Battle Ready Blacksword

By: Windlass Steelcrafts
Battle Ready Blacksword Battle Ready Blacksword

Battle Ready Blacksword

By: Windlass Steelcrafts
(USD) $289.95

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Product Code: 4538

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Forged by the dark elves at the Windlass forge in ages beyond counting, this functional fantasy sword was held by the wood elves for hundreds of years until it was gifted to a man known by many names, but called "Blacksword" thereafter. Feared by orcs, dwarfs, men and evil beasts alike, the bearer of the sword carried out many great deeds until his death while slaying a great evil dragon. Own this beautifully weighted and balanced war sword, worthy of legend, for yourself. The parts are black, the grip is wood wrapped in leather for a secure grasp and the fully tempered high carbon steel blade is blued to a fine black luster with factory sharpening. Includes scabbard. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts


Reliks Product ID 4538
Manufacturer SKU 501176
Blade Length 32"
Blade Material 1065 High Carbon Steel
Blade Thickness 3/16"
Blade Width at Guard 1 7/8"
Edge Type Factory Sharpened
Full Length 42"
Handle Material Leather Wrapped / Wood Core
Point of Balance 3 1/2"
Scabbard Leather
Sword Weight 3 lbs 4 oz

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5/5 average from 23 reviews

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J - Verified Buyer

"Great product, looks bad***."

G - Verified Buyer

"more of a battle ready sword than decorative, i like it"

R - Verified Buyer

"over all good"

P - Verified Buyer

"Excellent weapon. It looks great and handles perfectly. The black paint fades a bit at the center of the blade but it just makes it look cooler. Realy worth buying."

A - Verified Buyer

"The only issue I have is that the scabbard is a very tight fit. Cannot draw the sword without some effort. Shouldn't be that tight. "

Response: It will work itself in once you have sheathed and un-sheathed your sword a few times. If you have some sword oil to your blade it will help keep it from sticking until the leather relaxes.

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