Discontinued – Cold Steel – Chinese Sword Breaker



When developing this rare and unusual weapon, we drew inspiration from an antique Sword Breaker we were privileged to handle and study on one of our extensive research trips in China. Our modern interpretation features a handle made of dense Rosewood with a fluted cross section that affords a secure and comfortable grip. It features beautifully cast nickel-silver fittings throughout, from the decoratively detailed circular guard to the stout 5 lobbed pommel that effectively counter balances the weight of the blade and makes it easier to wield.
But it’s the “blade” of the Sword Breaker that really has to be seen to be appreciated – Thirty inches long and beautifully forged out of 1050 high carbon steel, our Sword Breaker has a striking rectangular cross section and deeply hollow ground “flats” that serve to focus the unparalleled destructive energy of the weapon. Built for the extremes of an aggressive smashing, hammering fighting style, with a point that is acute enough to pierce with little effort, yet tough enough to perforate even the thickest metal armor, the Sword Breaker can be used to beat and parry an opponent’s sword, and even crack, chip, warp, bend or shatter their weapon with a single resounding blow!
There is no doubt that its girth and heft requires a warrior of substantial strength and agility to wield it properly, but, in the hands of a physically able and skilled warrior, it truly is the scourge of hand-to-hand combat — raining down destruction with each devastating blow!
Provided complete with a beautiful Rosewood scabbard that features nickel-silver furniture to match the grip, our Sword Breaker is popular with both the Martial Arts community and historical re-enactment enthusiasts. A beautiful collectors item and a true battle ready tool, the Sword Breaker is a rare and unusual weapon that will be the talking point of any collection.

SPECS:
Blade Length: 30″
Overall Length: 38 1/4″
Steel: 1055 Carbon
Weight: 51.3 oz
Handle: 8 1/4″
Scabbard: Hardwood Scabbard w/ Nickle-Silver Fittings

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  • so it basically just an overpriced chunk of steel…

    csknives2140 July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • i can't be the only one that finds it gross that they test this out on dead pigs…

    csknives2140 July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • The broken swords were actual Chinese swords.

    Hind Katana July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • Africa in kids could eat that pig

    Raka Haikal July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • I realized, it's 锏

    LIVE LONG July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • imagine some comic book or anime villain used this thing as a staff to walk around and then suddenly pulls this out of nowhere

    Lil Russ July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • I wish I had gotten one of these when I had the chance =(

    JustSomeGuy July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • animals would pefer you stopped that.

    Gaia Earthborn July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • WHY DISCONTINUE !?

    Doomed Breath July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • All I want is the BOAR SPEAR/KATANA/OND-HANDED SPEAR
    But I cannot buy anyone of them because of
    my contries's policy.
    Damn.

    masaki kiriko July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • badass

    skantiloak July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • its like a mix between a mace and a sword, interesting. 🤔

    Sergio Solórzano July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • katana annihilator

    Sergio Solórzano July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • El calvo de Brazzers?

    Ángel MrtiNz July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • Please rerelease this awesome weapon 🙏🏻Thank you so much

    Crusader Phantom July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • i really hope you had a company bbq after this

    Hman3825 July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • You would be better off treating a rebar making a handle for it sharpen the tip than this thing

    Si vis pacem para bellum July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • lynn has to throw everything he gets his hands on.

    Julian Hernandez July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • Jeez, a lot of assholes in the comments section. Sword breakers are heavy clubs intended to break the guard of a swordsman. Swordsman blocks with the edge, they get a notch in their edge. Swordsman blocks with the flat and the blade will likely bend – so the guard is broken and now the swordsman has a broken collarbone or something. Also, consider that this is a Chinese weapon and went up against Chinese swords, many of which were thin and flexible. I've seen them pointed, flanged, ribbed, whatever, that's cool. You can stab people with this one and throw it I guess . . . do some chin-ups. They are demonstrating it is strong. A metal baseball bat is hollow. A pipe is hollow. Hollow bats distribute force over a broader surface which is smooth. This thing is solid, strong, has blunt edges to focus force, has a guard on it for blocking and keeping your hand in place during a thrust, and a pommel so it don't slip out of your hand on a sweet swing. I see your pipe is not equipped with these features. Also, if it were going up against a Chinese broadsword, and said sword was caught with the tip to the ground, it might break the sword. Not all swords, back in the day, were made of totally awesome super badass steel. Whole armies were have been armed with pig-iron weapons. Even with proper steel weapons, old school techniques, if the carbon content was too high or uneven, you could legit break it under the right circumstances. Real swords can actually break. But that's just the cherry.

