By: Cold Steel
if you want to be a master at sword fighting your ultimate goal is to wield a razor sharp sword safely and effectively. You will need a proper durable training sword which is similar in size and weight to a real sword yet minimizes the possibility of causing life-threatening injury to yourself or your training partner. The Cold Steel line of Training Swords are made of heaviest grade polypropylene available and closely duplicate a real sword and are impervious to the elements. These swords are virtually unbreakable and are made to withstand full contact sparring.
5/5 average from 31 reviews
Rated by people who own this product
"The removable hilt won't secure fully to the main piece." -Matt (2/5)
Reliks Response - You need to apply a hard constant preasure on the guard to seat it properly. It is very tight so that it doesn't move during use.
"They are somewhat blade-heavy, but minus the guard, the balance is better." -Jem (4/5)
"Very durable, but the weight and balance and pommel make it difficult to weild. It's really good for training strength and stance, but very poor for sparring. I wound up whittling down the pommel to allow some kind of two handed use, as the corners of the pommel hurt your 2nd hand, should you use it-- which you probably do with sparring with this beast. Great for strength training, but as far as sparring goes I would recommend the Bokken or Hand and a Half." -Jordan (4/5)
"I'm sure it would be great if used with better protective equipment as designed for; for our purposes, too heavy and dangerous for free sparring with limited protection like we use." -Michael (3/5)
"solid waster for practical 1h combat" -Travis (4/5)
"Excellent product - very satisfied." -Harry (5/5)
"it is a good weight and size. My son is into knights and loved it!" -Sharon (4/5)
"The training sword is great for durability. The balance point is not correct. The pommel should be heavier, which would make the balance point correct. This training sword is better than any wooden one. I have not yet seen a better training sword... and I have been looking. I will convert my new students to metal swords when they are ready." -Harry (3/5)
"It reproduces well the weight and feeling of a metal training sword ! The only difference is the cross guard which is a lot thicker than the real thing. That makes it hard to practice some kinds of thrusts and counterattacks where locking the opponent's blade is very important. But for all the rest, great job !" -Kevin (5/5)
"Not much to look at, but after swinging it around a few times, I was very very impressed with the weight and durabilty" -Cara (5/5)
"Much better balanced and sturdier than a wooden training sword." -David (5/5)
"I found this piece very sturdy and well put together. I hope to use it for years to come." -Sam (5/5)
"the rubber band that holds the hilt in place snaped. A little work required to fix/replace. Otherwise good." -Michael (3/5)
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