Set of 2 47" Kendo Shinai Bamboo Practice Sword
This is a set of 2 47 "long premium quality bamboo shinai. This sword is perfect for light to hard practice use. The shinai comes brand new still wrapped in plastic. The shinai includes a thick plastic guard and securing ring.
- Brand: Etrading
- ASIN: B000H3FJD8
- UPC: 849904007773 Part No: 2PCS AY100
German Bastard Full Tang Tempered Battle Ready Hand Forged Sword *SHARP EDGE
This sword is a perfect replica of these swords lasted from roughly 1350 to 1550, declined in the late 16th century, and they were obsolete by the early 17th century. In modern use, the term "bastard-sword" refers to a specific sort of longsword, most commonly a compromise between the smaller one-handed arming sword and larger two-handed sword that was primarily used in "cut and thrust" type of sword play. Typically, the bastard sword was heavy enough for battlefield use, while still being light enough for the quick moves found commonly in cut-and-thrust fighting and/or dueling. This compromise is accomplished by a distal taper of the blade, and a carefully balanced pommel and grip. Like many German swords it is primarily a cutting sword, with a wide blade that has a flattened oval cross section that gives very little resistance in a cutting blow. It is also a perfect example of a true hand-and-half or bastard sword. The proportions of the sword are that of a one handed sword, but with a slightly longer grip and a pommel shape that will allow two hands to be used by gripping both. The grip is wood covered in cord and leather. The long quillion has a decorative finial on the end and the side rings provide good hand protection. Antiqued steel parts to match the original.
- Brand: Warrior
- ASIN: B00AMQME9C Part No: WR-903
Cold Steel Hand and a Half Training Sword
The best of the world's sword fighters have known a simple truth for ages.. if you want to become a reasonably good sword fighter you should endeavor to learn sword fighting techniques, footwork and the basic stances. However, if you want to be a master at sword fighting you have to eventually start fighting with a "live blade". If your ultimate goal is to wield a razor sharp sword safely and effectively, you need to train with a sword that approximates the size, feel and heft of a live blade, yet minimizes the possibility of causing grievous, permanent, or life-threatening injury to yourself or your training partner. Made of polypropylene. Closely resembles the "live blade" in terms of weight and size. While they're not quite as rigid as wood, they have the advantages of being virtually unbreakable and remarkably stiff and cut resistant. This training aid will not rot, crack split or splinter. Minimizes the possibility of causing grievous or permanent injury to those who used it.
- Color: Black
- Brand: Cold Steel
- ASIN: B001Q72ARC
- UPC: 707568749456 Part No: 92BKHNH
Cold Steel 97GMSZ Gladius Machete,
Gladius machete Cold Steel Gladius machete collectibles knives & blades machetes. Another great addition to any collection.
- Color: Black
- Brand: Cold Steel
- ASIN: B004MMS0PE
- UPC: 707568744673 Part No: 97GMS
Cold Steel 88CS 1917 Cutlass Handle with Leather
In 1917, the U.S. Navy decided to replace its Model 1860 cutlass which had been in continuous service for 57 years, with a new model. Cold Steel's modern recreation of this classic fighting sword is as authentic as possible, it is virtually an exact copy of an original in the personal collection of Cold Steel President, Lynn C. Thompson. Our 1917 Cutlass features the signature 25" curved blade and a half basket guard that's stamped out of heavy 18-gauge high carbon steel, and both the blade and guard are blued to resist rusting. The handle is made from carefully shaped hardwood, painted brown and secured to the tang by three heavy brass cutler's rivets. The scabbard is an accurate reproduction of the original and is made of high quality leather and features brass and copper fixtures. It can be worn comfortably at the side on a pistol belt without chafing its owner.
- Color: Black
- Brand: Cold Steel
- ASIN: B000H6KTLW
- UPC: 705442002116 Part No: 88CS
2PC Combo Full Tang 28" Tanto Ninja Katana Twin Sword Machete w/ Nylon Sheath + Black Chinese Engraved on Blade
All Black Twin Tanto Blade constructed of a single piece of tempered 440 stainless steel with a black non-glare finish will be your most prized possession. Black nylon cord is wrapped around the handle area for a comfortable grip. The scabbard is constructed of nylon to use on your shoulder or strap to your belt. The sharp 440 stainless steel blade is emblazoned with Asian characters enhancing the visual appeal of this incredible weapon. You won't know how you forged a path without this unique and beautiful tool.
