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Many pole weapons of the Middle Ages were designed by the peasants, who took hand tools and combined them with long poles to make weapons. This Voulge Gisarme is no different, combining a cleaving blade, simple hook, and a point.
The Wallace Scottish Sword is based on a blade that was reported to have been wielded by William Wallace in the Battle of Stirling Bridge and in the Battle of Falkirk in the Wars of Scottish Independence, when this hero made his name.
Axes have traditionally been used for a wide variety of purposes, being both a weapon and a tool. This War Axe, though, is less a tool and more a weapon of war, designed purely for use on the field of battle.
With its curved, sickle-like shape, the khopesh of Ancient Egypt was a deadly and versatile, weapon. This Warriors Khopesh Sword recreates its shape for the modern-day enthusiast to own, enjoy, and even carry, if they should so desire.
Modeled after the Viking sword, this blade is suited for a respectable and strong Viking Warrior. Classic and historical in its design, the Warrior's Viking Sword with Scabbard is a straight-forward blade that was designed for war.
High officers in the military were not the only ones who carried ceremonial swords. Even sub-officers sometimes carried them. This WW2 Army Officers Cavalry Sword, for instance, reflects a more subdued design for lower ranks.
This WW2 Army Officer Saber combines the heraldic look of the lion with the equally potent symbolism of the sword to create a powerful weapon that embodies the notions of military might, leadership, and personal skill.
As a symbol, the sword stands for military might and prowess, and as such, it has remained a side-arm of military units across the world. This WW2 Infantry Officers Sword is a more modern take on the traditional officers small sword.