A Spanish replica maker, Denix creates museum-grade Collectables to decorate your home or serve as theatrical props. Among these replicas, Denix remains especially well-known for their high-quality, non-firing firearms. Medieval Collectables carries a variety of types of these gun replicas, including historical rifles, flintlocks, and pistols. In addition to guns, we carry fine Denix western badges, sword wall plaques, miniature cannons, sword letter openers, replica bullets, and more! We also provide a number of sword hangers and weapon display stands to allow any collector to create an attractive presentation of their pieces. Whether you have a particular interest in historical weapon replicas or simply enjoy adding touches of the past to your decor, we surely possess something to pique your interest!
The British pattern 1853 rifle musket was the second most widely used infantry weapon of the Civil War. Both Federal and Confederate troops used the rifle throughout and almost one million were shipped from British manufacturers.
The Templars were established in the early 12th century following the First Crusade and were charged with protecting pilgrims on the way to the Holy Land. The knights of the religious military order favored a strong, beautiful sword.
The Roman dagger, or Pugio, was a standard weapon carried by the Roman Legions. This replica by Denix of a museum piece illustrates the skill of the artisan and the taste of the Roman officer who wore the original.
The Two Hand Celtic Axe is made in Spain and crafted by Denix. The decorative Celtic Bearded Axe is a classic Viking design decorated with etched Celtic knotwork. The unsharpened axe head is cast metal affixed to a hardwood shaft.
The Freemasons gave the Masonic Sword as an award of rank and merit. The engravings on the sword and scabbard displayed the symbols of the movement. This replica faithfully reproduces the detail of a Masonic sword of the period.
The knights of this religious military order favored a strong but beautiful sword. This reproduction features include a heavy simulated gold handle, hand guard, and fittings with a red simulated leather wrapped scabbard.
The AK-47 (shortened from Russian Avtomat Kalashnikova 1947) is a gas-operated assault rifle designed by Mikhail Kalashnikov, and produced by Russian manufacturer Izhevsk Mechanical Works and used by many during the Cold War.
In 1985, the Beretta 9mm replaced the .45 as official sidearm of the U. S. Military. An Italian manufacturer makes this semi-automatic pistol for armies and police forces around the world. This replica looks and feels real.
The German war axe is based on a German 13th century museum piece. The axe is great for costuming or role-playing and cannot be sharpened. The German war axe also makes a fine wall decoration or home decor item.
The Brown Bess was one of the most renowned flintlock muskets ever produced. Introduced during the reign of Queen Anne (1702-1714), the gun was one of the most significant firearms of the American Revolution.
In 1985, the model 92F, 9mm Parabellum (FD1254) replaced the .45 as official sidearm of the U. S. Military. An Italian manufacturer makes this semi-automatic pistol for armies and police forces around the world.
Son of Henry II and King of England, Richard I was known as a powerful king, a chivalrous knight, and a fearless warrior. He was called Coeur de Lion or Richard the Lionheart, and he is also known as the Crusader King.
The Lee-Enfield was the British Army standard bolt-action, magazine-fed, repeating rifle from 1895 until 1956. Total production of all Lee-Enfields is at over 17 million, making it the one of the most produced military bolt actions.
The Roman Sword, or Gladius, evolved from weapons captured during the Roman campaign in the Iberian peninsula. By the first century A.D., it had been refined to the form shown in this replica by Denix.
These bullet replicas are made to fit the Denix MP-40 Submachine Guns. They are solid metal castings and cannot be made fireable. The MP-40 Submachine Gun replica bullets are sold individually.
This pirate style pistol from the 1700s has a wood stock with a skull butt plate and barrel. It comes with an antique gray finished engraved barrel. The pirate flintlock has a functional lock mechanism but cannot fire live rounds.
Hugues de Payens was a French Knight in the Champagne region and co-founder and Grand Master of the Knights Templar. At the request of Pope Urban II, he organized nine monk-knights to defend pilgrims traveling to the Holy Land.
This pirate style pistol from the 1700s has a wood stock with a skull butt plate and barrel. It comes with a simulated brass finish engraved barrel. The pirate flintlock has a functional lock mechanism but cannot fire live rounds.
The Cutlass was a short slashing sword, ideal for the battles aboard great sailing men-of-war. The cutlass was, in fact, issued to the Naval personnel of many countries, replicating a French naval style of the early 19th century.
Our badges of the Old West collection replicate surviving examples in detail and feature cast metal construction with solid mounted spring pins. They are great for Western re-enactors, collectors of Western memorabilia, or decor.