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Carried by the fierce Scottish Highlanders from 1400-1700, the claymore has become well-known for its heavy blade and intimidating length. It's a sword so mighty, it takes two hands to wield. Discover the history of this amazing blade and what made it once of the most prolific weapons of its era, thanks to American BladesPro. 
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Johnny looked down and pursed his lips as he mulled over everything he had just seen.  Then he looked up as a thought came to him. “You did a great job explaining the types of swords, and even the progression of materials in the earliest blades.  But I noticed that while most of the swords here are made from steel, you barely mentioned the progression of materials from iron to steel.”

The shopkeeper brightened.  “That’s because the use of steel in a sword was a complex, though interesting historical development...

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