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Confederate Cavalry Officers Sword

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Confederate Cavalry Officers Sword


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This replica cavalry saber used by an officer in the Confederate States Army is patterned after the 1833 U.S. Dragoon saber. The long, straight blade is common to sabers carried by heavy cavalry of the early 1800s European armies, and was the basis for the 1833 model. Many Confederate cavalry officers entered service with whatever equipment was at hand, and several used the 1833 model or a version of it produced in their local areas. Measuring 35", this saber features a 28 1/2" stainless steel blade with "C.S.A." etched into the blade and "CS" on the guard. The hilt is leather with wire wrap and gold-plated guard and pommel. Includes a matching scabbard. This is a great item for the historical collector or the reenactor.

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Confederate Cavalry Officers Sword Stars4.00 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 1 user reviews.

Reviewed by Rich Caplinger from Hurricane, WV on 18-Oct-2012Good Looking Sword
Rating4 star4
I purchase two of these. I wanted to display them on my wall with the confederate Flag. They look very good, The blades wiggle a little from where they are mounted to the handle. but these arent for sword fighting,They are for display. I am happy with them. Very nice for the price. Thanks BudKWould you recommend this to a friend? Yes
Average Rating: 4.00
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