Throughout the ages, many kinds of weapons have been used in combat aside from swords. When you want a functional weapon to use in your historical re-enactment or battle, be sure to check out the wealth of options available to you here at Buying a Sword. These battle ready weapons include functional daggers and functional polearms like war hammers, flails, spears, maces, halberds, and axes, giving you plenty of variety. These re-enactment weapons appear in many different styles, as well, such as medieval and Renaissance, Viking, and fantasy. Each of these historical weapons is crafted with attention to accuracy and quality to ensure that they look great while remaining hardy enough for use. Check out our range of medieval weapons to find the right kind to suit your needs!
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.
The jintachi is a modern-day design of ancient tachi swords, which were used by samurai prior to the development of the katana. The White Sakura Jintachi with Burgundy Scabbard serves as a great example of the Japanese blade.
Most people know of William Wallace due to the film Braveheart, in which the character wielded an enormous two-handed sword. The William Wallace Claymore replicates this sword with beautiful precision and places it in your own hands.
The earliest Scottish clansmen were strong and fearless. They wielded large swords with a simple yet powerful design. One was a man named William Wallace, who could have carried an early Scottish claymore sword like this in battle.
The Katana of the Wind and Thunder set is designed specifically for the martial artist who needs a sword to meet the demands of heavy target cutting. The Katana features a heavier and thicker blade with traditional furniture and fittings.
The Wind and Thunder Wakizashi works great for tameshigiri, the Japanese art of target test cutting that began in the Edo period. It has a thick, heavy blade and includes a gorgeous wind and thunder design.
Add the Winged Roman Spearhead to your own haft to create a one-of-a-kind pole weapon. It resembles the winged spearheads of centuries past. This hand-forged iron spearhead is a great item for DIY projects or historical displays.
The macaque, also called the Japanese snow monkey, knows that survival requires communal support, especially during the winter chill. The Winter Sun Katana mirrors the cold reality of the darkest days of the year in its design.
Take the Witching Hour Survival Axe with you as you face all the things that go bump in the night. The full tang black stainless steel axe keeps a low profile but makes a deep impact when used for any chopping or cleaving activities.
The Witch-king does the earthly bidding of Sauron, commanding the terrifying Nazgul. He is made even more frightening when he draws his legendary blade. You can feel his power when you wield the Witch-King Elite Series Sword.
This gothic sword possesses an inherent character that is well-suited for dark lords of all sorts. Of course, its name tells of the blades origin, and in that wraiths hands this Witchking Sword with Scabbard was nigh unbeatable.
This gothic sword possesses an character that is well-suited for dark lords of all sorts. Of course, its name tells of the blades origin, and in that wraiths hands this Witchking Sword with Scabbard and Belt was nigh unbeatable.