By: Windlass Steelcrafts
Carried at the back for a left hand draw, the main guache was often brought into play with the rapier for a two handed fighting style. The blade has cut-outs and notches to slow or disrupt an opponent's blade, while the hand was well-protected by the knuckle bow.
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"This makes the tenth piece I have purchased and i see other post and most seem to complain a lot of the time . I am very pickie about the things I buy and have not had the first problem or found any flaws ." - John (5/5)
"Very nice compliment to the Musketeer Rapier. A good size and light in the hand. Well made." - Leo (5/5)
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