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I’ve reached a point in my study that my “style” tends to blend a lot different concepts and practices from many different treatises. Sounds about right. I fought in armored tournaments for 5 years before I ever picked up a book, and a lot of the very basic stuff I was shown is universal throughout...
- Wed Sep 09, 2020 2:10 am
- Forum: Weapons & Armour
- Topic: Albion I.33 practice sword- what’s going on here?
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My liechtenauer has the same thing. If I remember correctly there's a video out there showing that step in the process when building one of the maestro line swords, but I have no idea where it would be.
Somebody over on the Facebook group had a question about my standard ranger sword so I threw together this quick little flourish to give some perspective. Nothing fancy. The sword is an upgraded Hanwei Great Sword of War for all who want to know. I rewrapped the handle and reprofiled the blade from...
TaylorSteiner wrote:Awesome stuff Ursus. Can you recommend a good hema book?
The swordsmans companion by Guy Windsor and the beginners guide to longsword by Steaphen Fick are both great for getting started. I've trained with Fick a handful of times and he's one of the best.