Dragons Lair Templar Long Sword & Scabbard
In Stock!

Fast and Accurate Order Processing

We offer standard, 3 day express, 2 day express, and overnight express shipping options for your convenience. If you place your order Monday - Friday by 2:00 PM EST using one of our express shipping options, your order will be processed and shipped the same day it is placed!

Applies to delivery within the 48 contiguous states only.

Engrave this item?

  • 23 7/8" stainless steel blade
  • Intricate details cast into handle
  • Coordinating metal sheath
  • A must have for collectors!

This Dragon's Lair Templar Long Sword stretches an amazing 33 3/8" and offers a 23 7/8" stainless steel blade. The polished black grip is surrounded by a cast metal dragon guard, which coordinates with the intricate knot work featured on the cast metal pommel. The solid steel sheath is also adorned with unique engravings and details.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.00 out of 5
Write A Review (Click)

From: .

1 - 10 of 33 Reviews (View All)
LOVE! Reviewed by Lynday Mansfield on Mar 09, 2017   5 out of 5

I absolutely love this sword! Sure, it's not a sharpened blade, and the sheath has obvious screws to keep it intact, but that's what I would expect from only paying $20 and I hope others who have purchased this sword are aware of that! This is basically my very first sword, I adore it so and I've been showing it off to my friends and they said it's the coolest sword they've seen. So, for $20, I will definitely rate it 5 stars. I plan to purchase the Excalibur replica in the future and I absolutely look forward to it- Lyndsy M

Random guy Reviewed by on Jul 28, 2015   1 out of 5

Very disappointed, this sword design should be scrapped. Very flimsy, the handle broke while practicing a few kata.
Response: Hello, we sincerely apologize for you receiving your item in this manner, if you would like to either replace the item or get a refund you can contact our customer service department at 1.800.956.1667 and someone will assist you in doing so.

Don't waste your time Reviewed by Hunter on Nov 30, 2014   1 out of 5

This "sword" is total garbage. it is all plastic except for the aluminum quality blade which I've owned baseball bats that are sharper. Even the so called scabbard falls apart because the cheap screw are barely threaded. I didn't expect much but they could at least try. DO NOT BUY!

Junk Reviewed by McCoy on Jan 07, 2014   1 out of 5

This sword is trash, I didn't expect much for 20$ but I did expect something that was stronger than a butter knife. The "blade" could bend in a U shape and fold back. No edge to even speak of. Poorly crafted handle and painted design. I wouldn't even buy this for looks.

Not quite what I expected... Reviewed by Ethan on Oct 26, 2013   3 out of 5

This was the first sword I got from budk. Not quite up to my expectations. The blade is flimsy, and the dragons heads on the guard are cheap plastic. Just from walking around with it, it bent a little. In a real situation, the metal sheath would do more damage than this flimsy weapon.

Reviewed by Collin Shultz on Oct 11, 2013   5 out of 5

I absolutely love this sword it makes a wonderful sword piece. I was a bit skeptical at first since its a show sword and I like real, able to use swords. It looks great on the wall its just beautiful and a wonderful decoration.

Reviewed by Hans Browning on Jul 25, 2013   5 out of 5

Honestly, for the price it's a really good sword. It won't be holding up to any fighting, but I took care of that by taking off the handle and just wrapping the bottom of the blade. Once you do that, it's fun and easy to use in sparring with anyone. If you don't want to do that, leave the handle on and it looks really good. The scabbard is a better quality than expected. It holds up to a lot and looks nice. All-in-all, it's a really good buy if you're not looking for anything too fancy.

Display ONLY Reviewed by Dave on Jan 18, 2013   2 out of 5

Longer than most $20 swords but a LOT cheaper.To start off I'll complain about the cheap plastic handle, and the dull blade that nicks, and is NOT stainless mine got rust spots after one year. I agree with the other reviewer about one thing, the sheath is very nice, and unique. I suggest you check out the "Robin Hood short sword".You can read my review about it there.

Reviewed by Burtan Lafleur on Jan 06, 2013   3 out of 5

Not a bad piece. It looks great on the wall but is very light weight and brittle. The handle is extremely easy to break and the blade rusts quickly if you don't oil it at least once a week. If you want a decorative piece for your collection then this is a nice addition.

Reviewed by Christian Laws on Jan 03, 2013   3 out of 5

it's a meh product. meant strictly for show, and even then only a "bulk out" peice for collections. the crossguard and handle are both made of cheap plastic and I find that it's actually easier to grip and hold steady when you swing it (due to the slipperiness of the handle and the swirl pattern that makes it turn in your hand,) by placing a finger over the crossguard. the blade bends easily, to the point where you can simply bend it back the other way over your knee and it comes duller than a butter knife. scabbard point is actually sharper than the point of the sword itself and the blade is sharpened oddly.

1 - 10 of 33 Reviews (View All)