Gladiator Warrior Twin Sword Set with Double Shoulder Sheath
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  • Set of two stout gladiator swords
  • 18 1/2" stainless steel blades
  • Traditional Roman gladius design
  • Includes double nylon shoulder scabbard
  • Overall length: 25 3/4"

This awesome gladiator sword set would be right at home in the hands of Rome's finest and most skilled warriors. Measuring 25 3/4" overall, each sword is crafted in the traditional gladius style and is equipped with an 18 1/2" stainless steel blade. Each hard ABS guard and pommel is contoured for a great hand-feel. A heavy duty, nylon double sheath with twin shoulder straps completes the ensemble - perfect for historical collectors, theater or re-enactors.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.21 out of 5
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Tallahassee collector Reviewed by on Dec 27, 2017   5 out of 5

Great swords. Pretty well made. Bought them as a Christmas gift for my son who collects swords and weapons just for fun. He loved them. The nylon case is also very sturdy. I’ve bought several swords from Bud K and I’ve never been disappointed!

Great Swords Reviewed by Steven Welch on Dec 17, 2016   5 out of 5

I just received my two Gladiator Swords yesterday. They are really good. Very lite in weight & easy to maneuver around. Everything I've bought from Buk K has been great.

Cheap but not bad Reviewed by shaun bersch on Jun 15, 2016   4 out of 5

Bought these a while back. They aren't meant for combat but as display pieces they aren't bad. The blades could have been done better but at $20 you can't really complain. The handles are plastic but it's not a deal breaker. Just wish more work had gone into the blades. The scabbard is junk but I don't us mine, tried using it once and realized it was a pain trying to get the swords out.

Nice! Reviewed by Sam Reynolds on Dec 04, 2015   5 out of 5

To those of you thinking of purchasing these gladiator swords let me say they are very nice and look cool :) good for wall hanging or costumes. Not for actual use. I rated it 5 stars because I bought them for decor. The handles are smaller then I thought but look very nice. Thanks budk!

Good wall hanger Reviewed by Robert S on Apr 07, 2015   4 out of 5

These are what they are, and that is, inexpensive and more or less decorative. They are fine as wall hangers or for practicing 'forms', but for actual sword use? Or to use as a machete? Forget about it. The handles are too slick for a proper grip, the blades will take an edge, but won't hold one, especially if used in live steel! IF you're looking for a decoration, costume piece or proper weighted training tool, they are worth every penny. IF you need an actual 'gladiator' sword, spend the extra money and buy the UC Combat Commander...

Good buy Reviewed by Will on Apr 04, 2015   4 out of 5

I purchased this set for an Easter Passion Play for the Roman guards. We made a couple more authentic looking sheaths and they worked great. I would not buy these as a useable sword but they look good for what we needed.

Great set Reviewed by John Smith on Mar 13, 2015   4 out of 5

When I first got this sword, I was pleased with it. I was a bit stupid with it and used one to try and break a glass bottle. When that didn't work, it became wobbly. I later figured out that if it's wobbly, you can just twist the pommel and it tightens. I took it around on hikes and one time, it started wobbling, so I tried to tighten it. It then just came apart, not completely, though. But when I got home, I just took it apart, and got the whole thing apart. I am going to try and make a dagger out of the blade, somehow. I will let you know how that goes, maybe. I still have one left, and it is tight. It is a great sword and I would definitely recommend it to not only Greek and Roman history fans, but also anyone. It's excellent!

It is too cheap Reviewed by Kevin on Feb 01, 2015   1 out of 5

I knew it was very inexpensive. But yes it is too cheaply made. The guard and pommel are hollow plastic. There is a very small 'rat tail' tang that only goes through half the cheap fragile plastic handle. So no I would not recommend these blades to any one. shiny metal or not. Sorry But no.

Rating Reviewed by Rory on Jan 30, 2015   2 out of 5

This item has never been 25$ but it's still a good price

good for its price Reviewed by Connor Embree on Oct 30, 2014   3 out of 5

looks nice on the wall but the blade is not tanged at all and is a bit crooked, the balance is not great but they don't feel to heavy in the hand, I will say I have done some fighting with them though and the steel has held up nicely. the sheath is cheap nylon but looks cool on the back. all in all its an okay pick for the beginning collector.

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