A karambit is a curved blade fighting knife. It is an Indonesian weapon that originated out of Sumatra. And folklore says it is modeled after the claw of big cats. http://bit.ly/21ujA76

A karambit is a curved blade fighting knife. It is an Indonesian weapon that originated out of Sumatra. And folklore says it is modeled after the claw of big cats. http://bit.ly/21ujA76

Already own a sword - but it needs to be refurbished or repaired? Visit windlass sword for any information and service on Sword Repair & Refurbishing.

Already own a sword - but it needs to be refurbished or repaired? Visit windlass sword for any information and service on Sword Repair & Refurbishing.

Do you know that to check the cross section of the sword, you have to cut a blade in half crosswise and then look at its cut end and you will see the blade cross-sectional design.

Do you know that to check the cross section of the sword, you have to cut a blade in half crosswise and then look at its cut end and you will see the blade cross-sectional design.

Used by the British Cavalry in dramatic and bloody mounted battles, cavalry sword was specially created for the fury of close-quarter fights where the longer and heavier blades would too often prove to be the difference between life and death. Learn more at windlasssword.com.

Cavalry Officers’ Sword with Scabbard

Used by the British Cavalry in dramatic and bloody mounted battles, cavalry sword was specially created for the fury of close-quarter fights where the longer and heavier blades would too often prove to be the difference between life and death. Learn more at windlasssword.com.

The Kukri blade, with its markedly downward curved blade, has long been identified with the Gurkha Warriors of Nepal. These very popular, time tested knives were in our line for many years and are ideal for just about any mission. Learn more at windlasssword.com.

Gurkha Kukri

The Kukri blade, with its markedly downward curved blade, has long been identified with the Gurkha Warriors of Nepal. These very popular, time tested knives were in our line for many years and are ideal for just about any mission. Learn more at windlasssword.com.

Do you know that the mainstay of the Highland warriors of the late 15th and 16th centuries was the Claymore Swords, they had a uniquely styled hilt that sets it apart from other great swords of the period.

Brass Basket Hilt Claymore

Do you know that the mainstay of the Highland warriors of the late 15th and 16th centuries was the Claymore Swords, they had a uniquely styled hilt that sets it apart from other great swords of the period.

The development of plated armor was a boon to knights and soldiers across Europe. Windlass Sword carries suits of armors that are based on famous and valiant knights, such as Duke of Burgundy and many more.

Duke of Burgundy Suit Of Armor

The development of plated armor was a boon to knights and soldiers across Europe. Windlass Sword carries suits of armors that are based on famous and valiant knights, such as Duke of Burgundy and many more.

Our line of Mini-Swords features miniature replicas of several of our full-sized swords, all with fully tempered blades and correctly detailed hilts. Visit windlassword.com to get more details.

Our line of Mini-Swords features miniature replicas of several of our full-sized swords, all with fully tempered blades and correctly detailed hilts. Visit windlassword.com to get more details.

Whether you're an Armor collector, looking for a new medieval shield to decorate your home, or a practitioner looking for a functional helmet, or medieval suit of armor for a reenactment. Just visit windlasssword.com. http://bit.ly/20zb7PL

Whether you're an Armor collector, looking for a new medieval shield to decorate your home, or a practitioner looking for a functional helmet, or medieval suit of armor for a reenactment. Just visit windlasssword.com. http://bit.ly/20zb7PL

Do you know the first uniform pattern sword was the British Infantry Officer’s Sword, which was usually a 32.5 inch (825 mm) blade and had been introduced in the late 1780’s. http://bit.ly/1GKGEI1

Infantry Sword with Scabbard

Do you know the first uniform pattern sword was the British Infantry Officer’s Sword, which was usually a 32.5 inch (825 mm) blade and had been introduced in the late 1780’s. http://bit.ly/1GKGEI1

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