The incredible collection of high-quality weaponry offered by Ritter Steel can now be yours, thanks to the selection of pieces in this category. The functional weapons made by Ritter Steel are crafted with many age old techniques, including hand forging the blades over hot coals. With high carbon steel blades, wooden grips, and steel or brass guards and pommels, the battle ready swords that we offer make great choices for collectibles or tools. In addition to swords, our inventory includes excellent functional halberds, daggers, spears, and war hammers. These authentic weapons come in styles ranging from Japanese to Viking to Roman to Scottish and beyond. When you want a weapon with excellent utility, the impressive pieces here make an affordable and attractive choice!
The Authentics Celtic Spear is handcrafted with a blackened, flared spear head. This medieval weapon will command respect against other spears. Wider flared blades were widely used by the Celts for hunting as well as in battle.
Authentics Halberds are hand-crafted with blackened heads. Each head is secured with hand pounded rivets on a rectangular shaved blackened and seared wood handle. This halberd has a rectangular pole for authenticity.
When you want a functional flail that has a historical style, why not wield the Authentics Flail against your enemies on the battlefield? Take this flail to your next historical reenactment or add it to a medieval weaponry collection.
Authentics Halberd is hand-crafted with a blackened head. It is secured with hand pounded rivets on a rectangular, shaved, blackened, and seared wood handle. This functional halberd has a rectangular pole for authenticity.
Our Skull Flail looks like one you might find in an old dark ages dungeon! Fully functional, this flail has a blackened steel skull head with spikes. It is attached to the wrought iron bar on the seared wooden handle by a sturdy chain.
This war hammer is the real thing, with an overall length is about 29 inches. The blackened iron hammer head and spike are hand wrought iron on a blackened and seared wood handle. This hammer is menacing to behold.
With teeth that would chill anyone to the bone, this historical and functional dagger was carried by knights during the Middle Ages. Its name came from its function of catching a sword in its teeth and disabling or breaking it.