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.
Armor of all degrees would be sorely damaged with this hammer. The spike could crush through a helmet or damage a sword arm to great effect. Steel langets help to guard the shaft as well as secure the head to the hardwood shaft.
The spear is one of the oldest and most important of all weapons. The Celts, as well as the Vikings, used this type not for throwing, but as an cutting weapon. The Hewing Spearhead socket will fit a 1.25 inch round pole.
The Jambiya is found in every country that has been inhabited by the Arabs, from Turkey to the Balkans, even in Spain. It is unsure how old this exotic knife type is. Our offering is of the form found in Persia and India.
The leather axe frog boasts an oversized nickel plated ring for cradling the head of even the heaviest axe, ensuring that whether you arm yourself with a hand axe or a two handed axe, you can keep it at your side with ease.
This leather frog attaches to the back of your belt to hold your main gauche or dagger on your back. Hand crafted from the finest quality leather, this frog allows for a dagger to be hidden away and drawn when your foes least expect it.
For the swashbuckler and swordsman, having a place to keep your sword is very important. Keep your weapon secure with the Leather Broadsword Frog. It is wonderful for roleplaying events such as LARP battles and onstage productions.
Made of sturdy 7/8 oz. black leather, this frog has two different size adjustments to fit your dagger. Designed for a left hand draw, this frog hangs on your right side, allowing you to carry both sword and dagger with ease.
This sword hanger is hand crafted from the finest quality leather. This frog has three different size adjustments to perfectly fit your sword, ensuring that you can always keep your trusty sword at your side.
Your rapier scabbard fits through leather loops on the carrier at the best angle for quick access. Hand crafted from the finest quality leather, this frog ensures that nobles and swordsmen alike can carry their sword with ease.
This is a spear that would thrust effectively, and yet have the power to cut decisively. The blade is made from high carbon steel and is slim and attractive to see. It is just the spear to carry on your next medieval outing.
This Viking spear is hand forged of high carbon steel. The spearhead includes a 4.5 inch steel socket and the blade is 9.25 inches long, 2 inches wide and 3/16 an inch thick. The overall length of the Viking spear is 14.75 inches.
The early Gladius (our version is the Maintz pattern) was wasp waisted with a long point that combined cutting power and stabbing ability in one handy weapon. This is the sword that helped the Romans conquer most of the known world.