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Pirate Swords, Cutlasses & Knives

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.

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Pirate's Baldric w/ Knives

#200634
This black baldric fits most types of swords. Knives are tempered high carbon steel. Overall length of 10-3/4 inches.
$64.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: The Corsair Pirate Cutlass

This is an AMAZINGLY beautiful piece. The pictures don't do it justice. The handle and guard are amazing! All my pirate friends are green with envy. Can't say I'm a huge fan of the Baldric that comes with it, but it is nice that it is added in.
Reviewed by: David, July 10, 2020

Review of: The Corsair Pirate Cutlass

Love this sword so, so much. Easily the favorite of my collection now. Everything about it just feels perfect and intimidating. The baldric is amazingly well made and completes the entire thing. Similar to review titled "Great Cutlass!" the guard and pommel notch were slightly off. And the ray skin wrapped around the handle was a little loose, but some superglue fixed that right up. Neither of those issues made me regret the purchase.
Reviewed by: Stephen, May 19, 2020

Review of: Golden Coast Cutlass

Interesting: This cutlass uses a regulation French shell (see many other examples of shell in early 19th century France's calvary.) However, all those blades were straight.     The curve in this makes it a weapon requiring investment of both personal capital for the modified blade as well as respect for the officer's uniform.    Amazing piece.
Reviewed by: Michael, April 14, 2020

Review of: Golden Coast Cutlass

When I google US Naval Cutlass, a nearly identical weapon is found.

This is an impressive cutlass and I carry it with pride.
Reviewed by: Michael, April 12, 2020

Review of: The Corsair Pirate Cutlass

This blade is a lot of fun. It has a great balance and a nice over all feel. It is well executed except for the pommel notch on mine was slightly off from the guard. Should be an easy fix though. The baldric is a nice addition. I am very happy with my purchase.
Reviewed by: Dan, September 30, 2019

Review of: The Corsair Pirate Cutlass

Love this Short but heavy blade.  Made for chopping.  The feel is great and the look was just what I was looking for. The suede baldric looks and feels much better then what you see in the photos.  Not my first sword from Museum Replicas nor will it be my last.
Reviewed by: Andrew, September 16, 2019

Review of: Golden Coast Cutlass

Nothing bad to say about this cutlass.  One of my best !
Reviewed by: Philippe, February 21, 2019

Review of: Golden Coast Cutlass

This is a cutlass that ErroI Flynn or Basil Rathbone would be proud of!  I purchased the Golden Coast cutlass as part of the Black Friday madness, and I don't regret a doubloon of the purchase price, Matey.  There does not appear to be any of the faux-gold wash on either the half-basket hilt or blade, which IMHO is all to the good:  Why gild the lily?  The blade is very plain, with no fuller and (truth to tell) a "soft" ridge line.  The basket and grip are large enough to accommodate a gauntleted hand, which is one of my litmus tests for a truly functional weapon.  Overall, an admirable rendering of this swashbuckling sword type!
Reviewed by: Stanley, December 08, 2017

Review of: Damascus Sgian Dubh Raider Knife

The product is beautiful and is suitable as part of the medieval clothing.
Reviewed by: Jorma, August 27, 2016

Review of: Damascus Sgian Dubh Raider Knife

This is a well crafted dagger with a beautiful Damascus blade. It's made in Pakistan.  
Reviewed by: Guest, November 07, 2014