Practice & Theatrical Weapons
This Practical Single-Hand Sword is based on the Marshall sword, so named for one of England’s finest knights of the latter half of the 12th century. Built for the rigors of combat training, it has a fully tempered 1566 high-carbon steel blade hardened to 50HRC and left un-edged and un-pointed to minimize injury.
Made with everyday use in mind, the Practical Tai-Chi Sword is great for the learning pupil.
Like the name implies the Practical Katana is an economical cutting sword. Great for cutting practice or for those just starting their collection.
Based on the Albrecht sword, a classic design from the early part of the 15th century, the Practical Hand-and-a-Half Sword by Paul Chen / Hanwei is meant for heavy re-enactment.
This durable training sword will hold up to the most rigorous training and has the esthetic beauty of a real medieval sword. Made of a super-strong polypropylene plastic with thick edges for ultimate safety.
The blade and hilt of the “Hutton” sabre imitate the true training sabres of the late 19th-century Italian style. The high-carbon flex-tempered steel blade has rounded tip and blunt edges for a safe, effective training.
The Tourney Series of blunt swords is the culmination of 20 years of experience producing swords and related pieces for re-enactment and stage use. This classic knightly sword design was used for hundreds of years on the battlefield.
The Tourney Series of blunt swords is the culmination of 20 years of experience producing swords and related pieces for re-enactment and stage use. This sleek Viking sword is lightweight and fast for a sword of this period.
Top Customer Reviews
Review of: Practical Plus XL Light Katana
I have collected a lotta swords (and stuff). but I did NOT have a real katana. For a collector, that's like collecting guns and not having an M1911 - it's almost morally wrong. So, when I happened to come into some extra cash AND MR offered their awesome Black Friday deal, I decided it was time! I wanted one I KNEW was meant to use, so I went for the "practical" line. There were four, and after comparing I went for the most expensive one... I wanted it to LOOK good too, and I also wanted the longer type with a typical handle length. I am sure fully pleased!! Just even looking at it, it was plain this was no-foolin' good steel, not some chromed crap...., and a big hunka hunka steel it is. Thick, hefty and sharp (in case you were wondering, as I was), but not out of balance. No loose fittings anywhere. Simple, but beautiful to the eye. It is exactly what I was looking for!
Reviewed by: Gordon, December 03, 2020
Review of: Tourney Hand and a Half Sword
Great sword! Absolutely love the look and feel. I haven't used it in training yet but I have no doubt that this sword can take a beating. My only issue is that the tip end of the blade does not have much flex. Maybe not the best sword for hard sparing. All and all this sword seems to be a great training partner against a Pell.
Reviewed by: John, December 01, 2020