- ASIN: B00CNVLMZQ
- UPC: 799599879622 Part No: HK-6183-BK
Timber Wolf Full Tang Ninja Sword Machete with Shoulder Scabbard - All Black Stealth Combat Sword with Multi Carry
Fight like a true ninja when you pick up this powerful, full-tang ninja sword from Timber Wolf. The rock-solid, full-tang stainless steel construction offers pure power and solid durability with a razor-sharp edge. The massive 17 1/4" blade has a black anodized, non-glare finish. The nylon cord wrapped handle provides a sure grip for precision as you wield this beast! Store and carry it in the impact-resistant ABS nylon sheath with adjustable shoulder straps.
- Brand: Timber Wolf
- ASIN: B00BJLXBUU
- UPC: 760729761230 Part No: FBA_TW76
LOTR Lord of the Rings Fighting Knife of Legolas Elven Sword Dagger +
Limited Edition Legolas Elven Sword Dagger Nice piece to add to your collection! 440 Stainless Steel Blade Wood Style Cast Metal Scabbard Overall Length 11" Inches Blade Length 6" Inches Contact us if you have questions!
- Brand: New
- ASIN: B071Y5PPSX
- UPC: 653801214383
KINGUSODO Black Ninja Sword, Full Tang 1045 Steel Handmade Japanese Sword Fighting
- Brand: KINGUSODO
- ASIN: B07G5NR141
- UPC: 699625175264 Part No: 5D-3607-D4E9
26" A Hobbit Like Crusader Medieval Crusader Steel Sword Dagger of The Sting Sword of Frodo Bilbo Baggins with
Here at Mystical Blades½ we have design a A Hobbit Like Crusader Medieval Sword. Specs: Blade - Stainless Steel; Stainless Steel blade; etched, double edged not sharp; Beautiful Elvish Rune leaf design on both sides of the blade; Overall Size is a massive: 26"; Blade Length 17.75"; Handle length: 6.5; Metal Handle with Antique finish, Antique Silver finished metal trim; Fancy Hard Scabbard with Antique Silver Finished Metal trim Sheath made from high ABS plastic.; This sword is a respected classic and looks great in any room of the house. This sword strong enough to be a lifetime keeper. The blade is not-sharp due to legal issues & can be sharpened more, but this is a service we do not offer. Get this awesome movie replica prop today!
- Color: Sheath Black & Silver Blades
- Brand: MysticalBlades
- ASIN: B013ASV2YQ Part No: BAR-4035B
Forza the Samurai Sword Workout : Kick Butt and Get Buff with High-Intensity Sword Fighting
One of New York City's hottest fitness instructors turns her popular new sword fighting workout into an illustated book. The program combines elements of fitness, marcial arts and even meditation into a fun workout.
Breath of the Dragon Wild Fighting Cane Sword Steel
Let this dragon strike your attackers for you! This sword cane combines the traditional design with a fantasy theme. Measuring 37 inch overall, this sword cane’s lightweight black steel shaft conceals a 12.25 inch long 440 stainless steel blade. The cast metal open-mouthed dragon handle features ruby red gem eyes and offers a distinctive look and sturdy grip to this sword cane. The dragon is holding a round green gem in his claws. This item has been well designed for heavy-duty display purposes only!*Must be 18 years or older to buy*SpecificationsOverall Length: 37 InchesPole Shaft Length: 33 InchesBlade Length: 12.25 InchesBlade Material: 440 Stainless SteelCane Handle Material: Authentic Zinc-Aluminum AlloyMotif: Fire Breathing DragonBottom: Black Rubberized Foot
Fire and Sword in the Sudan: A Personal Narrative of Fighting and Serving the Dervishes 1879-1895 -
The joy at meeting my dear friend and former comrade in captivity, Slatin Pasha, in Cairo, after his miraculous escape, was indeed great; and it is with extreme gratification that I comply with the wishes of those friends who are interested in his experiences, to preface them with a few remarks. To have been a fellow-sufferer with him for many years, during which the closest friendship existed between us,—a friendship which, owing to the circumstances of our captivity, was necessarily of a surreptitious nature, but which, interrupted as it was, mutually helped to alleviate our sad lot,—is I think a sufficiently good reason for my friends to urge that I should comply with their wishes. Apart, however, from these purely personal motives, I need only refer to the fact that the small scraps of information which from time to time reached the outside world regarding Slatin Pasha, excited the deepest sympathy for his sad fate; what wonder, then, that there should have been a genuine outburst of rejoicing when he at length escaped from the clutches of the tyrannical Khalifa, and emerged safely from the dark Sudan? It is most natural that all those interested in the weal and woe of Africa should await with deep interest all that Slatin Pasha can tell them of affairs in the former Egyptian Sudan, which only a few short years ago was considered the starting point for the civilisation of the Dark Continent, and which