is 8.5 cm long and with its 2.5 cm thickness very slender. Only weighing 618 grams without the scabbard (which weighs another 198 grams) it is relatively light for this type of sword. The point of balance is 15 cm from the guard. The blade has an excellent distal taper. Close to the hilt it is 5 mm thick, half down the length of the blade it is 4 mm thick, and towards close to the tip it further narrows down to 1.7 mm. These features make it fantastic to wield, very nimble, very quick and agile. Since I am living in a country where sharp swords are not allowed, mine is dull and also the tip is a bit rounded, so alas I cannot comment on cutting performance.

    I very much like its simplistic and functional look. It dispenses with unnecessary embellishments and the likes, which has a beauty in itself. I also really like the matte finish of the blade and how it reflects the light in warmish colors. I can warmheartedly recommend this sword and Hamit’s excellent work in general.

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