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!
Never underestimate something small, because it might be a weapon like this Wood Grip Hand Hatchet that saves your life, especially when you consider that any weapon is better than no weapon when faced with a hungry zombie.
In the art of fencing and sparring, a main gauche is a handy tool to have for blocking blows from an enemy blade. This Wood Grip Main Gauche features a classic design that will go perfectly with our Wood Grip Rapier (Item # SH1024).
Swept hilt rapiers are classic fencing swords, used for centuries as ways of solving gentlemanly disagreements among nobles. Based upon designs from 17th century Europe, this Wood Grip Rapier is a traditional Renaissance fencing sword.
A prominent figure in several aspects of Japanese culture, Zatoichi is the legendary blind samurai. The Wood Handled Zatoichi Stick Sword is designed after his iconic weapon used in the long running book, television, and film series.
You need to know that your axe can take strain and stress without a drop in performance. The Woodworker Axe can do just that, being a reliable and effective tool that any outdoorsman would gladly keep at their side.
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.
The Yari was an essential battlefield weapon of the Samurai and took great skill to use and maneuver due to its length and size. We now have two Yari designs, both based on originals dating to feudal Japan.
CAS Hanwei now has four exciting versions of the stick sword of Zatoichi, the legendary blind Samurai. The ever-popular black SH1014, with its fully tempered carbon steel blade is now joined by the SH2298.
A good axe is something that every zombie survivor should have. That does not mean that everyone should carry a firemans axe, because for most survivors, an axe like this Z-Hunter Green Skull Hand Axe will serve their needs perfectly.
When the zombie apocalypse breaks out, you will want to have versatile tools on hand to help you stay a survivor. The Zom-b Tactical Tomahawk offers a great option to keep on hand for a number of different uses.