Pros: Blade Material, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Weight, Finish, Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness
Condor Sinbad Scimitar Sword
Razor sharp blade feels light and agile in one hand, and the wood grip is nice looking and long enough for a two handed grip. Overall quality is very good but the leather scabbard is not as high quality as the other condor blades I own. The guard is a very plain grey bead blasted steel. In addition to the regular edge the blade is sharpened on the front top portion and is full tang with brass pins. However, the tang portion is only about half the width of the blade. The point of the blade is narrow and could be bent relatively easily. The overall appearance of this sword is very intimidating and aggressive. However, aesthetically the sword is fairly plain and looks as if it was built to be used, as it is not a showpiece, or wall hanger by any means. I would recommend this sword if you are seeking an useful, sharp, and inexpensive sword for your collection.