No matter what kind of historical weapon you are looking for, you will find Windlass products relevant to your interests. Windlass excels in making functional weapons that double as works of art. Buying a Sword carries not only battle ready swords but various other medieval polearms, war hammers, functional maces, and an assortment of LARP weapons. A number of their high carbon steel and foam latex weapons are inspired by popular fantasy series like Lord of the Rings, the Wheel of Time, Assassins Creed, Game of Thrones, and Conan the Barbarian. In addition to these licensed weapons, Windlass crafts a variety of other fantasy swords and weapons with striking looks. Their historical designs come in a range of options, as well, such as Greek swords, Scottish claymores, military sabers, medieval spears, Middle Eastern daggers, and medieval axes. In addition to functional blades, Windlass also produces excellent replica weapons and decorative swords and daggers with detailed engravings and sculpted handles that make fine display pieces and collectors items. Browse among the Windlass weapons here at Buying a Sword to see the wealth of options available to you.
Designed by Bruce Brookhart, the 17th Century Italian Rapier has a design that looks wonderful, both on and off the battlefield. Whether you fight with it or display it for all to see, it makes a great choice for any collection.
The single edged blade has a single broad fuller running from the ricasso to near the point. The entire hilt is cast brass and the grip is ribbed. The pommel is global with a capstan. The grip is flanked by kidney-shaped hand guards.
If you wish to portray a Union officer or an military officer prior to the Civil War, then look at the 1850 Union Staff and Field Sword. The sword is great for historical reenactments, displays, and more.
The Acre Broadsword has been hand-forged by expert smiths with decades of experience, ensuring that it will make a fantastic weapon for your home armory. The functional sword is crafted from tough 1065 high carbon steel.
Fans of medieval blade replicas are sure to appreciate the expert craftsmanship evident in the Agincourt War Sword. Forged by experienced master smiths, the striking functional sword is made from tough 1065 high carbon steel.
This well-balanced, fast sword was designed for the mounted fighter. A solid steel hilt with spiral carved hardwood grip is married to an effective 1085 high carbon, well tempered blade. It comes with a black scabbard with steel mounts.
Archers always carried an in-close fighting sidearm, and an axe like this one was a perfect choice as both a good worker and a weapon. The flat poll was good for hammering in stakes and then the blade could be used to sharpen them.
The remains of a mace of this type were found in the River Thames. Little finesse was needed for this brutal mace, and a warrior strong enough to wield it could crush helms and break swords with the heavy blows it could deliver.
Brought back by popular demand, the Bastard Sword is a Windlass Classic blade. 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.
The Beowulf Belt is truly a fantastic belt made of a heavy grade brown leather, which measures a full 74 inches in length. Nickel studs adorn the belt, and it also features a fine brass buckle as decoration.