Constructed from the highest grade of polypropylene available and closely mimicking an actual Medieval broadsword in length, size, weight, and feel. This practice sword has the advantage of being virtually unbreakable, as well as, remarkably stiff and cut resistant. It will take years and years of abuse! Having a high quality and safe tool to practice your sword skills with is of the utmost importance! You shouldn’t have to worry about safety when you are working to become a master of the broadsword.
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5/5 average from 4 reviews
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"Now my favorite practice sword, I bought two since it's best to use these as matched pairs. The aesthetics are great compared to other brand of training swords. Often synthetic training swords are too floppy on the flats and this makes play at the sword hard to do, the cross section of this practice sword helps a great deal in feeling if one has good edge alignment. These are the closest in feel to steel practice sword in feel in my opinion, as with steel one feels the difference between contact and pressure on the flats versus contact with the edges, wooden wasters are rigid with zero flex. NOTE: One small flaw easy to correct is that the point out of the box is pointy enough to do some damage and even scratch bare skin, but that was easy to fix by sanding and rounding the tip a little. These are the practice longswords I currently like the best and use with my training partner." - Jean (5/5)
"Looks great, the hilt is very well textured and grippy. Weighs about two thirds of a steel sword. The blade is a bit thick as a result, but the balance is excellent." - Chris (4/5)
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