Your Scramasax cuts down another goblin, leaving him in a pile of his buddies. They miscalculated your massive strength, and are reeling backwards on the retreat. So much for supposed alliances. They have learned too late that betraying an Orc of the Black Water would mean death. It’s too bad they won’t be able to share the word with their kin.
You adjust your sword, letting out a battle cry of rage as another goblin aims for your ankles. This one goes flying fifteen paces.
This bestselling Epic Armoury Scramasax is a straight, single-edged Celtic short sword. It is 60 cm long from tip to pommel and has a 40 cm blade with short false edge and a 30 cm fuller running down the length. The blade is broad with a large choil at the small brass ringed crossguard with its matching pommel. Its 13 cm long tanned-leather handle is oval-shaped, providing a comfortable and optimal grip.
The Scramasax goes great in almost any setting as a serious looking side arm, especially paired with a off-hand Wood Axe or a Celtic Longknife. Made from durable closed cell foam around a solid fibreglass core and finished with a strong latex coating, you can feel confident that your LARP weapon will provide the safety and appeal you want when crafting your kit.
- Also referred to as a “Saxon war knife”
- Used against Roman Legionaries during the Dark Ages
- Strong latex coating with a round fibreglass core
- Strong Kevlar core tip protection
- Made from durable closed cell foam that does not shred
- High safety, approved by the top organizations
All latex-coated weapons need a certain degree of maintenance. For this we recommend using maintenance silicone which can be purchased separately in the LARP Accessories section. Epic Armoury Maintenance Silicone is an easy, spray-on application, 100% pure and acid-free making it safe to apply. We recommend using Maintenance Silicone on a regular basis. It maintains the latex-coat’s flexibility and prevents it from drying out, keeping the product wear and tear resistant.
Store your latex weapons flat or on its pommel--NEVER on its tip. Use a simple sheet or towel lining to prevent it from touching a plastic or rubber surface to prevent your weapon from adhering to other products. Keep your weapons in a cool, dry environment.