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From the times of the Roman Gladiators, wooden swords have been used as a training tool. They allowed a warrior to practice full combat safely while preserving his precious steel for the real battle to come.

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Medieval Hand and Half Synthetic Training Sword

#803637
This training sword is made from the heaviest grade polypropylene, which is not as stiff as wood, but virtually unbreakable and highly cut-resistant. Approximating the size, feel, and heft of a live blade, the sword can be wielded safely with its 10 inches grip. Overall length of 44 inches.
$38.95

Medieval Training Sword

#900408
This durable training sword will hold up to the most rigorous training and has the esthetic beauty of a real medieval sword. Made of a super-strong polypropylene plastic with thick edges for ultimate safety.
$34.95

Tourney Arming Sword

#501685
The Tourney Series of blunt swords is the culmination of 20 years of experience producing swords and related pieces for re-enactment and stage use. This classic knightly sword design was used for hundreds of years on the battlefield.
$219.95

Tourney Hand and a Half Sword

#501683
The Tourney Series of blunt swords is the culmination of 20 years of experience producing swords and related pieces for re-enactment and stage use. This sword is great for one or two-handed battle and is a close recreation of the famous Oakeshott Type XVIIIa sword from "Records of the Medieval Sword".
$229.95

Tourney Viking Sword

#501684
The Tourney Series of blunt swords is the culmination of 20 years of experience producing swords and related pieces for re-enactment and stage use. This sleek Viking sword is lightweight and fast for a sword of this period.
$219.95

Medieval One-Hand Synthetic Training Sword

#803636
This training sword is made from the heaviest grade polypropylene, which is unbreakable and impervious to elements, though not as stiff as wood. Approximating the size, feel, and heft of a live blade, the sword can be wielded safely with its 7-1/4 inches grip. Overall length of 39-1/2 inches.
$35.95

Champion Stage Combat Sword

#501524
This historically-researched sword is made of a full-tang, thick-edged, 1065 high carbon steel blade with peened construction using solid steel parts. Used as a one-handed or hand-and-a-half sword on stage. Leather-wrapped wood grip. Leather scabbard with metal accents included. Overall length 39-1/4 inches.
$174.95

Training Parrying Main Gauche Rubber Dagger

#804506
This Main Gauche trainer is made of rubber and carefully fashioned to give a close approximation of realism without damaging the users. Overall length 21 inches.
$11.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Medieval One-Hand Synthetic Training Sword

This is really useful for sparring purposes and I've even used it on stage in
"PIPPIN" - we painted the grip brown and the blade silver and it worked very well.
Reviewed by: Rory, January 04, 2020

Review of: Medieval Hand and Half Synthetic Training Sword

This has been a great practice sword and I have even used it on stage in  some shows.
Reviewed by: Rory, January 04, 2020

Review of: Wooden Training Gladius

Perfect for use as a decorative piece, practice sword, or safe sword to go with an outfit. Made with a sturdy wood and has a nice finish. Highly recommended for anyone who wants a sword for play, practice, or display with an outfit without having a real blade.
Reviewed by: Ian, October 01, 2019

Review of: Medieval Hand and Half Synthetic Training Sword

I wanted a practice sword that approximated the length and weight of my Bosworth Longsword and this sword comes quite close (it is actually 3-3/8 inches shorter and heavier than the Bosworth sword, but does quite well)

This is the first time I have bought a polypropylene practice sword (the others are made of wood).  I am quite pleased with it and will be buying more of the polypropylene practice weapons in the future.

As an added bonus, I can take it into my medieval history class to show the students the size difference between it and the arming sword without violating the "no weapons" policy of the college!
Reviewed by: kevin, September 27, 2019

Review of: Medieval Practice Weapon - One Handed Sword

Well worth the price. Quality practice weapons and well made. Bought 2, one for myself and one for my lady. We both like them.
Reviewed by: HOWARD, July 12, 2019

Review of: Wooden Training Gladius

On the wall next to my Gladius- The Pompeii. Very pleased with the workmanship and price. Care in shipping and packaging and promptness also great. Like to think of it as my reward for many decades of survival in the arena of life!
Reviewed by: HOWARD, June 26, 2019

Review of: Medieval Practice Weapon - One Handed Sword

It's just what I expected. It has the right proportions and heft. A good first step to the metal stuff.
Reviewed by: Warren, January 29, 2019

Review of: Gladius Synthetic Training Sword

Probably unbreakable, water proof, and good weight to it, should last forever.
Reviewed by: Alan P, January 26, 2019

Review of: Synthetic Training Buckler

excellent for practice
Reviewed by: William, January 22, 2019

Review of: Wooden Training Gladius

My second one! Great substitute if you don't want the steel Real McCoy version. Great ribbed grip and pommel. Nice feel when held in ones hand.
Reviewed by: Bob, February 02, 2017