The English Cutlass
Carried during the 1600’s and 1700’s, this type sword was also called a hanger. (The term cutlass wasn’t used as an exclusive term for the sailor’s fighting sword until the 1800’s.) It was frequently used by officers as a close quarters battle weapon because of its compact dimensions. This replica has a tough, tempered high carbon steel blade and a solid brass heart shaped guard characteristic of the period. Leather scabbard with brass throat and tip. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts® with the same care and attention to detail lavished onto the swords crafted for government defense contracts all over the world. Hand forged, high carbon steel blade. Can be sharpened for an additional fee.
American Revolutionary War Saber
17th Century Italian Rapier
A beautifully executed 17th Century rapier with a very complex hilt and faceted pommel. The grip is hand wound with silver plated wire with woven wire rings top and bottom. The hand forged, high carbon steel, fully tempered blade features a wide fuller to lighten and strengthen it for thrusting and the heavy ricasso provides extra strength to the main stress area. Top quality, genuine leather scabbard with deeply engraved floral pattern on the throat and tip. This type of sword was deadly effective as a dueling weapon. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®.
Blade: 35-1/2" long, 13/16" wide, 3/16" thick
Wt: 2 lbs/8 oz
Pirate Captain's Hanger
The Pirate Captain's Hanger is made of beautiful antiqued brass and has a steel hilt. The fully tempered high carbon steel blade is worth its salt against any sea beast or while swarming the side of a galley. Your pirate captain’s costume is incomplete without this hanger. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®. Can be sharpened for additional fee.
Blade: 26" long, 1-1/8" wide, 3/16" thick
Wt: 2 lbs
There are several of these swords in different private and public collections, one in the Wallace Collection and several at the Bavarian National Museum. It's a perfect example of a German military cut-and-thrust swept hilt carried by the Munich Town Guard. The slightly shorter blade and stout hilt were perfect for breaking up a street fight or tavern brawl, as the town guard was often employed to do, and was clearly intended for practical use. One of the most practical and prolific swords we have ever offered. Has a well-tempered 1095 high carbon steel blade. The pommel and guard are steel and the grip is wood wrapped in twisted steel wire for a very positive hold. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts, includes scabbard. Matching dagger available.
Blade: 34" long, 2-1/4" wide, 3/16" thick
Wt: 3 lbs
Pirate's Companion Sword
Where would the seafaring rogue be without his trusty cutlass? This stout sword is made to be as rugged as the originals. High carbon steel blade. Gorgeous brass basket and nice hardwood grip. No need to sail the high seas in search of ill-gotten riches; this beauty is a treasure in itself. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®. Can be sharpened for additional fee. Also available left handed.
Blade: 26" long
Wt: 2 lbs
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 and is worn at the stomach under a sash or belt. Beautiful solid hardwood grip with decorative rondels. Hardwood scabbard covered in thin black leather with nickel tip.
Blade: 8-1/4" long, 2" wide, 3/16" thick
Wt: 12 oz
This curved, double-edge blade was perfect as a close combat weapon. It originated in the Georgian Republic of Russia, but was best known as a Cossack weapon. High carbon steel blade, hardwood grip and full tang. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®. The Kindjal comes with a scabbard and can be sharpened for an additional fee.
Cossack Shasqua Sword
Known first as a Cossack weapon that was used on horseback, the sword type was made the official officer’s sword of the Soviet Union. Brass pommel is marked with star, sickle and hammer. Grip is hand carved hardwood. Tempered high carbon blade. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®.
The crashing of waves, the roar of cannons, the shout of sea rogues through the foreboding mist - this new cutlass can't help but unleash adventurous images. Scottish born Capt. William Kidd, we're sure, would have favored this sword. As seen in period art, the Scottish Basket-Hilt was at times married to a cutlass blade (this one has a double edge for the first 9" of the blade). The basket itself provided excellent hand protection and could deliver a hard blow in the crowded melee that ensued on board. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®. Includes scabbard. $3.00 additional Shipping & Handling charge with item. Can be sharpened for additional fee.
