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Ensifer Long Feder with Heavy Blade



 
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Ensifer Long Feder with Heavy Blade

Imported from Poland.
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These have been the standard swords used at many tournaments. They are strong, yet flexible and a good balance. Of all the brands on the market they have experienced the fewest failures.

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Sword fighters gonna sword October 28, 2016
Reviewer: James Anderson III from WV  
Ensifer is a well known name in the HEMA community, and for good reason. I've tried numerous types of feders / training swords, and this is my favorite. The only thing I am not a huge fan of is the grip, but that is easily enough changed, and a personal preference, so it's still very much a five-star sword.

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Ensifer Heavy July 29, 2016
Reviewer: Tyler Sigman from Omaha, NE United States  
Well worth the wait!

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I want more of these! January 28, 2016
Reviewer: L.K. from Milwaukie, OR United States  
What can I really say negative about this training weapon? It is one bad girl. Excellent balance and feel, adequate and safe blade flex, an almost epic/magical reputation, and a damn sexy blade with a an obviously skilled and consistent scrolled safety tip.  This sword is amazing to train with.  It would be hard pressed to find anything better out there today IMO. The only little gripe I can even bear to muster is the lack of the finish luster.  It's rough, and there is some slightly uneven grinding that took place around the schilt, But that is just cosmetic and moot to me for a training weapon that will be taking it's dues.  Besides, I imagine I will love this weapon even more after a 12 more hours of hand polishing to fine mirror finish and that's only because I enjoy doing such fine things.  I believe everyone who handles Longsword should own one of these beautiful specimens of modern weapon smithery!

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