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For medieval combat, buhurt and re-enactment, in addition to a skilled swordsman, robust equipment is required that can withstand the rigors of a battle and also meet the safety regulations for injury-free combat. To ensure the greatest possible safety, these battle-ready swords have a rounded tip and a striking edge of 2-3 mm, but are otherwise based on their historical originals.
Battle-ready swords in a historical context
In this category you will find a wide selection of battle-ready swords. In battle, great importance is attached to historically correct equipment, so our battle-ready swords are modelled on historical finds and illustrations. Most of our swords are replicas of medieval swords, including Viking swords, Norman swords and bastard swords. But swordfighters of the early modern period and Roman antiquity can also find suitable weapons.
Which sword is the right one? - Our blade classification for blunt practical swords
It is often not easy for beginners to choose the right sword from the multitude on offer. To make this easier and for a better overview, we have added an blade classification to our battle-ready swords. You can find SK-A, SK-B or SK-C on every battle-ready sword.
SK-A are the highest quality swords. They endure a lot, are well balanced and of a high degree of hardness. However, this quality comes at a price. If you are looking for a cheaper model at the beginning, it is best to look in the SK-B or SK-C class. Swords in this class are also fully battle-ready and are good for the beginner. If you wish to take a closer look at the exact differences, you will find a detailed explanation linked in the individual products.
Swords for medieval combat and re-enactment
Our blunt practical swords are not only suitable for medieval combat. Due to their wide striking edge and the rounded tip, they can also be used as a prop, for example at the theatre - since the risk of injury is very low. Due to the historical accuracy, they also cut a good figure as a prop on the medieval market.
Since fencing and sword fighting is considered a sport and historical representation as a cultural heritage, you can usually carry battle-ready swords with you. Please make sure in this regard beforehand with the organizer and in the guidelines of the respective country in which you are located.
In our shop you can buy a large selection of battle-ready swords at fair prices. From cheap to hand-forged as well as high-quality and extremely decorative, in here you will find the ideal blade for everyone; be it for decoration or for the experienced swordsman who is looking for a robust sword for medieval combat.
We offer secure payment methods and fast, worldwide delivery. We would also be happy to advise you which sword and accessories suit your requirements best.
Handling your battle-ready sword
Despite the high quality standards, we would like to draw your attention to the following: Our swords with the words "suitable for fencing" or "battle ready" are suitable for fencing and battle.
Extremely brutal striking sword edge on edge (or other hard objects) outside of these activities is not the correct use of these swords, and can ultimately lead to the blade breaking. Our guarantee in the event of a blade break only relates to material defects (e.g. hairline cracks in the blade or processing errors), but not to improper use of these swords - Please also consider that a battle-ready sword is also subject to usage wear.
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