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H/T EMSHS Dunvegan Sword Guard & Pommel Set unpolished/unfinished mild steel

$70.00 $55.00
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H/T EMSHS Dunvegan Sword Guard & Pommel Set unpolished/unfinished mild steel

Here's a chance to create a unique look to your Hanwei Tinker Early Medieval Single Handed Sword - Mike Jia from The Printed Armoury presents his latest creation, a mild steel hilt set designed from the ground up to replace the fittings on your H/T EMSHS sword OR for building one from scratch using an H/T EMSHS Bare Blade

  • Crossguard, pommel, and hex nut included
  • Made out of Mild Steel
  • Unfinished/unpolished - you will have to do some sanding to get rid of the rough texture and casting gates (if any were left behind from the forge).
  • Handle and sword blade sold separately


EMSHS bare blades available here: H/T EMSHS Bare Blade

The Printed Armoury has created an online site to help you design 3D printed grips for your project sword... please note that the files created on the site still need to be sent to a 3D printer an then either wrapped in leather by yourself or by someone knowledgeable to do so. LG Martial Arts has the expertise to have the grips printed and wrapped in leather to the customer's requests. Please email us for more information at support@lgmartialarts.com 

You can find the online site here: Online 3D Grip Generator

** Disclaimer: the fittings may require some file work to fit onto the tang. These fitting are UNFINISHED/UNPOLISHED- you will have to do some sanding to get rid of the rough texture and casting gates (if any were left behind from the forge).

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  • 5
    Exactly as described

    Posted by Tomas on 12th Jul 2017

    Casting gates are very minor to grind down and this set is excellent if you want to fine tune pommel to a specific blade without ruining a perfectly good polished set.