One handed Italian Arming Sword - Medieval Sword Model #4

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  • Italian one handed medieval arming sword
  • Italian one handed medieval  arming sword
  • Italian one handed arming sword
  • Italian one handed arming sword
  • Italian one handed arming sword
  • Italian one handed arming sword
  • Italian one handed arming sword


Medieval Sword #4 - One Handed Italian Arming Sword


Through hardened 1075 spring steel blade with peened tang.

Metal fittings on sword and scabbard

Wood core leather wrapped sheath and belt.


Handle -  4 1/2 inches

Guard width - 7 1/3 inches

Blade length - 30 1/3 inches

Total length -   39 inches

Blade width at guard -  1 7/8 inches

Weight -  3 pounds  1 oz

Length in sheath -  41 inches



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7 Reviews

  • 5


    Posted by Ron on Oct 7th 2022

    Well Made better then expected for the price Would buy from again.

  • 5

    Italian one handed arming sword

    Posted by Ryan Jones on May 13th 2022

    This is a beautiful and very sharp sword. Everything I have received from Ronin is awesome. They are a quality run outfit!!

  • 4

    Great Sword...

    Posted by Julian on Mar 2nd 2022

    All-in-all it is a GOOD quality sword. My only reason for 4-staring it is that it came pretty blunt/unsharpened. Additional thoughts: The sword is hefty for a one-handed grip, but you can just as easily use a two handed grip with the left hand grasping the pommel, quite actually it has a nice two-handed grip to it. The steel as always is top-notch, good luck trying to break this piece, it won't work (please don't try).

  • 5

    Italian arming sword

    Posted by James Morse on Oct 25th 2021

    Really pleased. Great snug fit.. not whippy. Good balance.

  • 5

    Day One: Excellent Out of the Box

    Posted by Alvin Estep on Feb 23rd 2021

    I just received this sword about an hour ago, and going over it, it appears top notch. The blade is sharp, but not too sharp. Sword Sharp is the best term I know. Everything appears immaculate, even the leather wrapped scabbard. I switched the belt loops on the scabbard around since I am Right Handed, but that was simple enough. Just slide them down the end of the scabbard, turn around, and slide back on. Once in their slotted space on the scabbard, they are secure. Takes a little effort to move them off, but feels like it has to be an intentional thing, won't move by accident.

  • 5

    Italian broadsword

    Posted by Thanks RK! on Sep 5th 2019

    Love it!

  • 4

    Great Entry-Level Arming Sword

    Posted by Brian Charles Wright on Jul 31st 2019

    This sword has a good feel in the hand and is quite solidly constructed. The leather wrapped hilt, the peened pommel, and even the final fit and finish of this piece are incredible and beautiful. The only reason this sword gets a four out of five stars is simply because the sheath retention when I received this sword is too tight. However the people at Ronin Katana promptly responded to my concerns about this and said that it was most likely swelling from humidity and that it should loosen over time which it has at the time of writing this review. The leather in the sheath has started to take a miniscule cut near the throat from the blade slicing over the area from repeated drawings. The swelling of the sheath and the small cut prevent a five star rating as this sword is still very new but it still comes very highly recommended and it is the same high standard of craftsmanship that I have come to expect from Ronin Katana (my 2nd purchase from them) I look forward to future purchases from them.

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