Claymore Swords


two-handed claymore sword

Battle Merchant
111.98 €
Get ready to wield a mighty two-handed Claymore sword! This Claymore sword, manufactured by the renowned Battle Merchant brand, is a true work of art. Its carbon steel blade guarantees exceptional durability and an impeccable edge. With a length of 105 cm, this sword is perfect for those brave warriors who want to be noticed on the battlefield. But don't...
Scottish Swords

Scottish Claymore Sword

Battle Merchant
82.48 €
Would you like to have a unique piece that transports you to the times of ancient Scotland? With our Two-Handed Scottish Claymore Sword you can relive history and be the center of attention at any occasion. Our sword has a blade forged in high-quality carbon steel, which guarantees its durability and resistance. Its decorative design is a true work of...
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Functional Claymore sword, sharp blade

Cass Hanwei (Paul Chen)
314.99 €
Are you looking for a sword that combines style and functionality? Do not look any further! We present you the functional Claymore Sword with sharp blade. This sword stands out for its unique style hilt, which differentiates it from the rest of the swords of the time. Furthermore, its blade is sharp, making it a deadly tool in the hands of a skilled...
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Functional Claymore Sword

Jiri Krondak
391.50 €
Do you want to feel like a real medieval warrior? With the functional Claymore sword you can relive the epic battle of the Scots against the English in the 13th century. Get ready to wield a powerful weapon of Scottish origin! The Functional Claymore Sword features a tempered carbon steel blade, making it strong and durable. In addition, its steel pommel...

Claymore latex sword, 140 cms.

Epic Armoury
138.02 €
Are you ready to embark on epic and exciting adventures? With the 140 cm Claymore sword, you can immerse yourself in the world of live role-playing games, historical re-enactments and much more. This sword, manufactured by Epic Armory, has been designed with functionality and durability in mind. Its strong latex coating makes it resistant and safe for use...
Scottish Swords

Functional Scottish Claymore Sword

Windlass Steel Crafts
224.75 €
Discover the imposing functional Claymore Scottish Sword, an authentic masterpiece of the Windlass Steel Crafts brand. This 2-handed sword is undoubtedly the perfect choice for those looking for quality and design in every detail. The William Wallace Sword stands out for its impressive blade made of high carbon content 1065, which guarantees its...
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Scottish Sword Claymore wooden handle, 133 cms.

Art Gladius
104.48 €
Are you looking for a sword that combines elegance and resistance? Then the Claymore Scottish Sword is perfect for you. With its stainless steel blade, this sword is not only durable, but also easy to maintain. Forget worrying about rust or wear as this sword is built to stand the test of time. But it is not only its blade that makes it special. The...

Claymore Greatsword Sword

236.36 €
The Claymore Greatsword is a true historical jewel that pays homage to the brave King James I of Scotland. This monarch, crowned in 1424 in Scone, left an indelible legacy in the history of Scotland. James I was a brave and determined king, who did not hesitate to crush the House of Albano and reduce the powers of the feudal nobles. In addition, he...
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Two-handed Scottish Claymore sword, 16th century

Battle Merchant
119.98 €
Replica of a two-handed Scottish Claymore Sword from the 16th century. Based on other original 16th century swords (such as those found in, among others, the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh or the British Museum in London), this value-for-money, historically authentic Claymore sword features the classic design of the Scottish sword. The blade is...
Claymore Swords

Scottish Medieval Claymore Sword

Lord of Battles
123.96 €
The Medieval Scottish Claymore Sword you have described is a stunning representation of this iconic historical weapon. Here I present its most outstanding features: Carbon Steel Blade: Carbon steel blade is known for its durability and hardness. This makes it ideal for decorative purposes. Gold Knob and Guard: The gold-colored pommel and guard add a touch...
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Scottish Claymore medieval sword, silver

Lord of Battles
82.64 €
Without a doubt, the Medieval Scottish Claymore Sword you have described is a masterpiece that captures the essence and beauty of this iconic historical weapon. Here we summarize its outstanding features: Carbon Steel Blade: The choice of carbon steel for the blade ensures exceptional durability and strength that is ideal for both display and potential...
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Functional Claymore sword, old finish (139 cm.)

Cass Hanwei (Paul Chen)
321.99 €
Immerse yourself in the majesty of history with our functional Claymore Sword, finished in antique, the Scottish Claymore 'Antiqued'. As the faithful companion of Highland warriors of the 15th and 16th centuries, this sword has a unique style that distinguishes it from other great swords of the period. With a typical length of one and a half hands, this...
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Claymore Swords: Discover the Fascinating Scottish Swords

Claymore Swords are legendary weapons of Scottish culture that have left an indelible mark on history. Known for their imposing size and ability to cut through almost anything, these swords have become effective combat tools over the centuries.

What are Claymore Swords?

Claymore swords are two-handed weapons that originated in Scotland in the 15th century. They were widely used by brave Scottish warriors during the border wars, when clans fought fiercely for control of territory. Despite being considered medieval weapons, Claymore swords continued to be used even at the Battle of Culloden in 1746. The name "Claymore" comes from the Scottish Gaelic "claidheamh mòr", which means "great sword".

Claymore Swords Design

Claymore swords are characterized by having a long, straight blade that exceeds one meter in length. Its handle is equally long, allowing it to be used with both hands to provide greater control and balance in combat. The pommel of the sword usually curves upward, counteracting the weight of the blade and making it easier to handle.

Making Claymore Swords

The manufacture of Claymore swords involved the use of wrought iron or steel. Skilled blacksmiths heated the metal until it reached the right temperature to be molded. They then hammered and shaped the metal to create the desired sword. To strengthen the blade, the metal was quickly cooled by immersing it in water or oil.

Why were Claymore Swords so effective?

Claymore swords stood out for their effectiveness on the battlefield thanks to their ingenious design. They were long enough to keep enemies at a distance, but heavy enough to cut through most armor. The use of both hands provided greater control and balance, allowing warriors to wield the sword with precision.

Although Claymore swords are no longer used in warfare, they still have a special place in some sports and recreational activities. Fans of Scottish history and culture can purchase replicas of Claymore swords as collectors' items.

Curious Questions about Claymore Swords

  • What does the term "Claymore" mean in Scottish Gaelic?
    "Claymore" means "great sword" in Scottish Gaelic.
  • What is the typical length of a claymore sword?
    A Claymore sword is usually more than a meter in length.
  • Why are Claymore swords considered effective in combat?
    Claymore swords are effective due to their length and weight, allowing them to keep enemies at a distance and cut through most armor.
  • In what century did Claymore swords originate?
    Claymore swords originated in the 15th century in Scotland.
  • What is the current purpose of claymore swords?
    Although no longer used in warfare, Claymore swords are still used in sports and recreational activities, and are valued by collectors as historical objects.
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