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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...

Dussak Trainer- #253

The Dussack is a foundational weapon to the martial arts of Northern Europe. The single edged, often slightly curved ...

Fechterspiel Options - Extended Grip Video

Here we describe one of the options available on our Fechterspiel and Fechtbuch Longsword Trainers. We have been adju...

New Choices!

We are excited to offer a new menu of options for most of our swords. Although we have always offered custom alterati...

Origin Story: Arms & Armor Fechtbuch and Fechterspiel training swords

We recently had one of our very first steel longsword trainers come in for a spit and polish and a new grip cover. Th...
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