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    This ornate dagger would have been a knight's best friend after his battle sword. This replica weapon measures 22" overall and offers a 14 1/2" stainless steel blade with a mirror finish. The cast metal handle, guard, and pommel are covered with ornate symbols and engravings. Includes a coordinating sheath with cast metal tip and collar.


    Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.45 out of 5
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    Reviewed by Cassey Sobieraj on Jan 16, 2018   5 out of 5

    Love this sword just got it today great detail



    Great sword, cheesy sheath. Reviewed by on May 13, 2017   4 out of 5

    Good buy. The sword is well made with beautiful ornate trim. Works well. The sheath came without the metal ornate tip or collar and it is made of plastic.



    Good Buy Reviewed by Garrett on Apr 06, 2013   5 out of 5

    Great buy! Shipped unbelievably fast. Great handle and sheath. Blade wasnt as broad as I expected but still nice. Absolutely amazing for $20



    templar sword Reviewed by robert on Apr 05, 2013   5 out of 5

    Great gift for my son He was proud to display the sword.



    Well made Reviewed by Don P. on Feb 06, 2013   5 out of 5

    Sword appears well made with attention to detail. Sheath holds the sword inside with a slight push. Looks great with my collection of my other BudK products.



    Nice sword Reviewed by Lincoln Swanson on Dec 25, 2012   4 out of 5

    I got to say that I was a little disapionted of this sword. When I first got it I was still loving the sword but it is very small so now I just call it a dagger. Also it is very oily.



    Reviewed by Will Avery on Nov 07, 2012   2 out of 5

    Decent, given the price, but pitiful in many respects...

    The Good:
    1: It looks cool, given its remarkable similarity to another sword on this site: http://www.trueswords.com/dungeon-guardian-fantasy-broad-sword-scabbard-p-4653.html it's almost like the company recycled the design or something...
    2: It's about as cheap as you can get a functional medieval weapon.
    3: It fits tightly into the scabbard, so is relatively safe to carry around even without a peace tie.
    4: It's very sturdy, and has a firm grip for an all-metal handle.

    The Bad:
    1: The chains on the scabbard are unforgivably fragile and may break just by walking around with it on your belt.
    2: The handle is ridiculously short, and I have somewhat small hands for a grown man, so don't take that statement lightly.
    3: The blade is not straight in orientation with the hilt
    4: The steel is very brittle

    The Ugly:
    1: You can see the seams where the hilt was welded together
    2: You can see the screws holding this thing together from the same distance at which you can make out the detail on the yellow emblems
    3: The double bevel is not straight down the length of the blade.
    4: You can easily notice the word "China" on one side of the blade.
    5: For some reason, the blade smells like vapor rub. I think this is due to the chemicals the probably used to stiffen the leather in the scabbard, but I don't know.
    6: The extremely recessed opening on the scabbard makes it hard to sheathe without bringing it right up to your face to see.
    7: Like the "Dungeon Guardian" sword I referenced in this review, the cutting edge is extremely blunt and hard to sharpen, but the tip is sharp enough to stick an armadillo, so it's too dangerous for playing, but not dangerous enough for box cutting
    8: IT'S A DAGGER, NOT A SWORD! This website has a really bad tendency for naming its products for something much bigger than what the actual product is, and this "Short Sword" is no exception.

    All things considered, you can get much better daggers on this site or others for just a little bit more money, but if you're on a very limited budget and want something superficially attractive for a fancy dress party, this is almost worth the price.



    Great LITTLE sword Reviewed by Alyssa on Oct 26, 2012   5 out of 5

    This LITTLE sword is great! Even though it's more of a long dagger then a short sword (if you'd like to call it a sword, the correct title would be a "VERY VERY short - short sword" lol ) - I would love to see a full size version of this sword! (double the size would be nice) It has great detailing and is a good buy for $20.



    Reviewed by Chase Salyer on Sep 05, 2012   4 out of 5

    Smaller than I expected but beautifully crafted and expertly sharpened. A magnificent collector's piece.



    Breathtaking Reviewed by Elizabeth on Aug 18, 2012   5 out of 5

    As a collector (and not really a fighter) my standpoint on this sword is that it is just beautiful and breathtaking. The craftsmanship on the handle and the hilt is incredible. The blade wasn't very sharp, which is fine for me being a collector. Be careful though because the hilt can actually be as sharp if not sharper than the sword! The weight of the handle is nice. Nothing loose. All made of metal. Overall a beautiful sword, and the favorite of my collection.



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