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This richly ornate sword dates back to a time where Sir Robin rode his gallant stead through villages offering hope for the poor. The 20" blade is constructed from stainless steel with a mirror finish. The cast metal guard and pommel coordinate with the eye catching detail surrounding the grip. Includes matching sheath. 28" overall.
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Decent sword. I'll start out by saying, THIS IS A DISPLAY SWORD!!! Don't try any stunts with it! The blade is stainless steel, not meant for fighting. Anyway, it looks great, is well balanced, and the sheath is amazing. My brother used this in a home movie. He actually stabbed me in the back with it once during a fight scene, and it left a nasty hole in me! The tip is the only sharp part of it, but it is SHARP! After that, he used a file to dull the tip a bit. Regardless, I still love this sword, because it looks and feels so good. However, once again, it is not very strong, you can tell just by feeling it. It is still a great display or cosplay sword, certain to turn some heads. I would also recommend, if you use this for medieval movie filming, get the matching Robin Hood dagger, also sold on this site. It will make it look more authentic.
This was a great addition to my collection. I had 4 people wanting to relieve me of this sword, one of which, my daughter. This sword arrived in perfect shape. I totally plan on buying a few of them as gifts.
Great buy, cheap, and quick. The sword is a little bigger than i imagined, though the blade itself is skinnier as well. There are some dark lines on the blade that i cant seem to clean off, the might have came from poor treatment in shipping, there was some plastic wrap jammed up into the hilt, which was annoying, but all in all, a great addition to my collection, and my wallet is still fat.
all in all an interesting collectable, i ordered it yesterday morning and it arrived around 12 oclock today so the shipping speed is excellent, if you're just getting into sword collecting this is a great sword to start with but please note its a small sword (or at least smaller than what i usually collect) and is display only. nice sword for any collector!
This is my second sword from True Swords! Very nice light sword(total length of sword is 26 and a quarter inches and tight)! Almost overnight shipping,and great service! Thank You! Will be ordering more soon.
This just showed up at my door today. I am happy with the weight and the design, however one of the "gems" is misplaced, and the end of the sheathe is opened up a bit. There is no wiggle in the blade, it does come mostly dull but its sharp enough to deal a little damage.
Absolutly amazing! It's small, but it's very fun to pull it out of the sheath! Sheath is mostly plastic, but the rust is metal. Very sharp on the tip, and you can only hold it with one hand, but overall, it's an amazing sword. 12 years old, love it!
Buy it, buy it, buy it, buy it, buy it, buy it.
good piece of steel. well built
Beautiful sword. Dull and short, but an extremely sword beautiful sword. I thought it was rather funny that the end of the scabord is sharper then the side of the blade.
This might not be a "sword" blade, but this spike on this Honshu sword cane is incredibly sharp and I would hate to be on the business end of it. I tested it on 1/2" particle board and it penetrated with hardly any effort. Not to mention it just looks awesome!
Reviewed by Cane collector45 on Oct 05. 2015