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Traditional Chinese Battle Swords...

One thing we know for good, The chinese new how to make blades with there unique style. All these swords we offer in the Chinese Swords category are ready for battle swords with live blades. One of the swords to mention is the Steven Seagal Sword Breaker with it's unique tri-blade shape.

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  1. Battle Gim Sword

    Chinese Battle Gim

    £574.99

    While researching traditional Chinese weapons near Shanghai, we visited a distinguished collector who had an ancient Wu Jian, or battle Gim. Its appearance and martial spirit were so unique and impressive that it warranted being reproduced for Cold Steel's customers.

    The Battle Gim is forged from our best DAMASCUS STEEL by talented smiths, it features a broad symm ...Learn More

  2. Gim Sword

    Chinese Gim Sword

    £344.99

    There are two basic types of straight bladed swords used in China. One is fairly long and heavy known as the Wu Jian or "Martial Sword". The other is substantially lighter and called a Wen Jian or "Scholar's Sword" and was primarily carried for personal self defense.

    After studying books and video tapes on the history and use of both weapons, we have decided to make our own battle wo ...Learn More

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    Chinese Sword Breaker

    £319.99

    The ancient Chinese Sword Breaker had a rectangular (occasionally hollow ground) cross section with sharp corners making it possible for it to focus a blow with maximum impact. Such a blow could, at the very least, beat an opponent's blade aside or so far "out of line" that recovery in time to mount a defense was virtually impossible. At the most, it could live up to its name and ...Learn More

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    Chinese Jade Lion Gim Dagger

    £349.99

    The concept of the guardian lion emerged in China over 1800 years ago during the Han Dynasty. The lion, fierce, courageous, loyal and swift, was the perfect symbol to guard home and hearth. Both decorative and symbolic, it was common to see elegant sculptures of these lions guarding the homes of the wealthy and aristocratic or even the gates of the Imperial Palace and the tombs of the Chinese e ...Learn More

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    Steven Seagal Sword Breaker

    £409.99

    Steven Seagal is a Martial Artist who should need no introduction. He found international acclaim and celebrity for his high-octane Action Movies, but he is first and foremost love is the world of Martial Arts.

    With an encyclopedic knowledge of the Japanese warrior arts, a 7th Dan Black Belt in the art of Aikido and a lifetime of training, he is still a much-in-dem ...Learn More

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    Chinese Man At Arms War Sword

    £289.99

    The Man at Arms was a warrior, pure and simple. A stalwart and dependable soldier who exhibited great martial prowess with a range of swords. He was a capable and competent warrior who was the veteran of many conflicts and was often first into the fray. Although he was not a Knight, he fought and trained alongside them as a brother in arms.

    To honor these rugged, reliable, salt-of-th ...Learn More

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    Chinese War Sword

    £399.99

    Few swords are more intimidating or more effective than the two handed Chinese War Sword. Its huge, wide blade will shear through armor as if it were butter, not to mention mere flesh and bones. There is nothing clumsy or awkward about this sword. Its 14" cord wrapped grip, "S" shaped guard, and steel ring pommel all work in concert to make it a well balanced weapon that's unbelievably fa ...Learn More

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    Chinese Butterfly Swords

    £324.99

    Prior to World War II, the Butterfly Sword was virtually unknown outside of southern China. This changed at the close of the 1940's, when the Communists took control of mainland China, forcing many Kung Fu masters to flee the oppressive regime and establish new schools elsewhere. Currently, due to the spread of Kung Fu, these once obscure swords have become quite popular.

    Typically, ...Learn More

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    Chinese Jade Lion Gim Sword

    £569.99

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    The concept of the guardian lion emerged in China over 1800 years ago during the Han Dynasty. The lion, fierce, courageous, loyal and swift, was the perfect symbol to guard home and hearth. Both decorative and symbolic, it was common to see elegant sculptures of these lions guarding the homes of the wealthy and aristocratic or even the gates of the Imperial Palace and the tombs of the Chinese e ...Learn More

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