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The Ranger Sword (1310)

4.75 out of 5

The Ranger Sword,

The Lord of the Rings Ranger sword is a recreation from the popular trilogy written by J.R,.R. Tolkien. The Ranger Sword is hand Crafted with 5160 High Carbon steel, dual hardened to Rockwell of 60 at cutting edge and 48-50 at the core.

Blade: 5160 High Carbon Steel. Dual Tempered HRc 60
48-50 at the core
Total length: 46″
Blade length: 36″
Blade width: 2″
Weight: 5 lbs.
POB: 4″

$520.00$645.00 USD

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The Ranger Sword,

The Lord of the Rings Ranger sword was inspired both by the novels of J.R.R. Tolkien and the films based on his stories. The Ranger Sword is hand Crafted with 5160 High Carbon steel, dual hardened to Rockwell of 60 at cutting edge and 48-50 at the core. As with all our battle ready swords, the tang is peened over the pommel. The beautifully detailed leather handle is accentuated by the unique pommel, making this one of the most recognized fantasy swords. The blade is forged with a deep full length fuller.

The Dúnedain Rangers are pivotal characters in the world of Middle Earth. Many centuries before the start of the Lord of the Rings series there was the great island kingdom of Numenor. The rulers of this kingdom were the human descendants of the half-elven Elros, a great lord and powerful foe of evil. The island kingdom was raised to be the stronghold of Elros’ people, and for many years his descendants kept peace and were faithful followers of the Valar, the holy rulers of Middle Earth. They had great power and freedom, only forbidden one thing – to never sail into the west, and set foot on sacred Valinor. As the kingdom waxed in wealth and its rulers waned in wisdom they sought to challenge even the Valar, and set sail with a mighty fleet to Valinor. This fleet was utterly destroyed, and the island kingdom sundered and plunged beneath the waves. Only a small remnant was saved.

This remnant became the Middle Earth kingdoms of Gondor and Arnor and were ruled over by Elendil and his heirs. However, some of the surviving Numenoreans left these kingdoms and travelled to the north. There, they dedicated themselves to the eradication of evil and the defense of the free peoples of Middle Earth. They became known as the Dúnedain Rangers, and despite their efforts were widely distrusted by the folk who lived in these lands. Their thankless tasks unnoticed, they nevertheless fought tirelessly against overwhelming odds. None of these Rangers were anything less than heroes, and none of them more famous than the one they called Strider.

Based on the sword of Strider the Ranger from the Lord of the Rings, the Ranger Sword is one of our best sellers. Made with Darksword Armory’s usual attention to detail and sturdy construction, this two handed sword is an epic weapon to use against the forces of darkness.

The Ranger Sword is a hefty inspirational two handed sword. The broad long blade delivers lethal, powerful blows aided by it’s weight. The Ranger sword, at 5 lbs 5 oz, is by far our heaviest battle ready sword, mainly deriving from the large pommel and guard. Despite it’s weight, the sword is well balanced, responsive and rugged. In a nutshell, the Ranger sword is reliable and virtually indestructible!

 

 

Blade: 5160 High Carbon Steel. Dual Tempered HRc 60
48-50 at the core
Total length: 46″
Blade length: 36″
Blade width: 2″
Weight: 5 lbs.
POB: 4″

4 reviews for The Ranger Sword (1310)


  1. 5 out of 5
    Rated 5 out of 5

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    A very beautifully made, battle ready sword which remains true to the strider sword of the movies. It is now prominent display in my collection. The handling is remarkable for a sword of its weight. The craftsmanship is very well done. I am pleased with my purchase and returning. Read my full review here:

    https://sbg-sword-forum.forums.net/thread/44751/darksword-armory-ranger-pic-heavy

    A very beautifully made, battle ready sword which remains true to the strider sword of the movies. It is now prominent display in my collection. The handling is remarkable for a sword of its weight. The craftsmanship is very well done. I am pleased with my purchase and returning. Read my full review here:

    https://sbg-sword-forum.forums.net/thread/44751/darksword-armory-ranger-pic-heavy

  2. 5 out of 5
    Rated 5 out of 5

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    Gentlemen. Sword arrived this afternoon. I’m speechless, and for an East Texas country Boy that says a lot. It is awesome in every respect. I could NOT be more pleased …..Darksword Armory has a new customer for life. Thanks!

