Functional Swords, Knives and Armor
By: Windlass Steelcrafts
Legends of dragons and the tales the hunters that pursue them will always be alive and with either end of this dragon hu...
The "Sgian Dubh" which actually means black handled knife is a beautiful piece from Scottish culture.
Often considered the perfect balance between a stout arming sword and the finesse of a rapier, cut and thrust swords gen...
Since there has been warfare their have been some clever adaptations of common tools used as effective weaponry on the b...
This royal arming dagger features a fishtail type pommel popular during the 14th and 15th centuries.
A beautifully executed 17th Century Italian rapier with a very complex hilt and faceted pommel.
The cutlass, sword of the seas favoured by navy and pirates alike, was also used by some land infantry units but is best...
These period knee black knee britches have a royal satin-like finish.
This magnificent sword named The Accolade would have been a sword worthy of the Grand Master to knight a loyal member in...
Relive an Age of High Adventure!
The odd looking, but very effective Smatchet was the brain child of William Fairbairn (who also co-developed the Fairbai...
The V42 was a stiletto styled fighting knife based on the popular Fairbairn Sykes and issued during the Second World War...
This solid shield measures a full 32" x 20" and is made of curved wood, covered in a white canvas with a red (color may ...
Archers always carried an in-close fighting sidearm, and an axe like this one was a perfect choice as both a good worker...
Forged by the dark elves at the Windlass forge in ages beyond counting, this functional fantasy sword was held by the wo...
The Nordic warrior held his weapon in great reverence and often lavished them with elaborate decorations.
The axe is almost as old an implement as the club.
By the mid 1400's armor had developed to the point that it was almost impervious to a sword blow.
This long Knights Templar Cape is one of the heaviest and most elegant we have ever offered.
This early type of dirk evolved from the Kidney Dagger and was the first step toward the ornate Scottish Dirk we know to...
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