Hilt form: made from exposed blade tang which has been quarter-twisted behind crossguard producing a crude flat grip approximately 90 mm long and 24 mm wide. The end of the 'grip' has been slotted, 5.8 mm wide, 25 mm long. Attached to the underside, secured by two closely positioned rivets, is a thin-gauge steel spring plate of the same width as the grip. The portion of the long spring plate which extends beyond the end of the grip curves away, downwards, its tip being rounded. The spring plate has a large cut-out, one end squared, the other rounded, located beneath the slot at the end of the grip.
Crossguard form: crudely made short broad crosspiece secured by two extremely large (9 mm diameter) dome-headed rivets. Upper section of guard formed into a full broad muzzle ring.
Blade form: double-edged, tapering slightly to double-edged spear point, unfullered (machine marks evident).
Identical to WEA 95 except that the crossguard retaining rivets are have been inserted the opposite way round.