Grim Reaper Monster Scythe 80in


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  • Blade: black forged, razor sharp with a wicked curve
  • 24” across
  • Handle: realistically carved of wood
  • Can be disassembled for storage or easier transport
  • 79” overall

The reaper scythe is the most ubiquitous symbol known to mankind. Faithfully carried by the Grim Reaper, Death personified, it has been widely depicted in everything from movies and games to religious scripture and mythology.

This is a life-size replica of the world's most recognizable weapon, the reaper scythe. The two piece hardwood handle is a startling 80 inches long with a 23 1/2 inch long coated carbon steel blade, coming to an extremely sharp point.

Whether for display or costume, this scythe is guaranteed to garner some stark reactions... almost as if they laid eyes upon Death himself.

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Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.24 out of 5

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Customer Reviews

Brady Chrisman
Oct 26, 2016
(5 out of 5)
serves its purpose

I got this around Halloween as a grim reaper prop. It's a great prop. Having gotten multiple things from Budk in the past, I knew this would be a step above any other costume prop on the market, at a bargain price ($25, free shipping.) Sure enough, when it arrived, I noticed first how sharp & mean the blade was. The handle looked like a closet rod someone cut in half so you could screw it back together, but Im not worried about functionality. Besides, the blade itself is good. I realize this is not a full tang pole arm weapon, like BudK's quan do, or naginata. You will not be able to slice a pumpkin in half with one swing like a bada**. The pole will break on you. However keep this thing away from children cause they will still slice themselves up if they handle the blade itself at all. There is no sheath, just this teeny triangle that fits over the terrifying tip. I give it 5 stars because it's exactly what I wanted at a price I couldn't find elsewhere.


Mathew Thompson
Mar 01, 2015
(2 out of 5)

wood seems strong but flimsy and will break. blade came a little muffed up on the sides. blade moves around even when properly screwed into the handle. minus about 10 bucks on the price and it'll work. snapped in half and spiked my leg through my jeans. at least now i can make the handle better :D


brett butler
Dec 13, 2014
(5 out of 5)

I just get my scythe today and everything come all part's were there can't wight to my next buy thank's again truesword


Sep 29, 2014
(2 out of 5)
Don't Swing This

Looks nice for display or costume purposes, which is what it is intended for, but don't even think about actually swinging this thing. I took exactly one swing in an open space (not even hitting anything) and the wood where the two parts of the pole bolt together snapped. I didn't expect it to be actual weapon quality, but I thought it would at least be strong enough to swing around a bit.


Andrae Pena
May 29, 2014
(5 out of 5)

Not many bad things to say about this massive Scythe. Once attached, the blade is slightly loose, but sturdy. The blade itself, albeit sharp at the point, I found to be dull on the edge. And had this weird gunk on the attachment piece.
Outside of these things, this was a great buy. I think the pole-arm is nice and strong, befitting of a blade that heavy, and has a nice weight to it.


Jesse Wilson
Mar 27, 2014
(3 out of 5)

very fragile handle. somewhat of a cheap blade but for the price a very good decorative item. easy to assemble and disassemble for carrying and storage, however something i would do differently is i would reinforce the handle so that it can handle the weight of the blade. stronger wood perhaps, or full tang handle. otherwise a very good product.


Omar megahed
Mar 09, 2014
(5 out of 5)

I got it for my girl friend I must say I love it it's very strong n bigger than I expected it is well worth more than the cost.


Ricky Eppenbaugh
Dec 12, 2013
(4 out of 5)
Reaper sickle

I ordered one for my boss (for Xmas) who's a technical diver and who's dive-team features the Grim Reaper on their team shirts. I read the reviews on this item and all seemed pretty positive. Hope he likes it. It's make a great "office" display.


Dec 10, 2013
(5 out of 5)
Read if you want this weapon

It is simple. Buy this scythe. I haven't seen such an amazing weapon like this one in person for a while. It is tall, sturdy, and usable. At first I thought that the staff would be too thin and it might bend if not break, but it is thick (not too thick) and one might be able to use it as a pull up bar. The staff might only need to be sanded a little bit, but the texture is meant for a better grip, so just wear gloves. It is always a good idea to wear gloves when handling something like this masterpiece. The blade is two feet of strong and sharp metal. I would certainly trust my life if I had to with this weapon. Some might say that it is not meant for actual use of any kind, but I certainly disagree. I was first worried that for such a LOW price, that I would get a low quality weapon. But I stand corrected. It is strong and durable. Easy to put together, and takes no time at all. If you like scythes, want to add it to a collection, or simply like the look of it, and you have the money, buy it. You will be glad you did. However, the only thing that I have to complain about, is that the page says it is called a sickle. But it isn't, it is a scythe.


Dec 04, 2013
(4 out of 5)
Oh yeah

This was everything i was hoping it would be. Its not the sturdiest but i would definitely recommend getting one of these.


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