Stronghold’s Swashbuckler is a fantasy cutlass inspired by naval swords and rapiers. The sword is 71 cm long and has a 52 cm curved blade that widens toward the end, designed to chop and slice when in a fight against the Parliamentarians. The detailed handle--with its curved crossguard and spherical pommel--features a handpainted finish that looks like aged iron. The 10 cm grip is cast and painted to look like wood and is ergonomically shaped, with a loop attached to the crossguard for the index finger. This grip gives you more accuracy when wielding the Swashbuckler cutlass and looks like an hybrid between sabre's and smallsword's designs.
The Stronghold brand of injected foam weaponry combines safety and durability. They uses a lightweight medium density foam that is both soft and very resilient. It has a fiberglass rod that is coated by a layer of polyurethane foam, making it near indestructible and giving it an amazing flex capacity. Then rob is also tipped with a rubber tube to allow stabbing. This collection uses a heavier more resistant foam known for its strength in heavy combat situations.
Made in India by Iron Fortress