A Sword in the Stump

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12 Responses to A Sword in the Stump

  1. Jerry says:

    Kat awesome as always!

  2. Firehand says:


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      • David E says:

        They made Uggs back then? Who knew! 🙂 Nice photos, interesting blade – decorative only?

        • kat says:

          Quite the opposite. Its a very utilitarian version of a german longsword from a designer named angus trim. Designed to be historically accurate in handling and cutting for serious martial arts practice.

  3. BritishHistorian says:

    I noticed the sword too. As a fencer and medieval re-enactor, I thank Oleg for, even if the costume is fantasy barbarian, using an actual sword and not a fantasy SLO…

    (Sword-Like Object: it looks vaguely like a sword, but would fall apart as soon as you used it in any remotely serious fashion. See 90% of the cheap “katanas”, “fantasy swords” and most of the “historical replicas” in shops and many catalogues…)

  4. Wayne says:

    I miss ARMA. No study groups around here.

  5. LarryArnold says:

    At first glance I thought there was a sheathed dagger where the fringe splits, but close up it’s an illusion.

    I wish I could see the detail in the headband.

  6. Egregious Charles says:

    Wow, beautiful!

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