now, fallen, alas! under the despotic rule of a barbarous tyrant, forms the chief impediment to the civilising influences so vigorously at work in all other parts of Africa. Slatin Pasha pleads with perfect justice that, deprived all these years of intellectual intercourse, he cannot do justice to the subject; nevertheless, I consider that it is his bounden duty to describe without delay his strange experiences, and I do not doubt that—whatever literary defects there may be in his work—the story of his life cannot fail to be both of interest and of value in helping those concerned in the future of this vast country to realise accurately its present situation. It should be remembered that Slatin Pasha held high posts in the Sudan, he has travelled throughout the length and breadth of the country and—a perfect master of the language—he has had opportunities which few others have had to accurately describe affairs such as they were in the last days of the Egyptian Administration; whilst his experiences during his cruel captivity place him in a perfectly unique position as the highest authority on the rise, progress, and wane of that great religious movement which wrenched the country from its conquerors, and dragged it back into an almost indescribable condition of religious and moral decadence. Thrown into contact with the principal leaders of the revolt, unwillingly forced to appear and live as one of them, he has been in the position of following in the closest manner every step taken by the Mahdi and his successor, the Khalifa, in the administration of their newly founded empire. Sad fate, it is true, threw me also into the swirl of this great movement; but I was merely a captive missionary, whose very existence was almost forgotten by the rulers of the country, whilst Slatin Pasha was in the vortex itself of this mighty whirlpool which swamped one by one the Egyptian garrisons, and spread far and wide over the entire Sudan.
Sword Fighting : An Introduction to Handling a Long
A comprehensive introduction to the subject of sword fighting: Herbert Schmidt explains the fundamentals of fighting with the long sword, the guards, cuts and Master Cuts, as well as advanced techniques and tactics for practical fighting. These also include wrestling at the sword. Typical combat sequences, equipment tips, cutting tests, training and free fighting, plus an extensive glossary round out this new standard work. Its modern approach and numerous photos make this book a valuable textbook and reference work. Herbert Schmidt is the leader of Ars Gladii, the Austrian swordfighting club, and is part of an international research community that is reconstructing historical European swordfighting and awakening it to new life. He is acknowledged as an expert far beyond the borders of Austria.
Life Is a Sword, Keep Fighting -
This is an exciting book of poems, includes funny/sad poems, some full of sarcasm, and about legal system, and corruption. These poems are inspired on true life experiences. And as you fight all the way through life, this book is called life is a sword keep fighting This book also makes a great Christmas gift, in it you got a poem to Santa. The author is of Italian origin, so, some poems are in foreigner languages, which gives you an opportunity to Learn a different language. The author is a female, and some of the poems are dedicated to women, enjoy!
The Use of the Broad Sword. in Which Is Shown, the True Method of Fighting with That Weapon, as It Is Now in Use Among the Highlanders; ...
The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible by advances in the printing press. In its determination to preserve the century of revolution, Gale initiated a revolution of its own: digitization of epic proportions to preserve these invaluable works in the largest archive of its kind. Now for the first time these high-quality digital copies of original 18th century manuscripts are available in print, making them highly accessible to libraries, undergraduate students, and independent scholars.Medical theory and practice of the 1700s developed rapidly, as is evidenced by the extensive collection, which includes descriptions of diseases, their conditions, and treatments. Books on science and technology, agriculture, military technology, natural philosophy, even cookbooks, are all contained here.++++The below data was compiled from various identification fields in the bibliographic record of this title. This data is provided as an additional tool in helping to insure edition identification: ++++British LibraryT014943The dedication signed: T. Page.Norwich: printed by M. Chase, 1746. 48p., plate; 8
Hope's New Method of Fencing : Or, the True and Solid Art of Fighting with the Back-Sword, Sheering-Sword, Small-Sword, and Sword and Pistol; Freed from the Errors of the Schools.
