Cold Steel 1852 Prussian Saber Sword

  • Share this:
Share with a friend
Sign into your email account to send this page to a friend:
Outlook or Apple Mail
or other default program

Save $25 when you open a Walmart® Credit Card and spend $75 today.*

*Offer subject to credit approval
Learn More
or Apply Now

Advertisement
Advertisement

Cold Steel 1852 Prussian Saber Sword

Buy from Walmart

Shipping & Pickup
Online
$219.55

Out of stock online

  • Store information not available.

 Buy from Marketplace

Shipping & Additional Information
$214.61
Was: $399.99
Reduced Price

from RedsGear
Retailer Info

In Stock and available for
$235.13
Was: $324.68
Reduced Price

from UnbeatableSale.com
Retailer Info

In Stock and available for
$289.99

from OpticsPlanet
Retailer Info

In Stock and available for

Item Description

The Cold Steel 1852 Saber Sword is styled after a Prussian weapon that was designed in the mid 1800s when the world's armies were in a race to field the most effective cavalry arms. The slightly curved blade is made from a durable high-carbon steel that helps to ensure its longevity. A shark skin-wrapped grip, a pierced basket guard and the all-steel scabbard come together to make this Cold Steel sword a fantastic decoration or collectors' piece.

Cold Steel 1852 Saber Sword:
  • Rolled forged from high-carbon steel with a spring temper
  • Slightly curved blade
  • Pipe back (spine)
  • Pierced basket guard
  • Shark skin-wrapped grip
  • Fully sharpened edge
  • All-steel scabbard
  • Decorative Prussian carbon steel sword

Specifications

Multi Pack Indicator: No
Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
Model No.: 88PSA
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 5.5
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 43.0 x 6.0 x 6.0
Walmart No.: 552112134

Customer Product Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5★ by 1reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Great looks with a few rough spots. All in all I love this sword. It looks and feels great. I use it almost every day to practice saber dueling forms as well as for strength training.The blade is definitely forged and has minor imperfections just like any other hand made sword. The blade also has a great curve and the pipe back creates a very elegant and effective point. The guard and handle are secured to the tang with a integrated pin in the center of the grip. Also there is a tightening nut on the pommel that allows for a snug fit. Furthermore the point of balance is about 6 inches from the guard. With the blade being under 2.5 pounds it is very manageable.Almost forgot about the scabbard. The scabbard has one double ring loop. Basically its meant as a cavalry sword and not well suited for carrying on foot. Also it is sadly not wood lined like the scabbard of my Napoleonic Saber. Which means if your not careful you may blunt the blade if you unsheathe it the wrong way.Before:The sword cam packaged OK and had no rust spots. The edge was very sharp, but was beveled like a knife. The hand also had a ting to it when I moved from parry position to parry position. Furthermore the guard was a bit bent like it was squished during transit.After:I rounded off and resharpened the edge with a few grades of wet stones. Tightened the pommel nut with a piece of leather (to protect the finish) and my leatherman multi-tool. Then bent the guard with a round pipe crowbar. After that some polishing with mothers mag and aluminum polish and steel wool. Then a Windex cleaning with a microfiber cloth (to remove the mothers mag) followed by some 3 in 1 oil applied with a leather cloth.Now after all that I am pleased. (Keep in mind I do this with all my swords when I first get them. This is not just something I need to do with cold steel either. It all of my swords. However, some do need more work than others.)The blade looks and feels great. Also the P.O.B is good but could be a bit closer to the guard (but that's just me). Also the weight is perfect for me. Not too light or too heavy. However the nut concerns me. It is fine if the nut if made of a good quality steel but if its cast or ground round by hand it may be a weak spot. With that said even if it breaks the pin will hold the blade on just fine on its own. Also you could probably peen that tang if you really wanted to. Still if you wont a saber that is more durable I recommended the Napoleonic Saber. Or if you want indestructible the 1917 cutlass or saber. Personally the cutlass is much better seeing as the saber is very heavy and the P.O.B. is like 8 inches from the guard. 02/14/2014
See All Reviews
 

Product Warranty and Service Plan Options

Product warranty: Limited Warranty See details

Gifting Plans

Financing Offers

Make the most of your shopping experience with the Walmart® MasterCard® or Walmart Credit Card.

Save $25 when you open a Walmart® Credit Card and spend $75 today.*

*Offer subject to credit approval

Learn More or Apply Now

No Payments + No Interest if Paid in Full in 6 Months!
Enjoy no payments for 6 months. You'll have 6 months with no payments, and no interest if paid in full within 6 months on orders over $250. Otherwise, interest will be charged from the original date of purchase. Bill Me Later is the quick, easy, secure way to buy online without using your credit card. Simply select Bill Me Later at checkout. Subject to credit approval.

See Terms

Shipping & Delivery

Pricing Policy

About Our Prices

We strive to provide you with the lowest prices possible on Walmart.com as well as in our stores. However, sometimes a price online does not match the price in a store. Walmart.com's prices may be either higher or lower than local store prices. Prices may also vary between stores. Our local stores do not honor Walmart.com pricing or competitor advertisements from outside of a store's local trade territory.