Blade: 25" long, 2-1/8" wide. 3/16" thick
Wt: 3 lbs/4 oz
The advantage of the sword point over the edge became increasingly evident by the end of the 16th century. The Rapier, with its long, elegantly thin profile which emphasized its point, became the popular choice in civilian self-defense. It was however a somewhat unwieldy weapon especially when it was used in narrow, crowded streets and alleyways. Eventually, by the end of the 17th century, a more sophisticated, shorter and lighter version of the Rapier emerged; the Small Sword.
Civilians carried it for as long as swords remained an integral part of fashionable dress. Its primary advantage was its stiff, lightweight blade which was forged in a triangular cross section. It was a highly lethal weapon, ideal for thrusting, and hung conveniently from a sash, baldric, or belt. The hilt (compared to the Rapier's) was simple and smartly functional, consisting of no more than an elliptical plate, or two shells and a light knuckle guard.
This Small Sword from Cold Steel duplicates the original model in weight, balance, triangular cross section and deadly sharp point, but uses modern materials like 1055 Carbon steel, heat treated to a tough spring temper. The hilt features two shells with functional finger loops and a light, but strong, knuckle guard. Perfectly balanced, the Small Sword comes complete with an attractive leather scabbard that features an intricately decorated throat and chape.
18th Century Small Sword
An early American Classic. This knife is big enough to function as a short sword. The coffin shaped hardwood handle is accented with solid brass furniture. A must for every re-enactor or collector of American history. This is a classic design that is as functional as it is good looking. Rugged and solid in the hand. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts. Includes leather sheath. Sharpening available for an additional fee.
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D Guard Knife
Early Scottish Dirk
Damascus Sgian Dubh
Same as above with a Damascus pattern Welded Blade.
Brass Hilt Rondel Dagger
Centuries old, its elegantly crafted contours and unique triangular blade were obviously shaped by a master; for the dagger shone with a positively happy wickedness. Stilettos come in many sizes, from delicate little hideout weapons to forthright long daggers suitable for use even as a main gauche, but this is certainly one of the more attractive ones we've come across. Blade face is beautifully hollowed. Grip is wood. Stiletto comes complete with sheath. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®.
This type of Turkish knife was also used in Persia and India. The grip is real hand carved bone while the strong parts are solid brass on a well-tempered high carbon steel single-edged blade. A very interesting and highly effective fighting knife. Both light and fast! Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®. Includes sheath.
Royal Indian Katar
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This famous push dagger reached the height of its use during the 16th to 19th centuries, and has inspired countless, imaginative fantasy and video game weapons ever since. With his hand securely gripping the cross bars, a warrior could punch through mail armor. This Katar, copied from an example in a British museum, has a “flame” blade and a brass handle with an antiqued finish. Elaborate flourishes on the grip and guard befit its status as a weapon carried by the ruling class. High carbon steel blade. Scabbard included.
Updated materials and size, this centuries old knife of the tropicas design is a great tool to have around. Good for the camp and clearing brush it’s really a small sword that just loves to cut. 400 series stainless steel, brass reinforced, solid wood handle. Includes leather belt sheath.
George washington Flintlock Pistol
Double Barreled Turn Over Flintlock
Originally manufactured by W. Bailes in 1750 in the UK, this unique flintlock pistol gave you two barrels of attack. After the first shot, the entire barrel assembly could be turned over 180 degrees to immediately fire a second shot. As easy to carry as a single shot, your foes will be surprised at the awesome double barrel effectiveness. This beautifully engraved non-firing colonial flintlock pistol features rotating double barrels with separate pans, dual tone finish on metal furniture, and engraved metal butt plate and grip. Wooden ram rods remove, parts function. Cast metal with faux ivory scales.
