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Swept Hilt Rapier

#500094
This rapier sword is hand-forged and has a high carbon steel blade with a diamond cross section. All-steel guard and pommel are accented with a real bleached, polished bone grip. Overall 43-3/4 inches.
$299.95

Munich Sword

#501144
This is a perfect example of a German military cut-and-thrust swept hilt carried by the Munich Town Guard. The slightly shorter blade and stout hilt were perfect for breaking up a street fight or tavern brawl, as the town guard was often employed to do. Our replica has a sharp, well-tempered 1065 high carbon steel blade, steel pommel and guard, and wire-wrapped wood grip.
$324.95

Stiklestad Viking Sword

#500670
This viking sword is made from high carbon steel. Pommel and guard are decorated with copper. Leather covered wood grip. Complete with scabbard. Overall 37 inches.
$324.95

Shirasaya

#500992
This hand-forged Japanese blade is crafted of AISI 1060 high carbon steel. The mune (back of blade) and the ha (edge) is 45° Rockwell and 58° Rockwell respectively. Comes with Certificate of Authenticity. Made in a 2600-year-old swordmaking center. Overall length of 39-3/8 inches.
$369.95

Pirate Captain's Hanger Sword

#500968
This Hanger is antiqued brass with a steel hilt and a high carbon steel blade. Includes scabbard. Overall 32-1/2 inches. Comes factory sharp.
$189.95

Windlass Oakeshott Type XIV

#500972
This medieval arming sword features a blade that swells slightly at the top to put more weight in the hand to improve its cut and thrust capabilities, making for a very fast sword. Arrives sharpened from the factory.
$294.95

Musketeer Rapier

#500784
This rapier features a hand-forged 1065 high carbon steel blade. Ambidextrous hilt and wood grip wrapped in wire. Overall length of 46 inches.
$349.95

Deschaux Rapier

#500862
This rapier has a blade made of 1065 high carbon steel. Features three ringed swept hilt and wire wrapped bone grip. Includes scabbard. Overall length of 46 inches.
$349.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Spiculus Gladius with Genuine Bone Grip

I I just received mine today,I ordered the 3 day shipping,well worth it.I have other roman swords from this sight and this is the one I like best.My sword weights 2.1 oz, Everthing about the sword is great! I came sharp enough to cut geo. ads-paper.The seath is one of the best I seen , haven':t cut with it yet due to just received it and it"s a christmas presentI For the money I feel this is one of the best looking and made roman swords on the market to day.Rember only cut water bottles,mats and bamboo,safe cutting Ray Blundell
Reviewed by: ray , December 08, 2022

Review of: Spiculus Gladius with Genuine Bone Grip

This Spiculus gladius easily gets a 5star rating in my opinion.  The overall build is top quality.  The wooden and faux bone handle looks and feels great.. The Windlass blade is very sharp, light, and strong.  Definitely a battle ready piece.  The scabbard is probably one of the nicest ones I own relative to both quality and looks.  I am super happy with this purchase.  I’ve always wanted a gladius sword in my collection and this is probably my favorite already..
Reviewed by: Chris, September 19, 2022

Review of: Hanwei / Tinker Sharp 9th Century Viking Sword

Great and well balanced
Reviewed by: Russell, September 14, 2022

Review of: Spiculus Gladius with Genuine Bone Grip

True to Museum Replicas word, this Gladius is light weight and easy to handle as well as SHARP. I am not a fan of Nero, but this Gladius IS top notch and will hold up in battle. The Overview of this Gladius is accurate. Of course, my favorite, is the Roman Gladius, my first purchase.
Reviewed by: William, September 04, 2022

Review of: Hanwei / Tinker Sharp Bastard Sword with Fuller

I guess I was just disappointed that the sword was not made be Museum Replicas the "China" label was disheartening.

I have made at least 2 purchases, maybe 3 from United Cutlery as well as Museum Replicas and always had faith in the quality. This time.......not so much. Loved the sword not the production label considering paying the price over 200.00 dollars.
Reviewed by: Paul, June 27, 2021

Review of: Raptor Katana Moroha Zukuri

This is my second Hanwei sword and it is of quite high quality.

The good
-Extremely well balanced and light.
-Feels great in the hand.
-Tight ito and samegawa panels.
-Fits extremely well in the saya and does not rattle.
-All fittings are tight and do not rattle

The bad
-The tsuba on this sword has a spot where the blackened steel flaked off. I'm sure this is a casting flaw and probably does not represent every sword.

I have not cut with this blade as I currently do not have access to an appropriate amount of space to do so. Please bear that in mind.

If you need a more thorough review including cutting, look up Matthew Jensen on YouTube.

Museum Replicas shipping was fast and a pleasure to do business with.
Reviewed by: Chris, May 05, 2021

Review of: Takeda Shingen Katana

Beautifully rendered, well balanced and sturdy against my overgrown practice bamboo garden.   Worthy of the most honorable Samurai
Reviewed by: Mike, December 22, 2020

Review of: Hanwei / Tinker Sharp Early Medieval Sword

Received this item today, so these are simply initial thoughts and impressions.

It looks pretty good. No defects noted yet. Sheath is black leather, not sure if genuine leather or not. Nice cap on the bottom with a flat tip for resting the sheathed sword on the ground. Draw is fairly easy, but with a nice snug fit with a fair amount of resistance. Sword does rattle a bit in the tip of the sheath.

Grip appears to be made of the same leather as the sheath. Pommel is very shiny. Smears and shows any amount off fingerprints or oil from the hand quite easily.

Now for the fun stuff. I haven't done much with it yet, but I did give a few practice swings.  Appears to be quite well balanced.  Balance point is approximately 5 inches above the crossguard. As to be expected from 5160 carbon steel, the blade is bendy. Like, very, very springy and bendy. The blade is sharp, but not super sharp. Blade gradually increases in sharpness as you proceed to the tip, all as expected.

All in all, I'm fairly pleased. So far, I feel I got exactly what was advertised and expected.
Reviewed by: Jacob, November 19, 2020

Review of: Hanwei / Tinker Sharp Bastard Sword with Fuller

Awesome sword. Well balanced. Decently sharp.
Reviewed by: Gary, November 16, 2020

Review of: Hanwei / Tinker Sharp Bastard Sword with Fuller

this sword is extremely lightweight and just overall great
Reviewed by: Master, October 08, 2020