admin on February 1st, 2010

In today’s modern society, samurai and the art of sword fighting has an immediate appeal to many thousands of people. There has been a huge upsurge in students flocking to Dojos around the world looking to learn the art of the samurai, whether their hand combat techniques or their most famous sword fighting. Japanese samurai [...]

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admin on September 30th, 2009

Today we will talk about one of Medieval European swords which proved to be one of the most efficient on the battlefields. Appearance and Nomenclature It is the Estoc Sword! The appearance of the Estoc sword dates back to 14th century. This sword was used all over the Europe and is differently called by European [...]

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admin on September 30th, 2009

Viking Era can be also called the Swords Era or the Era of Valhalla Warriors (who praised Norse supreme god – Orin). First of all, this is because of the fact that Vikings have opened a new historical war and weaponry chapter. Secondly, they also were the most active traders of weapons. In total, there [...]

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