Scottish Claymore Two Handed Broadsword


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  • 32" carbon steel blade
  • Matching metal scabbard
  • Solid brass handle was with ornate designs
  • 40" overall length
  • (Half-tang blade)

The legendary Scottish Claymore gained its fame and notoriety from its use by the Highlanders in their rebellions against the English during the 1700s. This replica sword is still a part of the formal uniform of the soldiers the British Army’s Highland Division, formed from the amalgamation of the old Highland Regiments.

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Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.67 out of 5
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Nov 01, 2019
(5 out of 5)
Great Trainer

This sword (Highland Broadsword) is ideal for solo practice or as a decoration for den or studio. It's an excellent value for the price. It's weight and size is also a feature to appreciate. Training with this stout sword will give you the often spoken about "swordsman arm" (strength). The detail is quite amazing, from the scabbard to the sword itself I think most people will be pleased with the attention to detail and to own this classy unit. In the studio (fencing salon) this is one sword that always catches the eye of any visitors, it is so unique. All in all an affordable piece of history that is fun to own, train with and display.


Feb 27, 2016
(5 out of 5)
conversation piece

i received this sword from a friend whom owed me money, i took it home and was very happy with its looks,feel,and weight..people come over to visit and asked me why its hanging on the wall instead of being worn on my belt..


Apr 16, 2015
(4 out of 5)

Surprisingly well made for the price. I am very pleased with it.


Vernon.E. Wright
Apr 09, 2015
(4 out of 5)
Both styles

I have purchased two different styles from you and both are great. One is a single edged back blade in a slightly curved scabbard with a flat sheet extended end protector (I do not have the proper name for the style), and the other is a double edged in a straight scabbard with a ball finial. Both are very nice and great pieces. I look forward to purchasing variants of both from you as time allows.


Feb 20, 2014
(5 out of 5)
great buy

i got this on the bogo deal, and well worth it even if i had only bought one. very heavy, the not sharp is not a problem as i can sharpen it if i choose. i do wish it were double edged, but i can get over it..


Feb 15, 2014
(5 out of 5)
Big Steel and Brass

The Good: It has a great look feel, and a fabulous deal for 5 pounds of crafted steel and brass. I can't believe they can even make the heavy duty scabbard for that price, much less the sword. It is So hard to get real solid cast & polished brass anymore, especially a huge hilt like this. Most guards and pommels are all just plated, unless you pay a fortune. In the Nepali store you pay more for a simple brass dinner plate than this whole sword. The Not so Good: In the old model, the blade was double edged, and triple fullered. This new model is single edged, and single fullered, but an inch longer, and, with the heavier scabbard, almost a full pound heavier than the old model. They also put heavy duty steel suspension rings, rather than the hoky split rings of the old model, which were little more than large key rings. I really like that. Sword for sword, the new model is A very reasonable trade off, but I actually prefer the double edged old one because it is more authentic. I don't think they have changed the catalog picture or description yet, so be forewarned if the picture still shows the old model. Overall it is a fabulous deal on a great sword. People go straight to it (and especially the older one) first in my wall of swords. Not sharp at all, but if you love it, you can sharpen it. Sharpen it by hand with a great big metal file if you want to keep it authentic. Also, If you really love it, an hour or two with a rat-tail file will sharpen up the edges inside all the pierced holes in the guard, and give it an even more crisp, clean, authentic look. After one winter buried in my garden, I had a sword dealer quite sure my old one is a real antique. If I were dishonest, I would have sold it to him and bought 5 more just like it from BudK. And No, I didn't, I just wanted a matched pair, which this one is not quite, but close enough when I get done working on it.


Jan 02, 2014
(5 out of 5)
Expectations Met!

The two prior reviews clarify the description nicely, and I got exactly what I wanted. Very sturdy, heavy sword. Fair amount of grease on it from shipping, but easily wiped away. Unsharpened blade but the point could still be dangerous. Wait for a good discount and it's well worth the price.


May 08, 2011
(5 out of 5)
Great sword

A great sword that I have no regrets on buying, great weight and length. The hilt is nice and it does not pinch your hand like some basket hilts tend to do, could be sharper, but that can be fixed


Jun 08, 2009
(4 out of 5)
Good product but disappointed

The Basket hilt claymore is a very good product but I am disappointed that it is not as it is pictured in the catalog. I just received mine today and it has no blood grooves, nor is it double edged as it appears in the catalog. Also from what I can tell there is no leather basket around the handle, just the red material. Overall I believe this is a fine sword just that it should be pictured in the catalog as it will appear when it is received by a costumer.


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