Gustav Vasa Rapier

Reproductions in support of the original

Nordland Axe #213

One of our favorite items!

Thanksgiving Arms & Armor

Pieces from early America

"Sword Like Objects" part 2

How we approach making a sword.

How to maintain your sword

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

Edge damage on feders: comparing a Fechterspiel with historic originals

we compare the characteristics of our Arms and Armor Fechterspiel sword with those of some original feders in the Met...

What to think about when purchasing a HEMA/WMA Trainer - Part 3

"A blade length that fits you is better than having one that is too long."

What to think about when purchasing a HEMA/WMA Trainer - Part 2

Grip size: does it matter? Circumference of the grip is an important detail that some overlook, but it is directly r...

Training Sword Options- Tournament Grip

In this blog post we discuss our tournament grip option. This is a wooden core grip bound by glued cord its full leng...

On polearms and ash borers...

Here at Arms and Armor we have long sung the praises of ash wood.  Ash was the most highly prized material for mediev...
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