Fantasy Fortress Short Sword With Sheath
$19.99
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  • 17 1/2" stainless steel scimitar-style blade
  • Baked-on black coating on blade
  • Simulated leather wrapped handle
  • Heavy-duty nylon sheath
  • (Half-tang blade)


This exclusive fantasy fortress short sword features solid stainless steel construction with a black, baked-on finish. The powerful 17 1/2" scimitar-style blade delivers excellent chopping and slashing power. The stylish handle is graciously wrapped in simulated leather for a comfortable grip. Includes heavy-duty nylon sheath. Measures 27 1/2" overall.


Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.36 out of 5
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Incredible. Reviewed by Jeff Law on Apr 10, 2018   4 out of 5

The sword itself is a very cool and slick one. The talon curve tip can cut and mince through any target with ease! My only problem is that it has a wrapped handle. It would be a no brained if full tang micarta, but a very good buy for the price.



great Reviewed by on Nov 22, 2015   5 out of 5

i just got the sword in and its sharp it cuts well and is probably the best sword you can buy for 19.99 it is light strong and good quality



Reviewed by Dale Mason on Jul 07, 2015   4 out of 5

Pros: - Very solid. No separate parts; one single piece of steel with a wrapping for a handle. (Almost like Shikai-form Zangetsu's little brother.) Steel is hard and rigid, but not too much so. - Sharp. Not terribly so, but sharp nonetheless. Holds an edge decently well. - Only costs $20. Cons: - Garbage handle wrapping. Held on with glue, and becomes loose quickly with use. Can be fixed easily with electrical/duct tape. Recommend proper re-wrapping upon arrival. - Tip bends somewhat easily. - Hardness of the steel causes chipping with use, rather than edge rolling. (Could be considered a pro or a con, depending on personal preference.) - Sheath is absolute trash. Recommend disposal of it immediately upon arrival.



sharp enough Reviewed by Kevin on May 01, 2015   3 out of 5

I thought this looked pretty fun. I liked the look of the heavy bladed short sword. I really wacked on a lot of limbs, branches and some small saplings. The Sweet spot folded over and chipped. But I kept sharpening it and straitened the edge. If you want something to play with cheap and hard. Go for it. But it is cheap as well as inexpensive.



don't buy it Reviewed by Cook on Jan 15, 2015   1 out of 5

I thought this would be a good little machete for the money but it is not. Where to begin...The sheath is one of those double snap up the side things that you cannot draw from without using 2 hands. Strike one. The tang is not part of the rest of the blade and is just spot welded on. Strike two. The blade itself is really thin which would not be so bad in and of itself, but the hollow grind on the edge puts the thin part of the grind behind the edge itself. This means that any stout hit on anything solid will snap the edge off or bend it up badly. Strike three. Then there is the crappy fake leather handle wrap that falls off instantly. Strike four as if you needed another one for this piece of junk to be out. There are lots of great tools for the same money here, this is just not one of them.



Zombie Killer Reviewed by Ron on Dec 18, 2014   4 out of 5

This is one nice sword for the money. But is more like a machete. It is well balanced with a nice grip and surprisingly has a sharp blade right out of the box although some further sharpening is required to be a mean zombie slashing lethal blade.



Reviewed by Nick Heckenbach on Dec 11, 2014   5 out of 5

I just got this sword today. This was my first purchase from True Swords and I'm very impressed. It came a day early, the box was in good condition and the sword was packaged well. The sword is sharp and strong, the sheath is good, but the handle is really loose (which is my only complaint). Overall this was a great purchase and I am definitely going to continue buying from True Swords.



Decent Reviewed by Nicholas on Sep 22, 2014   3 out of 5

This sword is the first product that I have bought from budk I am somewhat displeased with the quality of the sheath I have had to resew the sheath 3 times. the sword blade gets dents fairly easily. I had to unwrap the whole handle throw the wrapping away in the garbage. I then used electrical tape to wrap the handle over the wooden handle pieces. The wooden handle pieces are not secured to the handle so there for I had to super glue to wooden handle pieces onto the handle. Currently I am working on reattaching the fake leather wrapping to the handle I have had no succses thus far. Other than that this is a good rough sword in the hands of any warrior.



good sword Reviewed by Reid Veneman on Jul 15, 2014   4 out of 5

This sword is very sharp. It has a good shape and is the perfect weight. It did not get the 5th star because of it sheath and handle. The sheath started fall apart the first few times i pulled the sword. I didnt expect much from the handle just because it is leather wrapped but thats nothing some duct tape cant fix. Over all it is a nice sword for the price.



Just ok Reviewed by Darren on Feb 18, 2014   2 out of 5

I'm giving this a 2 just because the blade has to long of a draw out on the edge. Causes it to chip away on the edge bad. Use it around on some small weeds and small brush just to try it. And was real pleased with about the first half of dozen swings cut real good. But after that it started dulling and then started be dingo n the edge and breaking pieces off from the edge. If it wasn't so drawn out to the edge. It would do very nice I'm guessing



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