BladesUSA 1606 Martial Art Hardwood Training Equipment 33-Inch
- Brand: BladesUSA
- ASIN: B0060C8G4Y
- UPC: 805319200673 Part No: 1606
BladesUSA 1606PP Martial Arts Training Broad Sword, Polypropylene, Black, 34-1/2-Inch
The BladesUSA Martial Arts Training Broad Sword in black (model 1606PP) features polypropylene construction, with a 34-1/2-inch length. Constructed from lead and phthalate free material, this heavy grade polypropylene of this training weapon closely replicates the weight and feel of the real thing. This broad sword features a black polypropylene blade with a pointed tip and has an 8-inch curved handle. This training sword is virtually indestructible and offers a safe way to learn the craft of weapons training.
- Brand: BladesUSA
- ASIN: B0088BANBY
- UPC: 805319218159 Part No: 1606PP-MC
TMAS Wooden Broadsword
The Martial Art Stores Wooden Broadsword is crafted in a red oak hardwood. Our Wooden Broadsword's overall length is 33 to 34 inches with a blade length of 27 inches. The TMAS Broadsword weighs approximately 1 lb. and is well balanced making this sword ideal for practice.
- Brand: TMAS
- ASIN: B000R0K2HO
- UPC: 846615000420
Wooden Weapon - Wooden
This high quality brand new Red Oak Hardwood Bokken Broadsword is a great training weapon for the martial artist. This piece measures an overall length of 34 3/4".
- Brand: Tiger Claw
- ASIN: B0000C7CCE
- UPC: 846329010623
Tiger Claw Wooden Broadsword
This Wooden Broadsword is perfect for practice. Features Made from red oak hardwood. Overall length measures 33. Weighs approx. 11.5 oz Well-balanced sword.
- Brand: Tiger Claw
- ASIN: B005HUCFOM Part No: 40-04
BladesUSA 922 Broad Sword 34.5-Inch
34.5"overall, made of spring steel, comes with a carry case
- Brand: BladesUSA
- ASIN: B0045KPARO
- UPC: 805319114055 Part No: 922
Tiger Claw Short Wooden
This Short Wooden Broadsword is perfect for practice. Features Made from red oak hardwood. Blade length 22 overall length 28. Weighs approx. 11.5 oz Well-balanced sword.
- Brand: Tiger Claw
- ASIN: B00E35FXT6 Part No: 40-04S
Whetstone Cutlery Practice Chinese
Perfect For Practice!Beautifully hand crafted this smooth, hardwood sword is designed to have the look and feel of a real sword but without the hazards or expense of a real sword. Total length is 34.5" long. Handle Length 7 inches. Made of walnut wood, sanded and laquered for a durable feel.* Not designed for combat or dualing! Training tool only.
- Brand: Whetstone Cutlery
- ASIN: B001R17UQS
- UPC: 844296026296 Part No: W013
Wooden Kung Fu BroadSword
An excellent weapon for training or practicing your skills without the expense or hazard of a real sword. Features Smooth hand-crafted hardwood sword. Finished in walnut wood sanded and lacquered. Measures 33 long.
- Brand: Macho Martial Arts
- ASIN: B00BRGIF26 Part No: WPSWKF
The Warm Hearth Set of Two Toy Wooden Chinese Broadsword with
Wooden toy sword in the style of a Dao or Chinese Broadsword. All wood with wooden sheath. Sheath has an attached loop so toy sword can be worn off the hip. It's a well made, sturdy little toy sword.
- Brand: The Warm Hearth
- ASIN: B01F0FX5JW
- UPC: 753970317769 Part No: 10325269
Our Wooden Broadsword is crafted in red oak hardwood.
Accessory Silver Tone Handle Metal Bronze Tone Broadsword
Features: red ribbon detailing handle, Bronze Tone , dull edges for .A great collection gift for people who have interest in Chinese culture.Suitable for above 7 years old.
Wooden Broadsword: Short
Our Short Wooden Broadsword is crafted in red oak hardwood.
