Army Saber Tips
Below is a photo which shows the WKC Army Saber tip, which we have outlined with a red marking to accent the shape of the tip. We noticed how various manufacturers cut and shape their tips differently. Again, as a reminder, Army Sabers are ceremonial, which means they do not have sharp edges; however, each blade does have a sharp tip. Exercise care when using the saber, and certainly do not use the sabers for re-enactments, saber "play", or general horseplay.
All images are completely unretouched.
- We are definitely partial to the WKC Saber tip, a smooth, gentle curve leading up to a rather sharp point (the saber is ceremonial - not a toy). Some of the tips we have seen on different sabers are cut more abruptly and do not have the smooth, gentle curve that sabers historically have had.
Marlow White - WKC Army Saber Tip:
"Country One" Army Saber Tip:
"Country Two" Army Saber Tip: