Middle Ages Medieval Broad Sword And Matching Faux Brown Wood Scabbard With Faux Leather Wrapping - 17" stainless steel blade

$19.99  
  4.1 ( 16 reviews)

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Part #:44 XL1123
  • 17" stainless steel blade
  • Intricate details cast into pommel
  • Stainless steel hand guard
  • Matching scabbard with leather wrapping
  • (Half-tang blade)

Description

This Medieval Broad Sword is crafted after a legendary weapon of the past and will make a fine addition to your historical collection! This sword features a stainless steel 17" traditional pattern blade. The cast metal handle offers an ornate guard and pommel along with a brown composite grip.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.13 out of 5

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Customer Reviews



May 09, 2017
(5 out of 5)
Donald

I got the sword and despite the size it is pretty. Except the damaged hilt I got. The cross on one said has been hammered in too far and is bent and sideways. There are hammer dents and scratches all around it. Makes the looks go way down. Disapointed me

 
Jerry Hopkins
Mar 11, 2017
(5 out of 5)
not bad

At first I was very disappointed with the size. When they said broad sword that's what I thought I was getting. But that is my own fault for not reading the description carefully. In spite of its size it is a very well built sword.I am very proud to have it in my collection

 

Jul 31, 2016
(4 out of 5)
small but cool

this sword was a lot smaller than what i had pictured but it has a great feel to it. When i had a friend come over, he said it looked like a hobbit sword. definitely for display.

 
Ross Fuller
Jun 01, 2016
(3 out of 5)
Check the size

I blame myself for this one, I did not check the size of the sword and when it arrived, it was about the length of my forearm. Good sword overall, though it is really more like a long dagger.

 
Mr Katana
Jan 26, 2015
(5 out of 5)
nice sword

is is sharp but not to sharp for battle reenactments it is well made

 
logan
Aug 15, 2014
(2 out of 5)
looks good... but it broke

it was a nice sword but i notised there was no edge on it. so after sharpening it, i pulled out some old water bottles to cut up. on the first swing the blade broke off and flew twelve feet to my right. inside the handle the blade is welded to a tiny medal pole about 1/4 in. So as a combat sword... not worth the $$. but if your just buying for looks, its a good buy.

 
John Smith
May 07, 2014
(4 out of 5)
Great Sword

Okay, I did make the mistake of letting my friends ruin it. But then,one of the friends that did ruin it helped me fix it. There is a hexagon shaped hole on the end of the pommel. It is an Allen's screw. To fix it if it is wobbly like mine was, you put an Allen's wrench in it and twist it to the right. It will then be tightened if it is wobbly. Mine is tightened, but it still has the chipped edge. If I find out how to fix THAT, I'll post it. Anyway, it is a GREAT sword.

 
John Smith
Apr 12, 2014
(4 out of 5)
Great Short Sword

I loved this sword when I got it. It is good for a short sword. But then, I made the mistake of letting my friends playing with it and my Robin Hood dagger. They chipped the blades and the short sword is all wobbly and looks like it's going to fall apart. I'd recommend buying this sword, but if you get it, NEVER let ANYONE mess with it.

 
Mark thommen
Mar 24, 2014
(5 out of 5)
onderful replaca

Its looks great & very impressive small decorative sword. Very pleased to hang with my collection. I enjoy having & looking at it.

 
steven harrington
Sep 15, 2013
(3 out of 5)
could have been worse

well i usually read the descriptions better but when i saw it said "Giant" i thought it would at least be the normal size of a broad sword. but other than the misunderstanding, it is a small blade with a slight edge. the handle comes loose a bit if you handle it enough but it hasnt fallen apart on me. it does seem to have a spot to tighten it back. my sister is going to use it for a Renaissance festival so it worked out in the end

 
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