By: Windlass Steelcrafts
As the Middle Ages gave way to the Renaissance, wood shields gradually yielded in popularity to steel shields, such as this round, steel buckler. A terrific asset for mercenaries in crashing through lines of pikemen, this shield was easily maneuverable and strong. Made in India of 18 gauge steel with a rolled edge and leather grips. Popular from the late 15th until well into the 17th century. Diameter-23 1/8 inch * Wt.-6 lbs.
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"The straps on the back are not adjustable, which is a bit of a down side, but overall, GREAT!" - Kevin (4/5)
"It's a good blocking size, smooth, a bit thin to take axe hits though." - Eric (4/5)
"Pretty much what I expected. Nice enough, solid, well-built. " - Roger (4/5)
This swept hilt rapier was quite popular in the late 16th and early 17th centuri... more
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