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APOC Survival Longsword


Battle Ready
(13 customer reviews)
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Battle Ready

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    The APOC Survival Longsword is a modernized re-imaging of the Medieval longsword which melds the traditional deadliness and handling properties of this swift two-handed sword with all the benefits that modern materials technology can bring. The blade is well-tempered 9260 high carbon steel with a practical black-coated finish. The blade has a thick ricasso at the base of the blade to give it substantial durability and the blade has the necessary rigidity to ensure that it can both thrust and cut with great ability. To ensure that the blade is as durable as possible it features a full-tang construction with the hilt and blade being composed of a single piece of steel. To complete the sword with a comfortable grip it has two scales of milled G10 fiberglass laminate which are durably secured to the tang for an altogether robust construction. A pre-drilled hole at the end of the blade tang allows for the attachment of your own lanyard.

    The sword is matched with a black-coated scabbard which is crafted from lightweight fiberlass and completed with a Molle compatible mount for ease in attaching this modern sword to your gear. The mouth of the scabbard is molded with a half-spherical attachment which neatly fits into the divot on both sides of the sword hilt to grip the sword for a relatively tight fitting between the sword and scabbard.








    Overall Length45 1/2"
    Blade Length35 3/8"
    Weight3 lbs 6.7 oz
    Width40.9 mm
    Thickness6.7 mm - 3.7 mm
    P.O.B.4 1/8
    Grip Length10 1/4"
    Blade [9260 High Carbon Steel]
    ClassBattle Ready
    Country of OriginChina

    APOC Survival Longsword Review

    13 reviews for APOC Survival Longsword

    1. thediscarded87 (verified owner)

      Simple look,
      Straight lines,
      Sharp edge.

      Exactly as advertised.


    2. TommyBoy (verified owner)

      Very nice sword in the APOC line (I have 4 now). It is hefty, but very well balanced – providing the dexterity for a quick recovery while still having the weight to do significant damage. Balance is about 3 inches forward of the hilt. Steel is well tempered and sharpens well. Insider trick – the Rada sharpeners work very well with this steel, and a quick stropping on leather makes the edge scary sharp.

    3. Craig Harms (verified owner)

      I have bought 2 of these. 1 for my friend and one for myself. I am a huge fan. I did a write up on FB (search apoc survival tools armory club) for how to add some hardware on the pommel thru the 3/8″ hole that adds some nice balance making it feel significantly less chunky. By my estimate it holds up wonderfully when compared to my Hanwei Tinker Longsword.

      Big recommend.

    4. joshualaw801 (verified owner)

      Good sword, but the cap at the end of the sheath wasn’t glued properly, and keeps coming off when you put the sword back in the sheath. So good sword and an ok sheath

    5. Jack (verified owner)

      This is a fantastic sword, the only issue possible is the cap of the scabbard, but if you don’t slam the sword in it’s fine. Might put two reviews to balance out the actual libel coming Herb, the “expert”

    6. Jack (verified owner)

      Hey if Herb gets to put 2 1-star reviews to complain, I get to put 2 5-stars, right?

    7. Satisfacto Customero

      I have not received this product yet, because this review only exists to say that Herb sucks

    8. Justin Fisher

      Just ordered mine on 10/25. Will post after unboxing and some rolled up carpet slashing. Gonna start with 5 stars

    9. Justin Fisher (verified owner)

      Received in good condition on the first of November.
      Edge is sharp if not a bit rough.
      Will stone it and commence with test cutting

    10. Jason Holland (verified owner)

      Listen, if you want perfection, drop $1200 and buy a show piece. If you want something that your children’s children will be able to beat the crap out of while still being reliable, buy this. It’s worth more than I payed for it and it exceeded my expectations.

    11. Lester (verified owner)

      Well tempered and I am pleased with the flex test I put this blade through but do go for KoA’s sharpening service as this edge was barely defined from the factory. Lots of features beg for modification or ergonomic improvement. It’s a hardy piece of steel with a scabbard for less than $200. Good luck finding all of this under the same price line with other makers. I will say my only complaint is with the scabbard as the blade seem slightly too long and has pushed the end cap and rubber buffer out of the end. Nothing a little glue can’t fix. 4.7

    12. Matthew Kruge (verified owner)

      Been very excited since ordering this sword, originally was going to buy the guardian, but after seeing this blade knew it’d suit me better. looks gokd and swings well, handle length requires wider grip spacing for some joined swings, or good foot work, handle could use better texture as it’s smooth ish. oiled well and came sharp enough to use but not razor honed sharp.
      I made a 550cord belt for the scabbard as one is not offered with it.
      scabbard fitment is good to decent, no big complaints really. the end cap issue has been solved.
      only real gripe, maybe, would be a wider cross guard or more parallel to stop hand sliding forward in serious thrusts.

      overall, for the price, yes I’d buy another one.

      Guns run out of ammo, but almost any rock can sharpen metal.

    13. Herbsucks

      Herb is just awful

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