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French estoc or English "tuck" was a variation of the longsword
focused intensely on fighting against mail or plate armour. 1] It
was long, straight and stiff, with a diamond or triangular
cross-section. An estoc had no cutting edge, just a point. Examples
from Poland are more than 1.57 metres (62 in) long, with a blade of
1.32 metres (52 in); however, others showed a more manageable 1.17
metres (46 in), with a 0.91 metre blade (36 in.). The size seems to
have been made-to-order. The blade's cross-section was nearly an
equilateral triangle or square, with relatively obtuse angles (
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