Medieval Style Stainless Steel Broadsword – Wire Wrap Handle
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  • Medieval sword designed for the collector
  • High-polish stainless steel
  • Deep blood grooves
  • Wire-wrapped handle
  • Oversized guard and pommel
  • Includes leather sheath
  • Overall length: 40"

Built with the discerning historical collectors in mind, this Medieval-era design utilizes solid stainless steel construction with a mirror-polished finish. The handle has an oversized decorative guard and pommel completed by a heavy wire wrap grip. The hefty, thick blade is complemented with dual blood grooves just like the swords from centuries ago. The attention to detail in the historic design and meticulous polishing will impress even the most particular of collectors. True to its inspiration, this sword includes a leather blade scabbard. Measures 40" overall.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.61 out of 5
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5 STAR Reviewed by Paul O Brien on Jan 15, 2019   5 out of 5

I would like to say that this sword is" AMAZING" I couldn't describe it any other way. You have made me to relive my youth and start collecting decorative swords again. I have to say that you have a wide variety of swords to suit every ones needs, be it display swords, carbon swords Samurai swords which is razor sharp and wooden practice weapons.

Nice Sword Reviewed by Lucinda Siverling on Dec 24, 2018   5 out of 5

I bought myself one of these a while back, and am quite pleased with it - much more than i'd expected. I figured it would look good on the wall from across the room - and it does. also from up close and it fits nicely in my hand. So I just bought one each for both of my children. The swords haven't quite made it to my children yet... Soon, really.

Wire wrapped sword. Reviewed by John Butler on Dec 23, 2018   5 out of 5

An excellent product, very pleased, thank you.

Well worth the purchase. Reviewed by Donald Hinson on Dec 11, 2018   5 out of 5

Very pleased with the sword which can complement any general situation where a sword is required such as a photo shoot, play (prop), skit, etc. This sword was perfect for our annual Christmas photo greeting card with authentic Scottish kilts. Price was very affordable.

Beautiful Sword Reviewed by on Dec 09, 2018   5 out of 5

Bought this for my wall collection . It is a beauty at a great price.

Meh Reviewed by Jarret Chaney on Nov 14, 2018   5 out of 5

Not a bad display piece I would highly recommend practicing your sharpening skills because this edge has the width of a silver dollar on it. Otherwise for the price fantastic

Excellent for display or dry practice Reviewed by Henry Nguyen on Sep 15, 2018   5 out of 5

Before I bought this sword, I knew that it was made for display. With that aside, I will say that it is well built. Yes, it is not full tang, it is stainless steel, and it is dull. However, it has pretty good weight behind it, well built for what it is, and it good for dry practice. Assuming that you don hit anything but the air. still works on form though. Oh, and do not expect too much from the sheath. Mine came warped but it will work.

Great for Display Reviewed by on Apr 13, 2018   5 out of 5

I bought 2 for my son to begin his sword collection. They're decent; beautiful to look at, but not so great for use, but of course, they're not advertised as "Combat Ready". I recommend for a great display piece or perhaps ceremony or costume, etc. I do not recommend trying to "chop" down trees or cut brush. I like them & applaud Bud K for nice work. -Dr. T Foskey

Medieval Sword Reviewed by Gregg Rose on Apr 11, 2018   5 out of 5

I just got this sword a few hours ago and it is a great looking sword no blemishes any where and no metal chips and it is not bent. This is not a real medieval sword but a decent replica. I have a real replica of a medieval sword and it out weighs this sword a lot and im talking a few pounds heavier but i also paid a boat lowed of cash for it. The only plans i have for this sword is to hang on my wall and yes it will hurt a person if not kill some one. These swords are not sharp at all. my medieval sword is not sharp back in the day they did not sharpen there swords do to being so heavy and when they are swung at an enemy it would take of body parts even though they was never sharpened and i believe thats why this sword is not sharpened .

These are nice. Reviewed by Terry Hallett on Apr 10, 2018   5 out of 5

Bought a couple of these Middle Ages swords and I think they're nice. I think I'll buy a few more fpr my friends.

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