Scottish Murrdoch Flintlock
On a spring day in 1775 the first shot of the American Revolutionary War was fired at the Battle of Lexington. The 1760 Scottish Flintlock pistol that started the war is masterfully represented in this non-firing replica. This all-metal model has moving parts and a heavily detailed and beautifully embossed finish. A belt hook is in place on the left side for securing the pistol to the waistband. Rotate the pan, cock the hammer, and pull the trigger – the hammer falls just as it did in that small Massachusetts town more than 230 years ago. This elegant and ornate replica represents one of the most significant moments in American history – the “shot heard around the world”
Black Powder Revolver
The Black Powder "Revolver" was an early manufacturer’s effort to get more than one shot out of a single gun. There were three barrels, each primed and loaded. After one was fired the entire barrel and breach was twisted and locked into place. The barrels rotate in the non-firing reproduction. The cylinders are stamped brass and the grip is faux ivory and brass. The butt of the gun has a brass eagle head.
Wt: 2 lbs/12 oz
Military Flintlock Pistol
Robust replica of flintlock pistols used by military, law enforcement, pirates and civilians during the late 1700’s to early 1800’s. As with most guns of the era it was equally effective as a club or firearm. Our replica features a hammer that cocks, frizzen pan that opens and a trigger that works. Real hardwood stock with metal barrel, lock and hardware.
Overall: 15-1⁄2" long
Wt: 1 lb/8 oz
This is a very unique flintlock with a Japanese flare. The dragon is both menacing and impressive. Solid cast metal parts, hand buffed wood stock. The parts move, but it is non-firing for safety. Perfect for theater, fun and display. Based on an actual historical model from Asia.
Wt: 2 lbs
English Dueling Pistol
Beautifully rendered, our English dueling pistol is an impressive display piece and represents a very important part of dueling and firearm history. This non-firing pistol has cast metal working parts and a resin stock.
Bleeding Heart Tomahawk Pipe
Used as both weapon and ceremonial object, the tomahawk was created in an astonishing variety of shapes. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts, this collector grade bleeding heart tomahawk pipe is hand-forged with high carbon steel. The blade and pipe bowl are indented with a dot motif. Steel mouthpiece. Approx. 22" long overall. 10" head has 3-1/4" blade. Fully functional. Please note: This is not an authentic Indian made product.
Tomahawk PLUS Replacement Handle Package
ID#: 200356 ID#: 600242
The 4" edge on this tomahawk gives you the maximum target penetration potential under the rules set by the National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association. Hand forged by Windlass Steelcrafts®. Hand forging makes these tomahawks stronger and tougher. It gives the steel better temper and makes it easier for you to sharpen. Round poll holds the native samdan hardwood handle snugly. Great for backyard recreation. Enjoyed by outdoorsmen in tomahawk throwing competitions all over the country. Replacement handles available.
Wt:1 lb/6 oz
This is excellent for replacement of the inevitable broken competition Tomahawk handles. Includes instructions for affixing the handle securely. 19-1⁄4" long. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®.
Leather Bull Whip
Adventurer's Bull Whip
Time for your next adventure? This tough, all leather bullwhip is made from split cowhide and measures 9-1/2' in length. Made in Spain.
Cat O' Nine Tails
The Greek Spearhead was the integral part of the principal weapon of the Hoplite, a heavily armed foot soldier whose principal weapon was “the long shadowed spear.” It was a weapon that varied in length from 6 to 18 feet, and could be used both as spear and pike. Shorter versions were used as throwing weapons. The earlier versions were made of bronze, but iron, once it was available, became the material of choice for the Greek spearhead. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®.
Blade: 11" long, 2-3/4" wide
Wt: 1 lb/4 oz
"300" Spearhead and Butt Cap
From the graphic novel 300, this set includes a Spearhead and Butt Cap both made of high carbon steel and richly plated in antiqued brass. These will fit on any 1-1/4" diameter shaft of your choice. Sold only as a set.
Overall 16", 2-1/4" wide
Wt. 1 lb/4 oz
Wt: 1 lb/4oz