Spada da Zogho: A Sword for the Flower of Battle

An interesting aspect of being a sword maker is trying to create swords to fit particular historical uses.  In today'...

Montante Trainer Spotlight

The montante was a large two handed sword that became popular in 17th century Spain and Portugal. It was related to ...

The Sword Guy Podcast - Craig Interview

Two swords that taught me a great deal about swords

Milanese Rapier Spotlight

Our Milanese Rapier is the focus of today's post. This dramatic piece is a great example of the mid 16th Century arms...

Matching your feder to your sharp longsword

  A big hurdle for folks starting out in HEMA is that their first real exposure to how a sword ought to feel is throu...

The Quarterstaff

The staff is one of the most simple and universal of weapons. Used by cultures around the world and across time, it ...

Should I get rings on my feder?

Should a practice sword have rings on the gaurd?

What is a Parrying Dagger?

a common feature on parrying daggers is a side ring

Top ten weapons to buy with your stimulus check

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Smallsword

Exceptional, light and deadly....

Scholar Sword Training Pair

To get the best experience when training with the sword a consistent and challenging training partner is invaluable....
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