Sword wounds: ancient and otherwise

This post contains humorous but graphic descriptions of wounds we get while making swords.

Flame-bladed swords, why?

What are Flamberge, Flammard, Flambard, and Serpentine blades for?

Prototype Type XVIIIc

New sword on the way!

Medieval Sword Grip Size

How big should my grip be?

Swords with a hexagonal blade section.

Swords with a hexagonal blade section seem to get little attention these days.  Maybe it's because so many cheap "Tol...

Researching Combat- Viking

Viking Combat practice and research!

Pumpkin Destruction Contest

Squash the Squash!

How to maintain your sword

   THE CARE AND FEEDING OF YOUR WEAPON     The weapons crafted for you by Arms & Armor have all the characteristi...
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