Spark .Create. Imagine. 150-Piece Wooden Blocks Set, Designed for Ages 24 Months and
Provide kids with hours of fun and engaging play with this Wooden Block Set. It includes 150 wooden blocks in six assorted shapes and colors. This wooden toy block set comes in a container with a shape-sorting lid, making clean up easier and more entertaining. This set is ideal for home, classroom or nursery school use.
Melissa & Doug Deluxe Wooden ABC/123 Blocks Set With Storage Pouch (50 pcs; colors may
Kids can stack, build, spell, count and learn with these ABC/123 Blocks. Constructed from solid wood, they feature a variety of pictures, letters and numbers that will help kids learn all of the basics. Pictures of food, animals, instruments and modes of transportation all adorn the sides of these kids' wooden blocks in simple, but adorable, line drawings. This set comes in a pack of 50 and includes a sturdy acrylic storage box.
Melissa & Doug 75 Multi-Colored Wooden
Build a solid foundation of color recognition, sorting, and fine motor skills with these bright and sturdy wooden blocks! The 75 blocks include nine shapes and five different colors. Little builders will delight in stacking, building, and knocking down countless colorful combinations of blocks!
Broadsword - eBook
George MacKay had returned to Scotland from fighting the Spanish in the protection of the colonies’ new state of Georgia with the 42nd Highland Regiment of Foot. In despair he had signed forms in Inverness to join this regiment and travel to the America’s after the parents of the girl with whom he had fallen in love, had instructed their daughter to finish their relationship. On his return he had found employment in his old position in the solicitor’s office of Forbson and Forbson. After only several months back in Scotland he was now on his way to bury his father and elder brother, leader and next in line to the Clan MacKay, both of whom had been assassinated. Even though he did not want or relish the position, he felt duty bound, as tradition demanded, to accept the Chieftainship of the Clan MacKay and to join the rest of his clan who would be crying out for revenge against the perpetrators of that dastardly deed.
The Broadsword And The
The Broadsword And The Englishman
How to Fence Containing Full Instruction for Fencing and the Use of the Broadsword; Also Instruction in Archery - The Original Classic Edition -
Finally available, a high quality book of the original classic edition of How to Fence Containing Full Instruction for Fencing and the Use of the Broadsword; Also Instruction in Archery. It was previously published by other bona fide publishers, and is now, after many years, back in print.This is a new and freshly published edition of this culturally important work by Aaron A. Warford, which is now, at last, again available to you.Get the PDF and EPUB NOW as well. Included in your purchase you have How to Fence Containing Full Instruction for Fencing and the Use of the Broadsword; Also Instruction in Archery in EPUB AND PDF format to read on any tablet, eReader, desktop, laptop or smartphone simultaneous - Get it NOW.Enjoy this classic work today. These selected paragraphs distill the contents and give you a quick look inside How to Fence Containing Full Instruction for Fencing and the Use of the Broadsword; Also Instruction in Archery:Look inside the book:To arrive at the second position of the Guard, the right arm, with the foil, is brought down to thePg 7 front, until the right elbow is a little above and in advance of the waist; the fore-arm and foil sloping upwards; the point of the foil being the height of the upper part of the face; then, by a second movement, the learner must sink down, separating the knees, and stepping forward with the right foot fourteen or sixteen inches; for, of course, the guard of a tall man will be wider than that of a short one. ...1st Method.—Take hold of the bow with the left hand, having the elbow straight; then, having placed the arrow as directed in the last paragraph, and having the finger-stalls or shooting-glove on, put a finger on each side of the arrow on the string and the thumb on the opposite side, so as to steady it; then raise all at the full length of the arm till the right hand reaches nearly to the level of thePg 51 shoulder, and the left is opposite the target, when, by drawing the one to the ear, and the other towards the target, the arrow is brought to a direct line with the bull's-eye, and at that moment it is released.
