Glaive Talk - Whiskey & Weapons VI

Today Craig and Nathan talk about the development of our new 15th Century French Glaive.  Also known as a Breach Knif...

Glaive, a new item from Arms & Armor

Today we are happy to introduce a beautiful new product, our 15th Century French Glaive. We are very excited about th...

A New Mystery Weapon Takes Form...

A new product is being formed deep in the depths of Arms and Armor. Its makers pour all of their knowledge and skill ...

Sword News! and friends in need!

Hello All. Today's post is a bit different as it's about the wider community of sword folks. The sword world seems t...

Comparing two rapier hilts from Arms and Armor

Today we take a close look at the details of, and differences between two of our rapier hilts. These are both replica...

Don't forget to Axe your Valentine!

Happy Valentines Day!  When it comes to expressing love, people often turn to traditional gifts like flowers, chocol...

Light Feders? Historical Reality...

Today we deemed the recent controversy over light feders to be worthy of an episode of Whiskey and Weapons.  Grab a b...

Experience the Joy of One-Handed Swords!

Today we have a word or two in support of the one handed sword. The most common style of sword throughout the medieva...

Italian single handed 14th Century Sword, The Malaspina

Marquis of Fosdinovo Galeotto Malaspina Our Malaspina sword is an excellent example of the knightly arming sword o...

Understanding sword edges

I recently had a nice talk with a younger fellow who was discussing his first sword purchase and some of his concerns...

A custom Roman Gladius

Almost certainly the most iconic sword of the ancient world was the Roman Gladius. This sturdy short sword was the ar...

Cutting with a really big sword at Valley of the Sun

Today we just want to say thank you to Phil Martin, Brittany St. Leafy, and everyone who made the Valley of the Sun C...
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