Medieval Master Broadsword With Leather Scabbard


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  • Historically inspired display-worthy broadsword
  • Oversized 34 1/2" stainless steel blade
  • Leather wrapped handle grip
  • Metal alloy guard and pommel
  • Includes leather belt sheath
  • Overall length: 44 1/2"

Step back in time with our Medieval Master Broadsword, featuring a massive 34 1/2" stainless steel blade with an attractive satin finish. The handle is wrapped in leather for a quality grip. The oversized guard and cast decorative pommel add just the right amount of character to this historically inspired broadsword. A sturdy leather belt sheath houses the blade. This sword makes an excellent statement display piece!

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Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.60 out of 5
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Customer Reviews

Mar 21, 2018
(5 out of 5)
Love this sword

I bought this sword a few months back and it’s the best sword I ever bought. It takes a beating and it’s balanced perfectly. No chips or dents I still haven’t seen any flaking. I said it before I love this sword


May 09, 2017
(3 out of 5)
Mixed feelings

I received this sword just recently, and I think it has its share of cons as well as pros: It's sturdy, despite the weathered condition I received it in. It's also very light in the hand. Decent for swinging, and its length is adequate for a guy 6' even. I like it a lot, but for $60 I was hoping for a little more. It has quite a few spots of wear and tear- the guard has a worn away spot where you can see the chrome coating coming off, and the blade itself is not symmetrical with the space in the guard- you can see a clearly one-sided gap in on side of it. I do like it, but I would probably not buy it for $60 again.


Justin Duggan
Sep 22, 2016
(5 out of 5)

The sword is great for hanging. The tang however is garbage. Instead of a full tang forged from the sword as it should be, it features a welded on rat tail tang that's flimsy as hell and glued on at parts. I love the sword for displaying and cosplay. But it is NOT for fighting whatsoever. 4 out of 10 for functionality, and 10 out of 10 for cosplay and display.


Sep 14, 2016
(5 out of 5)

This just came in the mail today I was so exited... The i unwrapped is the blade is alot thinner than I expected it to be but so what... The blade didn't fit in to the scabbard entirely.... It overall was alright but I wanted a bigger blade and something a bit heavier


Dylan Conrad
Aug 09, 2016
(5 out of 5)
I love it.

Site says Long Sword, box says Broad Sword, but my hands say Bastard Sword. I feel like I'm holding a real piece of history in my hand(s) with this work of art. It's balance is perfect for two hands, and even works decently with one if you know what you're doing! I wish it came sharpened but I wouldn't have expected it. It was well worth the wait in my opinion. The handle could be a little rounder, as it stands somewhat partially flat. But all in all a very great piece!


Natalie Lemmon
Jul 28, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Awesome sword!

I got this sword last week and I am very satisfied with it. Nothing about it feels "cheap" or "flimsy", rather, in my opinion, it feels and handles like a true sword from medieval times. There were a couple very minor issues with it, though nothing to degrade from the overall awesomeness of this sword. The first is that it's advertised here as a longsword, the box that it came it clearly stated that it's a broadsword. This could lead to some confusion for those not too familiar with the difference between the two. An ideal longsword can be handled with one hand and should have perfect balance, while a broadsword is a two-handed weapon that should be a bit blade-heavy. This product is definitely no longsword, but it is a beautiful broadsword. The second minor issue is that the belt strap on the scabbard is useless unless you wear it on a different belt then what you would use to keep your pants up, if you put it on that belt you will be in danger of being smacked in the eye with the pommel, lol. But on another another belt that can hang a bit lower on your hip it's perfect. Overall, I am 100% satisfied with this sword.


Curtis Rusinowski
Aug 21, 2015
(3 out of 5)
WARNING: Lengthy Review

I bought this sword for a trip to the renaissance festival. When I received it, the box had obviously been soaked and was warped in all sorts of places. Judging by the condition of the box, my hopes dropped for the sword. Thankfully, when I peeled the once-solid box's lid off, the sword looked untouched by weather, and it was comfortably wrapped in lots of bubble wrap and plastic. Once I cut all of that stuff off, the sword looked fantastic. It was nice and heavy, and the handle felt a lot better than I expected in my hand. Upon further inspection, however, I noticed a couple flaws with the sword, but some sword experts might say that I should expect it from stainless steel. Regardless: 1. The sword is noticeably bent about 3/4 of the way down the blade 2. The sword blade is definitely not centered in the handle, which makes it awkward to swing and, honestly, looks terrible 3. The sheath sides feel like cheap cork board I bought this basically as a show piece, and that is why I am expecting near perfection as far as quality of construction goes. I couldn't care less for weight, length, etc. I do love certain things about this sword though: 1. The length and width of this thing is massive (I'm about 5'11, and the sword, when sheathed, comes all the way up to my rib cage area) 2. I'm pretty sure the cross guard is metal, which is a plus 3. It is pretty intimidating if you don't know that it has a false edge


Glenn Taylor
Jul 23, 2015
(5 out of 5)

Just got my so called broadsword,Its is pretty well put together, But it's much narrower at the tip than shown in the picture and is very light for a Broadsword, so it's more like an Italian long Sword,,,skinny and flimsy. Sending it back immediately....!


Jun 03, 2015
(5 out of 5)



May 09, 2015
(5 out of 5)
This sword is freaking awesome

This sword was an awesom medieval beast I sliced a two watermelons in one slice I love the scabbard I brought it in to the wood and cut up some branches It was the most fun ever :)


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