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Last Chance Swords, Knives & Daggers

It's your last chance to purchase these unique swords, knives, and weapons  Here you will find overruns and older models that are no longer n production.

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Midgard Knife

#404437
EDC like a Viking with this hardworking, dragon-infused sheath knife. A wide stalk tang ensures this 1075 high carbon steel blade will be strong enough to handle most everything you can throw at it. Skinning, cutting rope, and everyday tasks, this basic knife is versatile and tough.
$69.95

Sword of King Sancho IV

#501696
This replica ceremonial sword of King Sancho IV of Spain has a full tang 1065 high carbon steel blade. Features beautiful cast embellishments on the solid brass pommel and guard and a wood grip with inset cloisonne coats of arms. Includes a brown leather scabbard with brass parts and a heavy cotton weave belt. Comes factory sharp.
$374.95

"Iceman" Copper Age Fixed Blade Knife

#404438
Inspired by a knife found with the "Iceman" with a few modern updates, this knife has a hard wood handle with real copper wire wrap and leather neck sheath.
$49.95 $39.95

Knight Errant Stage Combat Sword

#501526
This historically researched sword is made of a full-tang, thick-edged, 1065 high carbon steel blade with peened construction using solid brass parts, to be used as a two-handed sword on stage. Leather-wrapped wood grip. Leather scabbard with metal accents included. Overall length 49-1/2 inches.
$194.95

Battlecry Hattin Falchion

#501508
The Hattin offers a sharp front-loaded blade whose center of percussion is capable of tremendous cleaving blows and chopping strikes. Yet, its center of gravity is well-balanced enough for a quick center-of rotation that gives its curved point impressive play. It is a serious cutting blade not for the weak-of-heart or weak-of-arm. Whether noble knight or common man at arms, it’s a prime example of this lesser-known and under-appreciated European sword form.
$234.95

Marto Sword of the Freemasons

#501449
This blade of this sword is crafted of 420 stainless steel and the hilt features several symbols of the Masonic tradition. Grip decorated with silver-plated metal. Overall length of 46 inches.
$244.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Marto Sword of the Freemasons

This is definitely NOT the usual cheap sword made from China. The quality is superb! Never go wrong with this sword as a gift.
Reviewed by: Douglas, April 20, 2021

Review of: "Iceman" Copper Age Fixed Blade Knife

I bought this as a gift for my youngest son.  It fits well in a small hand. The grip to blade ratio makes it very manageable. I believe a fixed blade is safer for a child.  As a child, I once had a folding knife fold back on my fingers.  He can place his finger along the spine to do detailed work. The knife fits deeply and tightly in the sheath.  It was not very sharp, which gave us an opportunity to work on that skill.   It is also a memorable piece that appeals to his enthusiasm for history.
Reviewed by: MIchael, February 18, 2021

Review of: Battlecry Hattin Falchion

It's hard to find a good reproduction falchion, especially at this price point. The Battlecry series in general is high quality and if you add in a servieable scabbard and a free sword frog it makes the overall value sky high. The weapon is blade forward as it should be and well constructed. The "machete style" blade is pretty unique as well. You would NOT want to get struck with this thing. Only the Battlecry war hammer and axe can compare.
Reviewed by: Jarod, April 20, 2020

Review of: Battlecry Hattin Falchion

Superb rendering of this historical weapon.  The scabbard is a little tight and does not easily render itself to drawing the weapon quickly but I expect this will resolve itself with use.
Reviewed by: Mike, November 28, 2019

Review of: Battlecry Hattin Falchion

Being a falchion one would expected the sword to be very blade heavy.  This is not the case with this sword. It is very light, maneuverable, and surprisingly well-balanced.  
I like how windlass chose to use a hexagon design for the handle. I find it very easy to get a secure and solid grip.
For the price range you can't find a better production Falchion.
If this sword happens to be the Deal of the Day. BUY IT!!! You will not regret it.
Reviewed by: Franco, August 31, 2019

Review of: Battlecry Hattin Falchion

This blade is beautiful!  The black parts have a varied pattern to it that makes it look like stone instead of metal.  It's well worth the money if this is the type of blade you're looking for!
Reviewed by: Lisa, January 24, 2019