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Knightshop Extended "Scent Stopper" Pommel - Black
Knightshop Extended "Scent Stopper" Pommel - Black


 
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Knightshop Extended "Scent Stopper" Pommel - Black

This is an extended pommel that will increase the grip on the longsword by about 2". Its typically used to make the longsword into a greatsword and the shortsword into a type of bastard sword.

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April 20, 2018
Reviewer: Todd Eberts, Sword Scholars Martial Arts from Kamloops, BC Canada  


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January 16, 2018
Reviewer: Joel from Sonoma County, Ca.  
Definitely worth ordering.
I don't know why the Rawlings longswords don't come stock with these.
Makes my sparring sword identical in size to my feder.
The only reason I gave four stars is that mine had some weird swirly grain to it,  but it fits and handles beautifully.

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Too light December 8, 2017
Reviewer: Charlie Brumfield from Mesquite, TX United States  
Skip this for the aluminum pommel.

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Indeed December 8, 2017
Reviewer: Brennan Faucher from st catharines, ON Canada  
Yep, it's a pommel. For a good trainer system. Can't complain.

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Great Pommel May 18, 2017
Reviewer: Nathan Brown from Minneapolis, MN United States  
Picked up one of these practice weapons at my local club, but it came with a smaller pommel. I purchased this one to make my sword look like the rest in the class. I am a beginner, but in my limited experience with oberhau strikes, this pommel gives me much more leverage and allows me to pull my overhead cuts much more easily with my back hand than the smaller pommel.

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