Three most beautiful scimitars in the world
There are many scimitars in history, but there are only a few well-known ones. China has Mongolian scimitars with peculiar arcs, Japan has world-famous katana, and Nepal has dogleg knives called killers. The shapes are all scimitar-shaped, each with its own characteristics, but they are all famous for a time.
Nowadays, Mongolian scimitars are hard to see. Japanese swords and Nepalese swords are increasingly appearing in our sight. Once upon a time, Mongolian scimitars, which are extremely powerful, can only be seen in the changing times. Gradually fall asleep.
Speaking of the Japanese sword, the most impressive thing is its sharpness. Indeed, in history, few swords have the ultimate sharpness like the katana. What is even more impressive is that for a certain period of time, The Japanese sword is called a "cut belly tool", which makes it even more mysterious.
It may be difficult for you to imagine how the Japanese sword has changed from a killing weapon originally called a "suicide weapon" to a deadly blade that is now known throughout the world. Undoubtedly, the Japanese sword is sharp. Because of its extreme sharpness, coupled with a mythical legend, more people want to know it.
On the other hand, the Nepalese scimitar, which is small and sharp, seems to be more acceptable to people. Small swords always have small benefits, such as easy to carry, for example, use handy, because it is small enough, so don’t worry, because the blade is too long. There is a problem with height during use.
As the war sword of a country, Nepal is a well-deserved deadly sword. A small short sword has become a deadly knife in the hands of Nepalese fighters. The sharp and practical blade design makes the Nepalese fighters invincible in battle.
The biggest function of the scimitar is that the center of gravity is forward, which is convenient for cutting, and it is more suitable for cutting immediately. In addition, the scimitar cuts more effort than the straight sword, because the scimitar can keep cutting after it touches the target because of its low resistance. In fact, it is an action similar to sawing, from the point of contact to the tip of the blade, the entire blade can participate in the cutting; while the chopping of a straight sword is only performed at the contact section.
Regarding the scimitar, which one impressed you the most?