Products tagged with 'battle ready'
Explore our range of historical battle-ready weapons. Virtually all of these are hand-forged from high carbon steel and tempered to make them both strong and flexible, just like an authentic functional piece should be.
This long dagger has an unpolished stained wood grip and low-sheen brass fittings. The brown leather scabbard complements the dagger fittings with a brass chape and throat with a roaring lion's head belt hook, befitting a nobleman.
This Dagger is a companion to the Faith keeper Sword, the high-carbon steel diamond cross-section blade on this dagger has a pierced cross of the Knights Templar at its ricasso. The pommel features a reversed inset image of the Signet of the Knights Templar, which can be used as a wax seal. The crossguard is inscribed on both sides with the Latin phrase Militum Xristi, “Seal of the Soldiers of Christ.”
This Raptor Katana of the Paul Chen / Hanwei series is made in the Kissaki Moro Ha Zukuri style based on a Tachi blade believed to have been forged around 800 AD by the smith Amakuni.
This Raptor Katana of the Paul Chen / Hanwei series is made in the more common Shinogi-Zukuri style and is excellent for cutting practice. Forged of 5160 high-carbon steel and specially heat treated.
This Katana from the Paul Chen / Hanwei series is made in the Shobu-Zukuri or Iris Leaf style. Forged of 5160 high-carbon steel and specially heat treated.
Based on an original British museum piece, the Marshall Sword is the epitome of a single-handed broadsword. Replicated by Paul Chen / Hanwei in Damascus Steel.
Hand and a half sword based on the Oakeshott Type XVIIIA. The blade is 5160 high carbon steel.
The Lowlander sword is a large two-handed blade that has Gaelic origins. This Paul Chen sword faithfully replicates a surviving museum piece. Made of 1566 high carbon steel.