Wooden Practice Medieval SwordThis sword is great for learning how actual swordfighting positions work. When you hit another sword with it, the swords slide against each other as real metal would. It is certainly lighter than metal, which is good for me as I need to build up my arm strength.
Here is how it compares with the other swords in size. The wooden sword is second from the bottom.
The blade has a nice fuller on it in case I ever get it stuck in one of my sparring partner's bodies.
I intend to wrap the grip in leather at some point.
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