Who’s afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?
Any little piggy with a goddamn lick of sense. That’s who.
This predacious bad boy is a 40-inch hand-and-a-half bastard sword (although *you* say it to his face!) featuring a handsome center-line bevel and reinforced handle elements. The center-line bevel is a challenge to grind (try drawing a two-foot straight line with a 12-pound machine!) but yields a weight-reducing distal taper and excellent cutting dynamics. The pommel and guard are bolstered with secondary steel plates, sculpted with neolithic styling, that balance out the 29-inch blade perfectly, with the center of balance falling 2.5 inches above the top hand. Despite tipping the scales at nearly 4 pounds, the blade maintains a lively lupine grace in the hand, ensuring the deft processing of piggy to pork chop with a minimum of huff and puff. The Big Bad Wolf comes standard with a Kydex sheath.