Medieval Training Broadsword Legends in Steel
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  • 32” high carbon steel blade
  • Full-tang
  • Leather grip
  • Rounded point
  • 40” overall length

You need to add this Medieval Training Broadsword Legends in Steel to your collection of trainers. It has a sturdy, no-nonsense construction that will suit your needs. The 32” blade features a full-tang high carbon steel blade. The point of the blade is rounded for your safety when training. The grip is of genuine leather for a secure, slip-free grip. This trainer is 40” in overall length.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.33 out of 5
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Its a hand and a half sword. Reviewed by ERIC EWALD on May 12, 2018   3 out of 5

Well its not a broad sword its a hand and a half sword so I was disappointed about that. Also it seems the guard is pinned on and has cosmetic blemishes, like the 2 visible pins. That being said it does seem very sturdy. I wanted a 1 handed broad sword but this hand and a half will have to do. It is worth the money but not at all what I expected.

A Bargain Reviewed by Bruce Johnson on Mar 06, 2018   4 out of 5

For 50 bucks, I figured it would be worth taking a chance on this sword, as any other medieval trainers cost at least double this price. After receiving it, I am glad that I did. It is solidly built, well tempered, has a decent balance point, and should hold up to the rigors of training for quite some time. Not only is the pommel peened, but the guard (and probably the handle scales) is pinned to the tang. Two things caused me to take away a star. First, it's too heavy. It's at least 2 pounds over weight. Second, the handle scales under the leather are not shaped well, and they are not flush with the tang. Regardless, this item is well worth the price, and I highly recommend it.

solid sword Reviewed by Isaac Miser on Nov 06, 2017   5 out of 5

This is a strong sword that is meant for sparring. I've been very happy with it so far.

Peen Not On-Center Reviewed by Larry Ryals on May 18, 2017   5 out of 5

I just received this sword today, and I will say that it does have some weight to it. However, there are a few details that they didn't point out in the description. First, in the description photo, the blade appears somewhat rounded/pointed. The sword I received has a point that is more square/rounded, rather than rounded/pointed. And second, the blade arrived with knicks and scratches up and down the blade. And third, the peen on the pommel is not quite center, meaning that if I were to slam this blade against a rough surface, the tang would break. Overall, I give this sword a 4/5 for looks, but a 3/5 for functionality.

Impressive for the price Reviewed by on Feb 21, 2017   4 out of 5

This is the first full-tang, peened-pommel medieval sword I have ever owned, and for the price, I am very impressed. I looks as if the blade may not have been fully tempered and is a little blade-heavy, otherwise I would give it a 5/5. Nevertheless, this is the perfect first-time medieval training sword for me as I am getting into HEMA (Historical European Martial Arts), and will definitely look into this brand from Budk again.

good quality Reviewed by on Jan 03, 2017   5 out of 5

Good quality, fairly solid blade. Good buy for the price.

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