Due to COVID-19 our online store will continue to operate normally. The Customer Service hours will be from 09:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.. The delivery of the merchandise may suffer some delay due to the difficulties caused by this situation of Sanitary Alarm in Logistics.
We can make direct shipments to United States of all products that we have on our website.
Shipping costs are automatically calculated after adding products to the shopping cart.
The delivery Time of our products varies between ten and fifteen days.
For the purchase of Blank Firing Guns, you MUST indicate us your Weapons License Number
Historic swords from Acero Toledano, Swords from toledo, Gladius, etc.
Copied from a sword shown in Ian Pierce’s book “Swords of the Viking Age”
An old legend has it that a Nordic smith named Ulfberht developed the first all steel blade. This crucial development achieved near - mythical status among warriors, making this one of the most important swords in the study of medieval weapons. Several of these blades from slightly different time periods exist, some engraved in gratitude and reverence with Ulfberht’s hallowed name.
Prior to the Ulfberht swords, all European swords were of the pattern welded variety. Soft iron bars were welded together with strips of steel, forged into a blade shape, then a steel edge was welded onto the sword. But, the Ulfberht sword was a quantum leap in both technology and design. Made not of strips, but good carbon steel blades with enough carbon content to produce excellent swords. The design of the sword was also an improvement. The blade tapered more sharply to the point than did previous blades. This put the balance of the sword closer to the hand, making a sword that was faster on both the stroke and recovery than previous blades.
The etchings on both sides of our blade are copied exactly so that our reproduction is identical, warts and all. Made of high carbon steel (actually better than the original) it is beautifully balanced. The grip is wood wrapped with leather. The stout crossguard is steel and the pommel is of the Brazil nut shape that was quite popular at the time, both with Vikings and the rest of Europe. A beautiful and important sword.
Comes with scabbard.
Viking Sword that the "basic" Norse warrior would have worn and used. The parts are not as fancy as the ones on our other Viking swords but are classic to this period. The slashing blade with a long wide fuller makes for a very well - balanced sword that feels good in the hand. Parts are steel and the grip is wood covered in leather.
A beautifully executed 17th Century rapier with a very complex hilt and faceted pommel. The grip is hand wound with silver plated wire with woven wire rings top and bottom. The hand forged, high carbon steel, fully tempered blade features a wide fuller to lighten and strengthen it for thrusting and the heavy ricasso provides extra strength to the main stress area. This type of sword was deadly effective as a dueling weapon.
Top quality, genuine leather scabbard with deeply engraved floral pattern on the throat and tip.
This massive broad sword could have easily been used at the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485, cutting and slashing its way through the Tudor ranks. As large as this sword is, it is still amazingly light and well balanced. The wide blade is forged of high carbon steel, while the pommel and cross guard have been antiqued with a darkened, aged finisH. The large 7" handle is wrapped in soft black leather with a steel separator ring and can easily accommodate two hands.
Bastard Sword includes scabbard.