Looks like I barely grazed him but it is the transition that is interesting here.
I OFTEN get asked about where to get good quality replica military swords and sabres. People ask about Cold Steel swords, Deepeeka, Universal Swords and others. My advice has been the same for the last several years, because no new products have come onto the market to change my advice. In this video I summarise…
Bringing together a few related topics – the British 1796 pattern swords, left-handed swordsmen and hilt balance, or symmetry. Channel support and 3 extra videos per month on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scholagladiatoria Facebook & Twitter updates, info and fun: https://www.facebook.com/historicalfencing/ Tweets by scholagladiato1 Matt Easton’s website and services: https://www.matt-easton.co.uk/ Easton Antique Arms: https://www.antique-swords.co.uk/
Timing and Distance
Did a better job of not retreating with the parry here.
Service sharpening on military swords and specifically on the British Army 1897 pattern infantry officer’s sword. Easton Antique Arms: https://www.antique-swords.co.uk/antique-swords-for-sale/ https://www.facebook.com/eastonantiquearms/
The Prussian M1811 ‘Blücher’ sabre is often mistaken for the British 1796 light cavalry sabre. Here we take a look at the Prussian sword and see why Napoleon called the British a ‘nation of shop keepers’. Extra videos on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scholagladiatoria
A wonderful antique Seaforth Highlanders Field Officer’s sword, from Easton Antique Arms Ltd. And a new website! https://www.antique-swords.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/eastonantiquearms