Hand and a Half Training Swords

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)


Most young men have a fascination with traditional weaponry. These professional quality practice / training swords have the heft of steel blades without the danger. Designed to allow users to learn swordplay safely. This is the longer and larger of the training swords.



Hand and a Half Training Sword 

This sword is called a hand and a half because it can be used with one hand while on horseback and with two when dismounted. It’s the largest sword you can use with one hand.

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  • 11″ PP HANDLE



Broad Sword and Single Stick Self Defense Manual Front Cover Web

New! Broad Sword and Single Stick

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.

Read the foreword by our son, John Calvin Young.

eBook, formatted for easy printing (choose 2-up), 102 pages.  $5  FREE with the purchase of two training swords

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2 reviews for Hand and a Half Training Swords

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Rachel (verified owner)

    I bought these for my 13 and 16yr old boys for Christmas. They absolutely LOVE them! They are very well made and are holding up to lots of use.

    • Hal and Melanie Young

      I am so glad to hear it, Rachel!!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Treshaun Billingslea-Houston

    My name is Treshaun Billingslea-Houston I came with my younger sister and our friend Connie. I saw your booth at the NCHE Thrive Conference in 2016. I got excited because as a child I would pick up sticks and swing them for hours lost in my own fantasy world. So swords have always had a big place in my heart, but I wanted something strong and study since I knew how hard I am with equipment. So I asked ( who I believed was one of your sons ) “how strong or they”? Kindly enough he gave me a “demonstration”. He proceeded to take up a sword and held it above his head and signed to me. I asked how hard, and can I jump? he said as hard as you like just don’t jump. I went for it with all I could for one swing ( without trying to hurt him ). It gave off this loud pop throughout the entire auditorium, everyone stops what there doing and looks at us. It was a really cool moment for me! Thank you so much for selling these that day it was really awesome! I bought two swords that day.

    • Hal and Melanie Young

      I am so glad to hear your story! That’s one reason we love the training swords, too. You can go to town, swinging as hard as you like and not worry about damaging them. So much fun! Thank you for sharing. 🙂

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