- Length: 48.5 inches
- Weight: 2.75 lbs
- Steel blade
The Turko-Mongol saber had a long, curved blade with a single cutting edge.
The Turko-Mongol saber was pitted against the Falcata of Hannibal for close range weapons. The two swords were first tested on foot against 4 sides of beef. Both swords achieved 4 kill strikes, but the Falcata was more precise. The two swords were then tested from horseback against a pig carcass. This time the Turko-Mongol Saber achieved a kill and the Falcata did not. The edge was given to the Turko-Mongol Saber for it's longer blade and cutting power.