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Cold Steel Zweihaender, two-handed great sword, German great sword, Haidner Armoury
Haidner Art Studio & Armoury also deals in weapons! Not only do we make a few custom weapons of our own, but we also sell Cold Steel products. Cold Steel prides themselves in being the “toughest, sharpest” swords on the planet. If there is any product you want from them, please inquire to see if we have it available.

The following are items that we regularly carry:

We also currently have these items in stock:

and we can, of course, order any other item in the entire Cold Steel catalogue. Please inquire if you are interested!


Training Swords
The best of the world’s sword fighters have known a simple truth for ages… if you want to become a reasonably good sword fighter you should endeavor to learn sword fighting techniques, footwork and the basic stances. However, if you want to be a master at sword fighting you have to eventually start fighting with a “live blade”. If your ultimate goal is to wield a razor sharp sword safely and effectively, you need to train with a sword that approximates the size, feel and heft of a live blade, yet minimizes the possibility of causing grievous, permanent, or life-threatening injury to yourself or your training partner.

This concept was implemented by the ancient Romans, who used dull wooden swords to train their Gladiators and soldiers. And Japanese Samurai used a wooden training sword that was called a Bokken. It’s an elegant solution to a vexing problem and effective enough to still be used today. The only problem is that a wooden sword can rot, crack, chip or splinter and eventually become useless.

Cold Steel’s solution to these dilemmas was to design a synthetic substitute, low in price and impervious to the elements. The Cold Steel line of Training Swords are made of heaviest grade polypropylene available and closely duplicate a real sword in length, size, weight and feel. While they’re not quite as rigid as wood, they have the winning advantages of being virtually unbreakable, remarkably stiff and cut resistant.

Cold Steel Training Dagger
Cold Steel training dagger at Haidner Armoury
Weight: 12.3 oz.
Blade Thickness: 1″
Blade Length: 13″
Material: Polypropylene
Handle: 7″ Long
Overall: 20″
Price: $26.99
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Hand & a Half Training Sword
Cold Steel training longsword at Haidner Armoury
Weight: 31.7 oz.
Blade Thickness: 1″
Blade Length: 34″
Material: Polypropylene
Handle: 10″ Long
Overall: 44″
Price: $46.99
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Training Mediaeval Short Sword
Cold Steel training mediaeval shortsword
Blade Length: 32 1/4″
Overall Length: 39 1/2″
Material: Polypropylene
Weight: 29.3 oz
Handle: 7 1/4″ Long
Price: $39.99
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Gladius Trainer
Cold Steel gladius trainer at Haidner Armoury
Blade Length: 22″
Overall Length: 31″
Material: Polypropylene
Weight: 13.3 oz
Handle: 9″
Price: $34.99
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Rubber Training Knives: Military Classic
Cold Steel rubber trainer Military Classic
Price: $9.99
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Rubber Training Knives: Peace Keeper I
Cold Steel rubber trainer Peace Keeper
Price: $9.99 Shipping: $7.00
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War Hammer
Cold Steel War Hammer, 2-handed war hammer
At the end of the 13th century, the sword ruled supreme as the primary weapon of Knights and Men-At-Arms. However, with the introduction of steel plate armor, the popularity of the sword as a battlefield weapon began to wane. You see, the problem was the sword couldn’t cut or crush steel plate and had to be specially designed for use only as a thrusting weapon if it was to have even a chance at piercing plate armor. Enter the War Hammer- an ideal weapon for use against an opponent who is encased in plate steel. The heavy hammer head could crush the strongest helmet or suit of plate armor with just a few blows and the back spike could rip through helm and plate like a modern can opener! In battle, the hammer side was usually employed first to knock down and stun an enemy. Once he was on the ground, helpless, the hammer was reversed and the back spike was used to punch a hole through the helmet and deliver the coup de grace. Now Special Projects brings you an inexpensive, yet highly effective, recreation of this awesome weapon. Weighing a little over 21/2″ lbs., our War Hammer is highly maneuverable and can be easily wielded with one or both hands. The head is drop forged out of 5150 steel and differentially heat treated . This means the point of the spike and enormous hammer face (11/2″ x 11/2″) are fully hardened so they can pierce and crush tough materials without failing while the rest of the hammer is left soft to absorb the shock of heavy blows. The handle of our War Hammer has been designed to be equally tough. Made of straight grain American Hickory and measuring 30″ long it provides tremendous leverage so enormously powerful blows may be struck. To protect the handle from assault by an opponent armed with an edged weapon we have included a pair of sturdy steel langets which can be attached below the head with the screws provided. (Some assembly is required. Instructions are included).

Weight: 39.8 oz.
Hammer Face: 11/2″ X 1 1/2″
Head Width: 7 3/8″
Handle: Straight Grain Hickory with Langets
Steel: Drop Forged 5150 Steel
Overall Length: 30″
Price: $64.99
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Scottish Broad Sword
Cold Steel Scottish Broad Sword at Haidner Armoury
The traditional weapon of the highland clansman, this sword has sown fear into the hearts of Englishmen for centuries. Its long, two-edged blade and distinctive basket hilt, when combined with targe and dirk has proven to be more than a match for enemy soldiers on battlefields the world over.

Now Cold Steel® has chosen to make our own replica of this famous weapon. Our double-edged blade is hand forged and beautifully polished with triple fullers. The stout basket hilt is made of blued steel with a wood grip covered in samé (ray skin) and decoratively wrapped in wire. Each broadsword will pass the stringent British Proof test and comes with a wood and leather scabbard that’s complemented by blued steel chape and throat.

Weight: 47.8 oz
Blade Thick: 7/32″
Blade Length: 31 1/2″
Handle: 6 1/4″
Steel: 1055 Carbon
Overall: 37 3/4″

Price: $389.99
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Viking Sword
Cold Steel Viking Sword at Haidner Armoury
The typical Viking sword of the 9th and 10th centuries featured a long wide blade with a broad central fuller and two keen edges. The preferred stroke was a hard slash or chopping blow, so the point was fairly rounded but was just acute enough to be useful for thrusting. A simple guard with forward curving quillons was often utilized and combined with an equally utilitarian wooden handle that was covered with leather, bone, or even cast in brass.

What really made the Viking Sword so distinctively recognizable from its contemporaries was its heavy 5 lobed pommel used to balance the long blade.

This sword has features in common with its historical counterpart. It has a double edged blade, hand forged out of high carbon steel and then polished to a brilliant lustre. The wooden handle is covered in leather and is supported by a simple, elegant guard at one end and an equally handsome 5 lobed pommel at the other. Both guard and pommel feature traditional Celtic knot embellishments.

To house the keen double edge blade each of our swords is supplied with a wood scabbard covered in black leather and reinforced with a highly polished steel chape and throat.

Weight: 37.1 oz.
Blade Thickness: 15/64″
Blade Length: 30 1/4″
Handle: 6 5/8″ long. Leather Wrapped
Steel: 1055 Carbon
Overall Length: 36 7/8″
Sheath: Leather/Wood Scabbard with Steel Fittings
Price: $424.99
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