January 2009

Question by Cameron Bob: What sort of medieval sword really should I get?
I’m looking for a real medieval sword to buy off the web. Ideally hand made and quite good hunting. This would be my initial sword also. Ps do you want a licence to have a sword in Canada?

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Solution by william
You really should “try out on” sword and examination it for suitable stability and grip, excess weight is also essential

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German Knights Halberd

by admin on January 17, 2009

German Knights Halberd

  • Authentic Hunting

Rittersteel Authentics Halberds are Brilliant! Hand-designed with blackened heads. Each and every head is secured with hand pounded rivets on a rectangular shaved blackened and seared wood deal with. These halberds have rectangular poles for authenticity. (Rectangular handles afforded a much better directional grip than spherical poles). This type has a sharp blade to one particular facet with a downward curved spike to the other, and a spear on best. Each actions above six-1/two feet large varying because of to every currently being individually created. L

Record Value: $ 248.00

Value: $ 248.00


Nice Viking Sword photographs

by admin on January 14, 2009

Check out these viking sword photos:

Swords at Hafrsfjord
viking sword

Picture by Helge Carlsen


Question by La Ultima Mandala Mata: Is it true that Eskrima/Kali is superior to European and Japanese sword arts?
I heard it was produced to counter European Fencing and Japanese Kenjutsu because of to the historical origins of the sword artwork.
(Employed to repulse Spanish and Japanese invaders)

I would like to know if this is correct. Thank you.
Also, what is it actually named? Eskrima or Kali?
What are the practitioners called? Kalistas or Eskrimadors?

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Reply by Shienaran
Not genuinely, it is very powerful in shut quarters. But general, it won’t be able to actually contend with the Fencing rapier/dagger combo and Japanese Katana when it comes to reach benefit. I feel the perception that it is superior to other weapon variations arrives from the truth that unlike fencing and kendo which have been watered down into sports competitors arts nowadays, Kali is nevertheless pretty much taught largely as a combat/fighting art and as a result has not been stripped of the more deadly strategies and is generally even now taught as close to the unique fighting types as have been practiced by the ancient Kali practitioners. But against authentic Kenjutsu practitioners or professional Rapier and Dagger maestros of Europe, I’d say it would be fairly a lot even, with Kali possessing a slight disadvantage of attain, since most Kali styles today favors quick swords and daggers. Despite the fact that a two handed Filipino sword named a Kampilan wielded in historic occasions may possibly be in a position to hold it really is individual, but sadly, no person I know in the Philippines teaches how to use this ancient fighting weapon any more.

As for your other question. To my understanding, Kali is thought to refer to the ancient fighting type of the historic Filipino warriors who utilised a small sword named a Kalis. Warriors like Sultan Kudarat and Datu Lapu Lapu have been allegedly skilled with this artwork and used it to repel Spanish invaders. Eskrima was produced throughout the Spanish colonial occupation of the Philippines, Eskrima is in fact derived from the Spanish term Escrima which implies to fence or fencing. Eskrima is a hybrid design combining the strategies of Kali and the Spanish Rapier and Dagger fighting tactics and was practiced by Spanish-Filipino gentlemen in the 18th and 19th century Philippines. Kali and Eskrima practitioners are referred to as Kalisadores and Eskrimadores, a sign of Spanish affect in Philippine tradition and language.

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Question by Joseph E: What is the variation in design of Viking swords in contrast the Celtic swords?

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Response by Naz F
Viking swords in fact progressed from Celtic swords, but had wider blades, and greater-developed hilts.


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