Functional Swords, Knives and Armor
By: Windlass Steelcrafts
A magnificent reproduction of a chainmaille butted shirt which was the principal body defense of the knights in the 11t...
A magnificent reproduction of a chainmaille coif which was the principal head defense of the knights in the 11th, 12th ...
The left handed rapier belt is designed for the sword to be drawn from your right hip.
With the increasing sturdiness of plate armor, the sword became less and less effective against a fully armored knight.
It was always possible to drive the point of a weapon through the rings of a mail shirt or shear it with a good cut.
The Classic Medieval Sword is an Oakeshott Type X with a Type I pommel and a Type VII crossguard.
Despite the adulation and reverence given to the sword, the spear was generally the weapon of choice for Vikings.
As the Middle Ages gave way to the Renaissance, wood shields gradually yielded in popularity to steel shields, such as t...
This 11 inch long dirk blade showcases crisp etchings of the traditional Scottish foliage and thistle motif on both side...
The proliferation of plate armor across Medieval Europe was shadowed by the development of crushing weapons like this wa...
The stiletto was designed primarily as a thrusting weapon, with it's blade rarely being sharpened.
The Battle of Sticklestad was the final battle of Saint Olaf.
From the woods the hunter returns with his game.
The Roman Military was a feared opponent due to it's advanced formations that would quickly overwhelm an enemy force.
The Roman Army's approach to warfare was direct and pragmatic.
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The Scottish Dirk was a direct descendent of the Medieval ballock dagger.
Often overlooked by us modern sword lovers is the tremendous amount of stress placed on a sword blade during battle.
This swept hilt rapier was quite popular in the late 16th and early 17th centuries.
A Scottish tradition, the original Sgian Dubhs were frequently worn under the shirt close to the armpit.
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