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Avast me hearties - MuseumReplicas.com can prepare you for your high seas adventure with our full line of Pirate Costumes, Weapons, Clothing and Accessories. Our offerings include buccaneer pirate costumes, weapons and accessories. Our pirate's bounty has everything you need to sail the Seven Seas, from a pirate cutlass to swords, sashes, boots and flags. Savvy!
Pirate swords and cutlasses define the bold buccaneer more than any other weapon. But, what type of blades did pirates use? One was the straight-bladed small sword, which was the perfect thrusting weapon and required some skill to wield. The light spadroon was another that was good for thrust attacks and was also a useful slashing blade. Perhaps the most famous of all pirate weapons is the pirate cutlass. This single-edged, slightly curved or straight sword could hack through ropes, flesh, and bone. In addition, the rapier may have seen action during the initial days of the “Golden Age of Piracy.” Pirate knives included the dagger, which came in handy when fighting in tight spaces or faced with tasks such as cutting sail, rope, or food. Finally, there was the dirk, a smaller version of the dagger, which could also be used as a throwing weapon.
Museum Replicas’ excellent range of pirate swords, cutlasses, and knives are perfect for the re-enactor and the collector. Made with exquisite detail and to last, these weapons would not be out of place in the hazardous seas of the 17th-century. So, whether you are a Captain, First Mate, or Sailing Master, fret not. Our swashbuckling collection offers excellent weapons that even Jack Sparrow would secretly envy. Have doubts about our claim? Check them out now or walk the plank.
Most of us do not necessarily associate pirate guns with buccaneers. We envisage pirates with cutlasses and small swords wreaking havoc on a burning ship. But, do not be mistaken. Pirate guns and pistols were essential components of their offensive arsenal. The most commonly used was the flintlock pistol, which ticked all boxes for pirate warfare – small, easy to carry, and perfect for close combat. Then there was the multi-barrelled pistol featuring two or four barrels that were designed to fire separately. Volley pistols were an upgrade on the multi-barrelled pistol in that several barrels could be fired simultaneously. Further, there was the pocket pistol that was small and easy to conceal and fired one shot at a time; these were meant to be used only at close range.
Museum Replicas' collection of non-firing replica pirate pistols includes the classic flintlock, a double barrel, and a dueling pistol, among other fantastic options. All items in this selection are artistically appealing. They are fashioned from a range of materials such as antiqued wood, metal, and faux ivory, and each is exquisitely detailed and made with the utmost care and expertise. Browse through the selection and you will find weapons that will impress even the most experienced seadog. Pick one and come aboard matey.
Women sailed the high seas along side of many famous pirates. MuseumReolicas.com offers one of the best selections of women’s pirate coats, shirts, pants and skirts. And what female scalawag would not be complete with a full line of pirate accessories for the ladies, too?
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