The quest has led you far into the unexplored mountains. A strange mist blocks the view, but suddenly it clears. A mysterious city marks the path. With the Mountain Warrior Sword at your side, you venture into a land undiscovered.
With its embossed blade and stylish basket hilt, the Bartholomew Roberts Pirate Scimitar is an eye-catching addition to any sword collection or pirate display. This decorative sword is inspired by the blades of legendary pirates.
The Edward Teach Blackbeard Pirate Scimitar is an eye-catching replica sword inspired by the weapons of legendary swashbucklers. This curved blade features an embossed artistic sea dragon detail and a brass tone D-guard hilt.
Its namesake coming from a Turkish admiral who controlled the 16th century Mediterranean Sea, the Hayreddin Red Beard Barbarossa Brass Scimitar is an impressive take on historical sword styles. A mighty ship appears on its guard.
The scimitar, from the Persian word shamshir, meaning lions tail or claw, is the Arabian version of the cutlass sword. With its short, curved, single-edged blade, the Arabic Scimitar by Marto is the very picture of an ideal scimitar.
A scimitar is a powerful cutting weapon. The blade curve adds more draw to the weapons slash, making for a more powerful, longer cut. This principle has been applied to the Short Fantasy Scimitar, to make a knife worth using.
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