    Besides, it's a name. Fools don't be like "Claymore? More like Clayless." or "Rapier? Pfff, any thinner and I could floss with it? Couldn't grate cheese with that thing." I mean, the word "Mace" is from a French word that means "Large Hammer". If it was directly translated, people would be like "Wut, lul, build a house with it or somtin?" They didn't just call it a Jian, becasue it's pronounced "Gun" and people would friggen joke all over that with their snobbiness.

    "Uh, I don't think a person could hold a sword like a vice" WELL NOOOOO. REALLY? DID YOU FIGURE THAT OUT ALL BY YOUR LONESOME? HOLY COW you must be some kind of biologist or a vice engineer or something to have such specific knowledge about how the physics of that work. I know, you really want them to just get a hobo out there, hold a sword up and try to block an incoming strike at their dome. When they biff it and their skull caves in, you'd be like "Mmmm, in a real fight he'd be wearing a helmet. Myaaaaaaaaaa."
    It's a demonstration! A DEMONSTRATION! They don't think you are going to be fighting an ice golem or a bunch of tiles, they are showing you that you can smash stuff with it! Sword can't do dat.
    So many assholes.

    Cool weapon, btw. I enjoyed the demo. That looks like it could wreck in a fight.

    The Finest Sake July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • I wonder which side will win.
    japanese katana vs chinese sword breaker
    The Japanese sword is full of fantasies.
    For example, winning a gun with a Japanese sword.

    and The best sword ever.

    In fact, they lose to the Western sword.

    삼태극삼라만상 July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • Imagine the types of barbecues these guys have

    killpc 77 July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • METRIC SYSTEM FUCKING AMERICAAAAAAAANS

    töny 98 July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • I'm just wondering: given the nature of edged weapon combat is this sword test really a fair approximation of battlefield conditions and uses for this giant icepick? First, no swordsman would have turned the flat of his blade to parry a blow on open ground. Second, given a situation where the open ground was eliminated this sword breaker would be almost useless, because there is no open ground to get a good swing.
    The sword breaker might be useful from horseback like some commentors have opined but not as a melee weapon. And given the obvious heft of the weapon there is an increased chance of getting killed by being off-balance, on horseback or on the ground.
    Make a swing at some poor infantryman's head from horseback and while your pulled offline someone sticks a sword or spear through you ribs.
    Just an opinion from a guy who knows combat but not necessarily edged weapon combat.

    Stewart Boyer July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • Nice 😍🥰

    Tanto Warrior July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • It’s crazy that the sword breaker every one is doing and showing don’t brake shit but this this broke a bunch of shit

    jimmy truong July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • Barely a sword breaker lol

    Nels July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • I feel sorry for the pig only to be use for this

    Alj Mansay July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • It's more 'like' cane from steel than sword, because it is breaking thing not slicing or cutting, what do you think?

    Immanuel limbong July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • leave tha pig alone ya fuckin psycho lol

    A B July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • Any sword brakes when impacted from the side. Also, who throws their sword, like thats the first thing they would need to use it for.

    David Brown July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • That's a a quite excessive amount of biopsies

    whynottalklikeapirat July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • So it's sword-mace hybrid. And it can be thrown like javelin.
    Interesting concept.

    Alex Malyarchuk July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • imagine if actual trained warrior wields it instead of some fat modern couch potato

    구독 안하면 프사 님 미래 아들 July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • congrats you broke 6 ceramic plates with a metal rod xd, that shit must be strong

    Bogdan Tamas July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • Why is this discontinued?

    Michael Wright July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • No

    ali mustofa July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • Notice how in the part where they actually had to break the swords they use cheap unhardened mall ninja crap.

    Bob kazamakis July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • Poor pig

    RICK SANCHEZ July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • Needle

    1000 July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • Dont mess with lynn

    Łareti雷呼吸 July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • The weapon at the begining of video looks like hermit swords

    MeGGy - Gaming July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • so your using a gun ehh

    Santad Seejuntra July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply
  • it is supposed to breaker less quality swords. if it breaks anything why would not everyone be using it already?

    X C July 28, 2020 3:31 am Reply

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