Static weight would be the overall weight of the assembled club. You are pretty much correct on swingweight. Ralph Maltby describes swingweight as "the measurement of a golf club's weight about a fulcrum point which is established at a specified distance from the grip end of the club.", which is 14". In one sense though, swingweight is a static measure of how the weight is distributed.
In most cases, as the static weight of a club goes up as the clubs get shorter (longer clubs = lighter weight, shorter clubs = heavier weight) due to the heads increasing in weight by 7g to 8g each.
Depending on how the clubs are built, the swingweight should be consistent throughout the set, or it will increase. A set that is built as a swingweight matched set (as all big OEM's do) will generally have the same swingweight from long irons to short irons, and will differ in length by .500" increments. The swingweight will slightly increase in the wedges. A set that is assembled as an MOI matched set will differ in length by .400", and will increase in swingweight by .5 from the long irons to the short irons.
My irons are built as an MOI matched set, are in .400" length increments, and the swingweights are D2.5 for the 3 iron, and increase .5 points up through the GW which is D6.5.
As for shaft weight, my set uses TT Lite XL shafts. The 8 iron is built to 37". The raw, uncut shaft weighed 128.5g, and when tipped and cut to playing length, it weighed 107.7g. I imagine the average cut to length steel shaft will vary between 80g-120g range depending on the particular shaft. Xcaliber makes na R flex graphite iron shaft that weighs 75g raw (@ 40"), and will weight less once tipped and cut to length.
Edited by glock35ipsc - 6/2/11 at 2:30pm