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Airship Pirate Cutlass - Latex

# 887042

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This exotic looking steampunk airship pirate cutlass is from a by-gone age. This  high quality, latex piece has a realistic look and finish, safe and perfect for a LARP event or convention.

Please Note: This is not a metal weapon; it is a quality latex weapon for LARP and other forms of action play.
  • Overall: 37"
  • Blade: 25"
  • Wt: Approximately

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Customer Reviews

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If you're looking for a good imitation chainsword, it's hard to go wrong with this. I don't know about using it for actual LARPing but for decoration and just having it hanging around. It looks fantastic.
Reviewed by Anonymous
11/28/2015 3:39:25 AM
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This is not a weapon for beginners. First off the teeth have a tendency to rip off in LARP combat. You have to know how to pull your punches and aim in order to not destroy your weapon. Also some games are hesitant to let this weapon in due to the teeth. Buy with caution.
Reviewed by David  E
5/16/2014 12:00:00 AM
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Very light, very safe...I had to wallop my leg as hard as I could to even feel discomfort. Excellent detail for a latex weapon. Arrived two days after I ordered, amazing speed on shipping!
Reviewed by Dylan  H
10/11/2012 12:00:00 AM
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A great sword, even if it is latex. Has a good weight and intimidating size. Balance is very good and grip is comfortable. Even up close, it looks like metal. A great chain-sword!
Reviewed by Christopher  H
3/2/2012 12:00:00 AM
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I really love this sword, it reminds of a Warhammer 40K Space Marine chain sword! Im a Space Marine at heart.
Reviewed by Michael  C
9/3/2011 12:00:00 AM