Nylon Two Handed Whalebone Practice Sword

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$90.00

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If you're looking for some real training or just a good medieval spar, look no further. These high-grade, nylon practice swords are designed as the ultimate training tool. They can be used like a waster for Drilling and Pell Work and can also be used for Sparring (with appropriate protection).

The blades are constructed to flex in the last 1/3 towards the tip, allowing a blade that can be used for thrusting (protection should ALWAYS be worn) without being whippy. The swords can be taken apart easily by unscrewing the pommel. This makes transporting them easy. The sword weighs about 2/3 of the weight of a real sword. This is designed to lower the impact when sparring. The weight is kept back towards the hilt further lessening this impact. They are very well balanced and are heavier than most wooden wasters on the market. read more

The blade color is whalebone, although it can easily be painted to a color of your choice. Also available in one handed.
  • Overall: 48-1/2"
  • Blade: 38" long, 2" wide, 1/2" thick
  • Wt: 1 lb / 6 oz

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