Legends In Steel Medieval / Renaissance-Era Carbon Steel Two Handed Great Sword

$56.99  
  3.5 ( 10 reviews)

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Part #:44 BK2299
  • Tough stainless steel construction
  • Secure handle grip with dual rings
  • Blood groove accents blade
  • Oversized guard and pommel
  • Overall length: 45"

Description

Dating from the 15th and 16th centuries, the Two Handed Great Sword has long been heralded as a legend of fierce hand-to-hand combat throughout medieval and Renaissance-era Europe. These ancient swords often weighed in at more than 20 lbs in order to effectively penetrate heavy combat armor. This highly detailed replica features stainless steel construction with an extra stout, heavy guard complete with dual-sided rings to protect the hands from the opponent's sword. A blood groove adds authenticity to this historically inspired replica.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 3.50 out of 5

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Customer Reviews


Gavin Barger
Feb 26, 2018
(2 out of 5)
Great For Prop/ Bad For Use

The sword looks amazing and is very big but has completely dull and rounded edges, and the hilt came loose after hitting it against another sparring sword a few times. Definitely wouldn't recommend for actual use

 
Michael Kelley
Apr 01, 2016
(3 out of 5)
Eh.

Construction could be better. The guard was milled improperly leaving the block slightly off center, the blade is ever so slightly warped, there's also some scratches and dings on the flat of the blade but for $50 it's not bad

 

Dec 14, 2015
(5 out of 5)
Good Sword

My sister bought me this sword for my birthday I teach Scottish broad sword fighting so I use it for solo practice because it's heavy all in all it's a well made sword I can't figure out when someone who buys a sword for $40-$50 sword they think their going to get a $10,000 14th century museum piece This is actually a good looking well made sword

 
Charles Gottlieb
Dec 05, 2015
(4 out of 5)
Two Handed Great Sword

Way too heavy - two handed? they're not kidding, and with no sheath, I guess I'll have to hang it and hope no intruder gets to it before I do. Not sharp? doesn't matter - the weight of this beast would knock out anyone!

 

Jul 18, 2015
(5 out of 5)
NO SHEATH...?

This a really good sword, for $10-15 more the manufacturer could have added a leather or hard wood sheath that would have made this a top seller. But as usual, the idiots end up in marketing.

 
Glenn61
Jun 27, 2015
(2 out of 5)
no sheath....?

No sheath, no good,,,too bad because for a few more dollars there could be a nice leather or hard plastic sheath that would make this a great seller.....

 
Ken
Jan 02, 2015
(4 out of 5)
In love

I just received this about a week ago, so far I am in love. The fitting are solid and look to be hand made, nice thick steel. The blade is really nice, the edge is dull but if you wanted an edge wouldn't be too difficult. The problems, well with any sword you will find some fun little issues, the grip ribs stop too soon so there is a gap between the guard an the ribs creating a valley. I am gooing to fix this with some nice purple thread which should look nice. There is still a wooden core and leather wrap just no rib. The polish is a little rough, I can fix it no problem but the sword makes up for it in it's size and overall awesome. all in all some issues like the strange India sloppily engraved on the blade, but I love it.

 
Carl
Jun 16, 2014
(4 out of 5)
more sword thian needed!

No its not sharp. But its big and scary looking. After I polished it out and put a real edge on it, it can cut a cow in half I'll bet. There is no sheath because I would say you would need a shoulder harness for this monster. When the guys come over to my man cave they just better stay in line. Makes me just want to buy more. Thanks.

 
David
May 27, 2014
(1 out of 5)
over rated

I got this sword and was immediately disappointed. It was poorly packaged witch lead to the cheap metal of the blade to bend. Most of the factory oil meant to protect the blade from moisture was on the leather handle. Also be sure to read carefully, this does not come with any kind of stand, plaque, or sheath. It did not come sharp, but that was to be expected. The picture makes this sword look polished and beautiful but after cleaning the sword it still does not look like that. I have been a collector for many years and if I had the chance to hold this sword prior to purchase I would not have paid more than $25 for it.

 
Joseph
May 14, 2013
(5 out of 5)
A Wonderful Buy.

Normally I wait for people to post comments on a item before I consider buying it but in this case I thought since no one had yet I thought I would take a risk and I am so happy I did! For the price you cannot go wrong with this beautiful historical sword, it did not come sharp but everything else makes up for it. The only bad thing I can see is a few tiny scratches on the blade and a few small dings on the handle guard, not really noticeable unless you look very closely but I can tell it was because of shipping because packaging was not at fault.

 
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