Broadsword Frog Leather
Broadsword Frog Leather
Principles of Squad Instruction for the Broadsword (Classic Reprint)
Excerpt from Principles of Squad Instruction for the Broadsword The design of this work in the Broadsword Manual is not to present anything new or origi nal, but simply to give, if possible, uniformity to the exercise with a most important weapon of attack and defense. The instructions herein contained have formed, during the past two years, part of the Course of Fencing at the Naval Academy; and the good results there attained have induced the author to put the method before the officers of the navy generally. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
Broadswords and Blasters Issue 6: Pulp Magazine with Modern
Broadswords and Blasters Issue 6: Pulp Magazine with Modern Sensibilities
Broadswords and Blasters Issue 7: Pulp Magazine with Modern
Broadswords and Blasters Issue 7: Pulp Magazine with Modern Sensibilities
'Broadsword Calling Danny Boy' : Watching 'Where Eagles
Geoff Dyer's earlier book on film, Zona, was about Andrei Tarkovsky's Stalker, so it was perhaps inevitable that he should next devote his unique critical and stylistic energies to Brian G. Hutton's Where Eagles Dare. A thrilling Alpine adventure starring a magnificent, bleary-eyed Richard Burton and a dynamically lethargic Clint Eastwood, Where Eagles Dare is the apex of 1960s war movies, by turns enjoyable and preposterous. 'Broadsword Calling Danny Boy' is Geoff Dyer's hilarious tribute to a film he has loved since childhood: it's a scene-by-scene analysis--or should that be send-up?--taking us from it's snowy, Teutonic opening credits to its vertigo-inducing climax.
Scottish Fencing: Five 18th Century Texts on the Use of the Small-Sword, Broadsword, Spadroon, Cavalry Sword, and Highland Battlefield Tactics
The martial heritage of Scotland and its legendary swordsmen have captured the imagination of readers worldwide for centuries. Likewise, enthusiasts of swordsmanship have cherished classic Scottish fencing treatises by those such as William Hope and Donald McBane. However, up until now, a number of obscure Scottish treatises on the use of the sword have evaded the notice of authors, scholars and researchers. Presented here are five such texts, now published again for the first time in more than two centuries. They include: I. Examination & Vindication of the Highlander's Manner of Attacking and Fighting the Enemy in a Day of Action. -- Though not a fencing text, this is an unique early eighteenth century manuscript on battlefield techniques that has never before been published, and is now presented here with the permission of the Royal Library at Windsor Castle. Authored by an anonymous Highland veteran, it includes a spirited defense of the native manner of fighting, and provides new insight into the use of the targe during the period of the great Jacobite conflicts. II. The Sword's-Man; Containing a Series of Observations on the Use of the Sword. -- This treatise, authored in 1788 by Edinburgh fencing instructor John Ferdinand, contains instruction in the use of the most popular side-arms of the period: the broadsword, small-sword, and spadroon. III. A Dictionary, Explaining the Terms, Guards, and Positions, Used in the Art of the Small Sword. -- This useful and interesting glossary on the art of fencing is embedded with numerous instructions, and was written by Hary Fergusson, a native of Aberdeenshire who taught fencing in Edinburgh and North America during the 1760s and 1770s. IV. A Treatise on the New Sword Exercise. -- This treatise on the use of the cavalry saber was first published in 1797, shortly after the widespread adoption of the 1796 pattern cavalry sword. Its author was Sholto Douglas Sorlie, a native of Edinburgh, Sergeant in the 7th Queen's Own Light Dragoons, and later a veteran of Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrennees, Navelle, Orthes, and the Peninsular War. V. This final chapter explores the life and career of Donald McAlpine, a soldier from Inverness and officer in the famed Queens Rangers (an early Special Operations unit), who taught the use of the back-sword in Boston during the American War of Independence. His student sketched what is currently the earliest known illustration of fencing technique in the American colonies. The full, original page containing the illustration of McAlpine's instruction is faithfully reproduced herein for the first time ever. CONTENTS Acknowledgments I. Introduction and Notes by Paul Macdonald II. Examination & Vindication of the Highlanders' Manner of Attacking and Fighting the Enemy in a Day of Action III. John Ferdinand by Ben Miller IV. The Sword's-Man by John Ferdinand V. Hary Fergusson by Ben Miller VI. A Dictionary, Explaining the Terms, Guards, and Positions, Used in the Art of the Small-Sword by Hary Fergusson VII. Sholto Douglas Sorlie by Ben Miller VIII. A Treatise on the New Sword Exercise by Sholto Douglas Sorlie IX. Donald McAlpine by Ben Miller About the Contributors