Practice & Theatrical Weapons
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.
This sword is made of wood, akin to the ones used by Gladiators for training, and honoring retiring warriors. Overall length 27 inches.
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.
This strong two-handed training waster is hand-crafted of solid, fully seasoned hardwood, designed after edge-weapon designs from the 12th to 15th centuries. Contrasting wood guard and pommel. Overall length 48-1/4 inches.
This strong one-handed training waster is hand-crafted of solid, fully seasoned hardwood, representing edge-weapon designs from the 12th to 15th centuries. Contrasting wood guard and pommel. Overall length 38-1/4 inches.