The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible by advances in the printing press. In its determination to preserve the century of revolution, Gale initiated a revolution of its own: digitization of epic proportions to preserve these invaluable works in the largest archive of its kind. Now for the first time these high-quality digital copies of original 18th century manuscripts are available in print, making them highly accessible to libraries, undergraduate students, and independent scholars.The eighteenth-century fascination with Greek and Roman antiquity followed the systematic excavation of the ruins at Pompeii and Herculaneum in southern Italy; and after 1750 a neoclassical style dominated all artistic fields. The titles here trace developments in mostly English-language works on painting, sculpture, architecture, music, theater, and other disciplines. Instructional works on musical instruments, catalogs of art objects, comic operas, and more are also included. ++++The below data was compiled from various identification fields in the bibliographic record of this title. This data is provided as an additional tool in helping to insure edition identification: ++++British LibraryT071748With a final errata leaf. A reissue, with new titlepage, of the sheets of 'A new, short, and easy method of fencing', 1707.Edinburgh: printed by James Watson. Sold by Geo. Strahan, 1714. xv, ,288, p., plates; 4
Fire and Sword in the Sudan : A Personal Narrative of Fighting and Serving the Dervishes, 1879-1895 (Classic
Fire and Sword in the Sudan: A Personal Narrative of Fighting and Serving the Dervishes, 1879-1895 (Classic Reprint)
Fire and Sword in the Sudan : Personal Recollections of Both Fighting and Serving the Mahdists During the Later 19th
An epic first hand account of high adventure The Victorian age was notable for the appearance of gentleman soldiers of fortune in the imperial world and there could be no more exotic and exceptional example of that than the author of this book, Rudolf Slatin. The son of a Viennese merchant, he went to Egypt to work as a bookseller's assistant in Cairo in the early 1870s. He travelled extensively through Egypt and the Sudan and made the acquaintance of the remarkable general, Charles Gordon. After a period of Austrian military service, Slatin returned to Africa at Gordon's invitation. He arrived in early 1879 and after a meteoric rise in career fortunes he secured, in 1881, the governor-generalship of Darfur with the rank of 'bey.' He then engaged in an extended war with the Mahdists, with considerable initial success, but after the annihilation of Hicks Pasha's force eventually surrendered to Mahdists in 1883. Slatin, who had converted to Islam, was taken to the now besieged Khartoum to induce Gordon to capitulate. This failed and the city and country fell, Gordon's severed head was displayed before him and Slatin entered into a period of eleven years captivity in the hands of the Khalifa. He was treated cruelly and indulgently by turns-sometimes employed upon essential services, sometimes a prisoner in the literal sense. In 1895, he eventually escaped and reached Aswan in Egypt after a perilous, 1,000 km journey across the desert. Slatin was appointed 'Pasha' by the Khedive and a host of honours were heaped upon him by the British and others. Subsequently he rejoined the Egyptian Army and was present for the final defeat of the Mahdists at Omdurman. This book, written by Slatin immediately after his escape, is a remarkable account of endurance and fortitude and provides us with a unique insight into events rarely reported by European witnesses. Leonaur editions are newly typeset and are not facsimiles; each title is available in softcover and hardback with dustjacket; our hardbacks are cloth bound and feature gold foil lettering on their spines and fabric head and tail bands.
The Sword of Combat or the Use of Fighting with
The Sword of Combat or the Use of Fighting with Weapons
Viking Sword and Shield Fighting Beginners Guide Level
Useful for people interested in stage combat, historical European martial arts, and re-enacting, this volume describes techniques, drills and common errors, in a simple but clear way using the unique Timeline system, so that people can follow each step easily and quickly.
Life Is a Sword, Keep
Viking Sword and Shield Fighting Beginners Guide Level
This book about learning Viking fighting techniques attempts to bring together the information handed down to us by Medieval and Renaissance masters of arms, and combine it with the authors 33 years experience of fighting with these weapons systems. This combined knowledge is distilled into a a series of simply presented, though comprehensive lessons designed to develop the skills of novice and experienced warriors alike. Filled with tactical tips and practical advice this book series brings a new dimension to step by step guides. It is filled with drills, exercises and the methodology of fighting with Viking Sword and Shield. With 226 Full colour pictures and 132 pages.
Sword Fighting in the Star Wars Universe -
Unlike most makers of modern or futuristic films, George Lucas turned away from the standard special operatives or secret agents when he created the heroes for his epic Star Wars saga. Part knight, part monk, the Jedi Knights were an order of swordsmen that helped rule the universe in accordance with law and lofty principles of justice and honor. Without the Jedi, there could be no Star Wars, and without the lightsaber sword, there could be no Jedi. This examination of the Jedi Knights, their adversaries the Sith and their lightsaber swordplay throughout all six episodes of the franchise evaluates the ways in which Lucas blended science fiction with the most ancient and epic tales of traditional samurai and Western swordsmen. It presents swordsmanship as a way to better understand the Jedi Knights, focusing on the human movement and activity surrounding the weapon and the ways in which traditional Japanese martial arts were adapted for use in the films. Topics of discussion include the powerful effects of the master-apprentice relationship; the technical choreography used in the lightsaber scenes of the Star Wars films; and the historical precedents for the Jedi order, including the Sohei fighting monks of Japan, the Janissaries and Mamelukes of Islam, and the knights of the Templar, Hospitaller and Teutonic orders.