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Just a quick note to let you know I received my sword today and it's just perfect. Shipping was fast, the blade and scabbard were in great shape, and the engraving was PERFECT. I enjoyed the ""Care and Feeding"" guide - glad to know you've got a sense of humor (as you should have, selling Medieval swords in 2014!!). Very satisfied, and will shop here again as I arm up (um, I mean ""costume up"") for the next Renaissance festival. Actually I'll be a holdout from an earlier age I suppose.

Thanks again for the great service.


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LARP Crusader Broadsword

LARP Crusader Broadsword
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Foam / Latex Knight Sword

  • Realistic Foam Broadsword
  • Solid Rubber Grip for Balance and Control
  • Police-Grade Kevlar Core
  • Great Styling and Details
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LARP (Foam) Knight Broadsword

* Stock items ship from Strongblade in 1-3 days. Please allow an additonal day for engraving or sharpening.
A perfect sidearm for both noble knight or Paladin alike. Features a suede wrapped, hard rubber handle for good balance and excellent control and a fierce wide blade.
Please Note: This is not a metal sword; it is a quality latex sword for LARP and other forms of action play.
Material: Latex and rubber with police-grade kevlar core.
Overall Length:34.5 inches
Weight: Approx. 12oz.

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The flintlock pistol was the greatest advance in pirating since the wooden leg. The concept was fairly simple: gunpowder was stuffed into the barrel. A lead ball, usually wrapped in some sort of fabric, was stuffed in. A hammer was then pulled back half-way and left that way until the gun was ready to fire. The pistol technically was not meant to fire in this position, although sometimes they were known to go off half-cocked (and yes, that is the origin of that expression). When the gun was ready to be fired, the hammer was pulled back all the way and the trigger was squeezed. If you're feeling flinty, go check out the Strongblade selection of flintlock pistols, blunderbuss pistols and flintlock rifles.
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