    Gentlemen. Sword arrived this afternoon. I’m speechless, and for an East Texas country Boy that says a lot. It is awesome in every respect. I could NOT be more pleased …..Darksword Armory has a new customer for life. Thanks!

  3. 5 out of 5
    Rated 5 out of 5

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    The ranger sword is The Best Sword I have ever owned,I do the Western Martial Arts of of swordsman ship,this blade has more than held its own against even the toughest targets. Darksword Armory. YOU GUYS TRULY KICK ASS. P.S thanks again.

    The ranger sword is The Best Sword I have ever owned,I do the Western Martial Arts of of swordsman ship,this blade has more than held its own against even the toughest targets. Darksword Armory. YOU GUYS TRULY KICK ASS. P.S thanks again.

  4. 4 out of 5
    Rated 4 out of 5

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    I recently received my Ranger sword, and wanted to give my honest feedback. On the plus side; it’s beautiful, has an excellent temper, is a well balanced cut & thrust high-medieval longsword, and has great handling characteristics. After finishing the sharpening (more on that later) it cuts wonderfully, and even though most reviewers online seem to feel it’s overly heavy, I LOVE the weight! Finally, a sword that doesn’t feel like a piece of balsa wood in my hands! (I’m a weightlifter & longtime martial artist with weapons)

    On the minus side; it arrived with only two problems worth mentioning: 1- the “sharpening” it came with was anything but. This was easily corrected with some time and work, and the excellent temper has retained the finished edge I gave it quite well. 2- the crossguard fits nice and tight on one side of the blade, but on the opposite side there is a 1/8″ gap. I know that doesn’t sound like much, but trust me, it looks like the Grand Canyon up close…

    Overall, I feel that at this price point, one would be hard-pressed to do better. It’s not perfect, but it’s damn good.

    Nothing is structurally wrong with the fit & finish, so I kept it, warts and all. My only wish is that the crossguard and blade had a better marriage. Other than that, I’m quite happy with my purchase, and plan to buy the Gothic two-handed Sword next. I hope this review gets posted on Darksword’s website, and that it helps potential customers in making an informed purchase. If I wasn’t happy with it, I would have sent it back, so that says something too. 😉

    I recently received my Ranger sword, and wanted to give my honest feedback. On the plus side; it’s beautiful, has an excellent temper, is a well balanced cut & thrust high-medieval longsword, and has great handling characteristics. After finishing the sharpening (more on that later) it cuts wonderfully, and even though most reviewers online seem to feel it’s overly heavy, I LOVE the weight! Finally, a sword that doesn’t feel like a piece of balsa wood in my hands! (I’m a weightlifter & longtime martial artist with weapons)

    On the minus side; it arrived with only two problems worth mentioning: 1- the “sharpening” it came with was anything but. This was easily corrected with some time and work, and the excellent temper has retained the finished edge I gave it quite well. 2- the crossguard fits nice and tight on one side of the blade, but on the opposite side there is a 1/8″ gap. I know that doesn’t sound like much, but trust me, it looks like the Grand Canyon up close…

    Overall, I feel that at this price point, one would be hard-pressed to do better. It’s not perfect, but it’s damn good.

    Nothing is structurally wrong with the fit & finish, so I kept it, warts and all. My only wish is that the crossguard and blade had a better marriage. Other than that, I’m quite happy with my purchase, and plan to buy the Gothic two-handed Sword next. I hope this review gets posted on Darksword’s website, and that it helps potential customers in making an informed purchase. If I wasn’t happy with it, I would have sent it back, so that says something too. 😉

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