Functional Swords, Knives and Armor
By: Windlass Steelcrafts
Made by the government contractor Windlass Steelcrafts.
During the height of plate armour, this narrow, sharply-pointed sword was one of the most successful in finding chinks i...
Inspired by the swashbuckling antics of Captain Jack, it's for those who still live by the "Code".
Believed to have been introduced in the ranks of the Roman Army during the first century A.
The Viking Seax also known as the sax wasn't limited to the vikings.
Named for the final battle of the Percy Rebellion of 1402-1408, this style dagger is typical of well-to-do martial wear ...
This simple, yet artful design was a highly effective dagger when wielded by Swiss Mercenaries through the 1500-1600s.
Perfect for re-enactors or stage performers who need authentic looks, but don't want authentic weight!
The sugarloaf style of helm was the forerunner of what would become the great helm and eventually gave way to the lighte...
The axe was a formidable sidearm of the medieval knight, especially during the crusades.
This lavish helmet would be perfect for a Viking chieftain.
Whether you are a descendant of the Bruce or simply an avid collector of swords, you will truly appreciate this piece as...
This famous son of Erik the Red is credited as the first Viking ever to reach the shores of North America.
This striking medieval dagger is the matching companion piece to our Accolade sword.
In 871 AD, the young Prince Alfred, later known as Alfred the Great, valiantly lead the army of King Ethelred of Wessex ...
The US military used the same basic bolo knife from the turn of the century through WWII.
The fist war hammer first appeared in the 13th century but was made from bronze.
The Greek Peltasts or light infantry of ancient Greece were armed with multiple light javelins which often were affixed ...
Spears have come in all types but one of the most interesting is the hewing spear, Unlike the more common throwing spear...
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