A Claymore is a word which is associated with “great military swords” and was patented in the year 1772. At that time the big swords which were used by two handed were considered as Claymore sword. Broadly, A Claymore can be considered as a Scottish type of the late medieval long swords which were applied for two handed use. These swords were basically being used between 15th to 17th centuries mainly by the Scottish & British military personnels.
Today I am here to brief about the Origin of the Scotiish Claymore swords and what were the various changes to the definition of the Claymore with the time change.