The William Wallace Scottish Claymore Sword – Braveheart Sword (#1362)

One of the most recognizable features of the Braveheart film is the sword wielded by William Wallace. Almost a fantasy version of a Scottish claymore, it is utterly unique among both film swords and historically inspired replicas. A long, double edge blade is married to a cruciform hilt and long handle for extra torque when swinging, and a traditional Claymore ball pommel completes the fittings – however, it is the ricasso that truly stands out. Unlike other swords of this type the William Wallace Claymore has a leather-wrapped ricasso, creating a comfortable place for a fighter to shorten up their grip for close-range work. Fans of the film, and fans of Scottish history, can both appreciate the impact that Braveheart has had on popular culture – and this sword was a part of that impact.

Fittings: Mild Steel
Handle: Leather Wrapped Dark Brown
Total length: 50″
Blade length: 39″
Blade width at base: 2″
Weight: 4 lbs 11 oz
POB: 6″