Medieval Collectibles has a large variety of Medieval Crossbows that look like they came straight from the castle's guard. All of our Medieval Crossbows are decorative, they are great conversation pieces and home decor. Our crossbows all have functioning parts and will shoot, however they are intended for decorative purposes only. We have several styles of crossbows such as Rams Head, Italian, Spanish and French.
This unique medieval crossbow of long ago has been beautifully reproduced in Italy and is a fascinating decorative replica, with moving parts. The Medieval Gun Crossbow size and shape appear much like a gun.
These replica medieval crossbows are made in Italy and intended for decorative use only. However, these crossbows have functional moving parts and come complete with arrow. This medieval crossbow measures 25.5 inches long and 16 inches wide.
European Crossbows of the Middle Ages saved many a Castle from siege. Crossbows were brought to England by the Normans in 1066 and soon became an important weapon in history. Get your crossbow now because "Bigger is Better" in defense of a Castle.
A most trusted line of defense for the medieval castle in middle age warfare was the fearless guard, atop the tower with his tower guards crossbow. This beautifully made replica crossbow is made in Italy and is intended for decorative use only.
The power and fortitude of the mighty Ram, a beast of the wild that faces its opponent in a relentless stand of strength is depicted on this unique crossbow. This beautiful crossbow, crafted in Italy bears a hand carved Rams Head.
A ranged weapon this small ensures that you're never safe, no matter how secure you feel. This Mini Pistol LARP Crossbow is smaller and easier to conceal then a typical crossbow, which means you never know when a bolt might come hurtling your way.
Originally, the crossbow was designed not for precise aiming, but as a 'point and shoot' weapon. But as time went on, the design evolved, until it became something like this Hunter LARP Crossbow, which can be fired from both the hip and the shoulder.
This crossbow diverges from typical medieval design and instead highlights features that would have appealed to a strong-armed orc. The Orc LARP Crossbow is simple in its look and its design, although it remains an effective weapon to use at range.
The Landsknecht were a group of German force that made good use of several medieval weapons during their campaigns, and one of the most feared as the crossbow. The Landsknecht LARP Crossbow is named after them and modeled after their typical crossbow.
For a nautical twist on a classic medieval bolt weapon look no further than this Pirate Crossbow. Made into the shape of a similar flintlock it mimics the form of the pistols that pirates so often favored when looting and pillaging.