Scholar Trainer Pair
Regular price $860.00
Created to meet the needs of the modern practitioner. Combining the weight, feel and action of a period swords in a steel trainer.
Blade length: 31"
Overall length: 38"
Point of Balance: 3"
Grip length: 4.5"
Weight: 2.5 lbs
A pair of single-handed training swords for the western martial artist looking for the feel and action of a period sword. This trainer is designed to take a great deal of use and provide a safe and effective option for today's student of such historical manuals as I.33. Period blunts of this type of sword seem to be very rare in collections today. We have based this piece on the sharp swords of the period, the few single handed trainers that survive and our experience with practicing Western Martial Artists today.
The blade is rectangular in cross-section with rounded corners and is tempered to a 50 RC. The blade is tapered to provide a slight flex in the foible but stiffness in the forte for correct action and feel. The slightly down turned guard and the faceted wheel pommel are made of tool steel and will survive rigorous use. The grip is wood covered in leather.
"I have used the Arms & Armor Scholar Sword and Spada da Zogho models regularly since September of 2005, and they are simply the best training swords available today. They are everything a swordsman wants: balanced, durable, historically correct weight and design, and a light, fluid feel in the hand that is unsurpassed. Built to specifications laid down by swordsmen centuries ago, these swords set the standard of excellence for training in the Western Martial Arts today."
Shipping Domestic US 64.00 (multiple sword shipping discounted)
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Custom or Modification Request
A&A does a number of custom items each year and we are able to modify some of our stock items as well. Please send us a quick note about what you maybe interested in and we can discuss possibilities and get the process started.