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Pirate's Companion Sword

ID#: 500180

Price: $165.00 

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  • Unsharpened - Price: $165.00 
  • Sharpened - Price: $183.00 
  • Unsharpened w/ Initials - Price: $170.00 
  • Sharpened w/ Initials - Price: $188.00 
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    Customer Rating:10 ratings

    Where would the seafaring rogue be without his trusty cutlass? This stout sword is made to be as rugged as the originals. High carbon steel blade. Gorgeous brass basket and nice hardwood grip. No need to sail the high seas in search of ill-gotten riches; this beauty is a treasure in itself. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts. Can be sharpened for additional fee. Also available left handed.
    • Overall: 32"
    • Blade: 26" long
    • Wt: 2 lbs
    Can be personalized with 3 Initials (select below left).

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    1. Museum Replicas Team on 8/19/2013, said:

    Anthony, we are sorry you are still unhappy. We offered several options to rectify the situation and you accepted a discount. You should have already received the check by now.
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    2. Anthony on 8/13/2013, said:

    I drove to the store location on 08/03/2013 to purchase this weapon. I received the item, still wrapped and greased. Drove the 2 hours back home, cleaned the grease off per M/Rs written instructions only to find a damaged blade. Customer Service answer to the problem? Spend my time, effort and more money to fix or replace the item. They were happy to send a return label (no box)and I could trust that they would send a new undamaged one in a week or too.
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    3. Jeff on 9/26/2011, said:

    I love the look but it is a little heavy for a one handed weapon. It seems to either need a little off the blade or possibly a pommel.
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    4. Gordon on 7/20/2011, said:

    Superb cutlass! It's beautiful, both in materials and in the graceful sweep of the blade, but it's also light, flexible and has sufficient breadth for a good cut. It's also very well-made. A definite winner.
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    5. Scott on 3/4/2011, said:

    I got my cutlass a couple of days back and have been getting to know it, putting it thru my tests. After re-sharpening it to my specs, including the short back blade at the point; I can cleave a hanging pig thru the shoulder and three ribs, nicking the fourth. There is no problem with full swings and it handles very well with tight thrusts. Some of the reviews complained about the butt cap being sharp and uncomfortable when using it as a “sabre”; this is a short sword, a “cutlass”, primarily for thrusting, if used correctly the ridge on the butt cap is no problem. This cutlass will be a fine addition to my collection of fighting swords. With targe and cutlass in hand, it will serve me well in the next tourney. The first blood shed will be his and the win will be mine. --- The “Mad” Highlander
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    6. Thomas on 9/14/2009, said:

    Great blade but the ridge at the back of the handle can be uncomfortable if you try to swing it with your hand at the back end (sabre style). This may not be how they were used in the press of shipboard combat but the option would be nice.
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    7. Anonymous User on 4/2/2009, said:

    good pirate sword. Sharp edge of the butt cap cuts into your hand if your grip is too distal on a powerful swing
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    8. richard on 2/23/2009, said:

    It's what everyone thinks of when they think of a "PIRATE-SWORD". Comfortable feel, well balanced & lite weight enough for a petite woman wishing to pretend she is Ann Bonney, or Mary Reed: Two women pirate captains of the early 18th century.
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    9. Anonymous User on 2/22/2009, said:

    Steve the Pirate, Flagstaff, AZ Very pretty. Slight shifting in the wood grip, and the POB is 5 inches or so from the guard. In complete denial of physics, this sword is very responsive with tight defensive moves, full swings are a bit difficult to recover from.
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