Medieval Falchion Training Sword
The falchion sword, similar in style to ancient Persian scimitar, was a very common sword in the late Middle Ages and Renaissance, as we can tell from art of the period, but they were so useful that only a handful have survived to the present day! This is the style of Falchion, pronounced fal-chun or fall-shun, used in Europe. It has a short back edge at the end, making it a partially double-edged blade, generally wielded with one hand.
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- TRAINING/PRACTICE EQUIPMENT
- 38″ OVERALL
- PERFECT WEIGHT AND BALANCE
- SPRIAL DESIGN ON HANDLE HELPS TO IMPROVE GOOD GRIP
- DURABLE – HARD TO DENT!
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Classic Self Defense Training Manual
If you’re making the transition to a real training sword, why not get the information to learn it right?
We are bringing back a classic to help you learn how to defend yourself and others using anything from a sword to an umbrella! Broad Sword and Single Stick teaches much more than just those things… Learn classic fencing positions, how to parry different thrusts, how to choose a walking stick with an eye to self-defense, and how to use common items to defend your family and friends.
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