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Darksword Armory Two Handed Gothic Sword with Integrated Sword Belt

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Based on a late 15th century German original, the Darksword Armory Two Handed Gothic Sword features a thick, tempered, high carbon steel blade. The guard and pommel are steel while the grip is wood covered in black leather. Includes a wood scabbard with black leather wrap and steel tip. This particular model has been upgraded with an integrated sword belt.

Overall Length49 1/2"
Blade Length38 1/2"
Weight3.28 LB
Width1 3/4"
Thickness6.2 mm - 4.8 mm
Guard Depth1 1/4"
P.O.B.32 1/4"
Grip Length7 1/4"
Blade [5160 High Carbon Steel]
ClassBattle Ready
ManufacturerDarksword Armory
Country of OriginCanada

2 reviews for Darksword Armory Two Handed Gothic Sword with Integrated Sword Belt

  1. Matt H.

    It’s a heavy duty two hander Darksword’s interpretation of the 15th century original presents us with a nearly 50 inch blade, that has a thick spine and a diamond cross section( in comparison the original appears to have a hollow ground cross section ), with very little distal taper. This makes the sword a very ‘blade heavy’ weapon, and it can strike with considerable force, and ( with the sharpening service ) the blade sports a pretty cruel edge to boot. The leather and fittings are pretty good, very little space, and the hilt shape is actually quite ideal, as it is also kind of diamond cross sectioned with beveled edges, and makes edge alignment easy. The pommel can be a little uncomfortable to grasp if you like to place the left on hand upon the abosolute bottom.

    If you’re looking to practice fanciful longsword drills, I don’t think this would be the sword for you. However, if you’re looking for a sword that would outright slaughter whatever gets caught in the arc of it’s swing, then it might be a good choice.

    TL;DR It’s the Cold Steel hand and a half sword but a lot meaner and better put together.

    9/10 would buy it again.

  2. Syn

    So, let’s start with the cons… And we’re done.

    This thing is a beast, it is fun to cut with and simply scary for how hard it hits with little effort. It’s light, well balanced, and just a ton of fun to swing. I don’t have a proper stand and have been using a folding table as a cutting stand. This table has a metal frame, obviously not a good thing for a blade to hit, but my stupidity highlights the durability of this blade. All the people I have cut with, and myself have hit the table at some point, and therefore the metal frame, several times each. I actually swung far too hard once, hit the table hard and bent the metal frame significantly. No chips, no rolls, barely even dulled the edge. I have only seen a slight chip in the blade once, and it took about 30 seconds to fix that.

    It’s durable, fun to swing, cuts great, holds an edge well, and is relatively easy to sharpen. Highly recommend.

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