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.
Companion to the Faith keeper Sword, the high-carbon steel diamond cross-section blade on t his 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.
Satisfy your desire for long-bladed swords with this full-sized claymore. Made by Paul Chen based on surviving museum models.