Agent Bloodrayne Vampire Armblade



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  • Attaches to arm with nylon strap
  • Includes durable nylon sheath
  • Features a powerful full-tang blade
  • 17 3/8" overall length

Once wielded by Agent Bloodrayne (Dhampir) this weapon is now yours for the taking. Simply amazing, the feel and functionality of this product is sure to make it one of your favorites.

One solid piece of hard anodized black stainless steel stretches an amazing 27 3/8" long. Unlike any other sword in its class, this hi-tech offers a handle with firm gripping power. Simply strap it onto your arm, grab the handle, and your ready to go! Includes a nylon sheath.

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Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.74 out of 5
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Ryan K.
Jun 28, 2015
(5 out of 5)
Good Stabber

This sword is a great buy for anyone looking for something out of the ordinary. Mine were Pretty sharp upon delivery, and I had a fun time stabbing stuff!


Nicholas Youssef-Hatch
Mar 05, 2015
(5 out of 5)

Very nice and fun. I really enjoy this weapon. I actually broke my first one; however, that was completely my fault because I really wanted to see how much it could take. I am actually ordering a replacement because for overall display purposes, this weapon is very fun, but be careful, the blade is sturdy, the handle is not.


Jan 31, 2015
(5 out of 5)
i loved it!!!

I bought this sword several years ago (like 5) and loved a lot it was my first sword I ever bought and couldn't have been happier I only bought one and after 4 10/12 of a year I decided to make a spear by taking the handle and the strap (stupidest thing I ever did) and ended up breaking the thing but I plan on getting two to replace the one I had soon


Aug 20, 2014
(4 out of 5)

Bought 2 of them and look very cool. They weren't very sharp and the handle and armband need a bit of work to assembly but very sturdy.


Jul 21, 2014
(4 out of 5)
Nice Buy

I bought 2 of these they are very sturdy and the arm strap is a very nice addition to this piece.


Jul 10, 2014
(5 out of 5)
Worth the $

For 13 bucks I couldnt say no, I didnt have a sword in the collection anyways. Overall, the sword is great- assembly required but its very simple with a hammer and a small amount of knowledge. Duller than heck, but I can fix that. It's a really nice size and is extremely comfortable. Plus it looks badass.


May 06, 2014
(5 out of 5)
Overall pleased

The sword is not as sharp as expected, but it cuts into a 2x4 good enough. A little tricky to assemble, but other than that it is a great buy. Totally worth the money. Once sharpened it will be one of my favorite swords.


Apr 29, 2014
(3 out of 5)

I was excited to see that my sword had came in but during assembly I realized the pieces to connect the forearm pieces to the metal (screws and threaded pieces) were a little messed up. I was sent 6 threaded pieces and 8 screws whenever I was suppose to receive 7 of each. Not only was the count off of the pieces but two of the threaded pieces were messed up. One was bent and too short while the other was only too short. besides that not bad of a sword needs sharpened when you receive it but that's expected.


kenneth gams
Feb 20, 2014
(4 out of 5)

Have NO idea who or what Bloodrayne is. But when I first saw these [I bought two] I thought "make a sword" kit. That is what I intend to do--"create" my own shortsword.
I didn't even consider putting them together as pictured since I have problems seeing that form as an effective weapon.
Truly one would have to be preter-human or superhuman to use them as designed. A well guided slash to the handle and youd be missing at least three fingers. And though the Fillipino martial arts did have a style that used two pieces of wood tied to the arms--I doubt most "modern" users would have the dedication to effectively use the "fantasy" form of the blade.
However with all the holes and cutouts on the sword body it is perfect for DIY. It will be months before I get the tools and find the metal pieces needed to make these a sort of thin butterfly/cudgel shortsword. It will be ugly but I believe effective.
Now the metal of these are not up to battlefield specs--at least not with me wielding them. It would take a real swordsman to stand these against real steel.
But I was surprised at their resistance to bending when set across an armchair and pressed down in the middle.From about an inch and 1/2 they came back into true. About all you could ask of this price blade.
I also--because these are "cheap" blades--struck it against an old stained and beaten hardwood endtable--To see if the blade would be affected. I didn't use much force and was surprised that blade had no damage but with light slash had bitten into the wood about 1/4 inch.
Even at higher price these would be a deal. I just ask that Trueswords puts out a real "make a sword" kit with different style blade/guard/pommel selection. And maybe an after-market "dressup" kit to make your creation really personal.
I am going to be a repeat customer. As proof see my reviews of Spartan sword and swordcane.
Thanx-hope this helps.


Mitchell Mills
Jan 16, 2014
(5 out of 5)

Best sword I have ever purchased. Thing thing was so awesome. Everybody that saw it wanted one and asked where I got it.


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