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English Tuck (Estoc) Sword

English Tuck (Estoc) Sword
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English Tuck (Estoc) Sword
As armor improved, so did the methods of defeating it. Cutting weapons were losing their effectiveness, so crushing weapons such as maces and axes were utilized. But thrusting weapons that could split the rings of mail, or find the joints and crevices of plate, were also employed. Thus was the Estoc developed.

Estoc is French, meaning thrust or point. Tuck is the English version of the word. Many consider the Tuck a forerunner of the rapier, but more likely it's the other way around - a merging of the civilian sword (Espada Ropera) with the effective and lighter tuck produced the rapier.

The long, straight, very rigid blade could be thrust with one hand, or the second hand could be used to grip the blade to deliver even more power. Correct in both weight and thickness of the blade. Grip is wood, covered with leather. Both pommel and guard are steel. An important weapon in the development of the sword.

Overall length: 50"; Blade length: 42"; Blade width: 1"; Weight: 2 lbs. 6 oz.







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NAME: English Tuck (Estoc) Sword
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