Legacy Arms Swords

Generation 2 is now known as Legacy Arms makes battle-ready swords. Each sword is meticulously researched, designed, and reviewed for historical accuracy. All their swords are made of 3/16 Inches high carbon spring steel with a full hefty tang, making them fully functional. The pommels and cross guards of the Legacy Arms swords are made from polished solid steel or brass. The Legacy Arms swords and knives are made from virgin 5160 or 1060 carbon steel. The tangs are a continuation of the blade that runs completely through the handle making them a full tang. For many years sword manufacturers have been producing swords "loosely" based on historical swords. Legacy Arms has made a concerted effort to change that mentality and has become the forerunner in re-creating swords that actually existed in the past. The new Legacy Arms are replicas of actual museum pieces with the same characteristics; strong tangs and sharp hand forged tempered blades. Now all of the Legacy Arms swords have penned pommels (the tang runs through the pommel and is pounded into a rounded peen to hold the hilt in place). Our Legacy Arms swords are covered under a one year limited warranty against breaking under intended sword use (Practice cutting against reasonable objects and blade on blade contact). A sword no matter how well it is made will receive nicks in the edge if hit edge to edge with another sword.
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Knights Templar Sword

Item # IP-003B-2
This Knights Templar Sword is made of high carbon steel. The sword features a wood scabbard wrapped in leather with polished steel accents. The cross guard and pommel are solid steel, polished and fitted onto a full tang.

Ranger Battle Sword

Item # IP-PS-701
This blade might seem like something straight out of fantasy, but the Ranger Battle Sword was designed to be as functional and battle-ready as it is visually appealing with its simple elegance and high carbon steel construction.

River Witham Viking Sword

Item # IP-702-2
The original River Witham sword was dredged up from the river Witham, giving the blade its name. The original can be seen in Ian Peirces Swords of the Viking Age on page 77. This sword is hand forged from 5160 carbon steel.

Roman Gladius Sword

Item # IP-022-2
Our version features a full tang construction, high carbon blade, and hardwood handle. The Roman Gladius Sword has a polished steel spacer at the bottom of the handle for strength and durability, and a wood scabbard is included.

Roman Maintz Gladius Sword

Item # IP-023-2
Most early versions of the Roman Gladius combined the ability to cut and stab in one handy weapon. The Roman Maintz Gladius carries on that tradition. This sword is fantastic for historical reenactments and for display in your home.

Teutonic Crusader Sword

Item # IP-601-2
The crusades saw many knightly orders spring up, although few lasted into the modern day. One such order that continues on today is the Teutonic Order, whose emblem and spirit lives on in this impressive Teutonic Crusader Sword.

Teutonic Knight Crusader Sword

Item # IP-003A-2
This Teutonic Knight Crusader Sword is made of high carbon steel, making it light weight. The sword features a wood scabbard wrapped in leather with polished steel accents. The handle is wood, wrapped in leather.