William Wallace Long Two Handed Sword
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  • 23 1/2" stainless steel blade
  • Leather ricasso for a smooth grip
  • Solid stainless steel guard
  • Includes top quality leather scabbard
  • 43 1/2" overall length
  • (Half-tang blade)

A Claymore broadsword such as this was wielded by legendary Scottish hero Sir William Wallace in his battles with the English. This mighty sword offers a 23 1/2" blade is constructed from solid stainless steel with a leather ricasso. The handle offers a leather-wrapped hilt and a strong stainless steel guard and pommel. This awe-inspiring sword measures 43 1/2" overall.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 3.93 out of 5
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William Wallace Sword Reviewed by Charles Gottlieb on Dec 05, 2015   5 out of 5

I read the reviews, but had to see for myself. Personally, I like it. Straight blade and not too heavy to wield easily. A nice piece of history for my collection.

it wasnt as cool as i thought. if it wad given more time in build id appreciate it. Reviewed by michael on Dec 22, 2014   3 out of 5

I have always looked up to William Wallace as an idol and getting this , well all I can say is its decent but needs more detail

Not worth $50 Reviewed by Sean on Dec 17, 2014   2 out of 5

I bought two of these in the BOGO sale, and will be returning them because I don't think that they're even worth $50 for both of them. All of the leather is suede, and discolored near the blade. The blade is not straight at all. The scabbard is pretty much useless, unless you plan to modify it. The strap is very thin and feels like it will break just supporting the weight of the sword. It is very hilt heavy, so when you try to wear it on your back it slides down. Pros. They do feel pretty good in your hand, and two of them crossed on the wall would look pretty awesome, if hung in a dark shadowy corner where you can't get too close to them.

This One Is OK Reviewed by Con on Dec 09, 2014   4 out of 5

This one is OK. Nothing special about it. Lot of leather work on it. I was somewhat disappointed with the blade. Not as good a quality as I expected. The MacLoud sword is a better choice, and ten dollars cheaper.

THIS IS A HAZARD TO THE USER! Reviewed by will on Feb 14, 2014   2 out of 5

The pommel grip and crossguard are loose. the grip and crossguard are only held on by the pommel which has barley any threading! i swung the sword the grip fell apart and the blade went flying halfway across the room! i have seen this weakness (though not as severe) in two other $50 swords i bought here. unless you plan to reinforce the grip ( i recommend liquid nails and wooden wedges). it is legitimately dangerous to handle this sword. pros: point of balance is accurate, real leather.

Awesome Sword Reviewed by Horacio on Jan 20, 2014   5 out of 5

At first I was under the impresstion that the sword was not well made, Then after looking at it , I noticed it was a very well make sword. the strap could have been made better but overall, OUTSTANDING.

I love this sword Reviewed by Lemen Brinston on Oct 15, 2013   5 out of 5

The sword was delivered on time and it feel good in your hand and looks great on the wall

Nice piece Reviewed by William on Feb 21, 2013   4 out of 5

Loved the sword overall it was excellent, the issue I have is with the scabberd, which does't seem to me to be sturdy enough to carry in such situations eg. War Reenacatments or Renaicence gatherings. But overall an outstanding value.

Neato Reviewed by Steve on Jan 18, 2013   3 out of 5

This Sword is okay for looks, craftmanship, and quality. The real reason I like it so much is because it is exactly like William Wallace's sword in the movie "Braveheart". A pretty good sword.

William Wallace Sword Reviewed by Megan Trusty on Sep 11, 2011   3 out of 5

It was ok looking, but not what I expected, to be honest. My boyfriend loves it, so that's what matters. You get what you pay for, I guess.

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