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Military Sabre V5 Bell Guard
Military Sabre V5 Bell Guard

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Price: $274.00


Description Sizing
Wide blade military Sabre made for Purpleheart Armoury by VB in Hungary.

With the current bell guard, some larger gloves will not work with this sword.

- Does not work with SPES Heavies or Red Dragon #13.
- Works Our rapier/singlestick or thinner gloves.

Future V6
- A larger grip.
V5 - We have done lots of prototypes over the last year to get this right.

See Sizing tab for more information.
- Heat treated guard
- strong flexible blade.

6 Months Warranty: DETAILS HERE

Gloves - Rapier and Singlestick
Price: $49.00

Rapier Gloves

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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5 of 5 Good sword January 29, 2024
Reviewer: Niki ODonnell from stow, OH United States  
This was a Christmas/Birthday gift for my husband. He showed me what he wanted and it was delivered in a timely manner. Flex is on stiffer side but is good, hilt fits a sparring glove mittens but won’t fit spes heavies or black knights (which are unnecessary with this hilt anyway). The blade is nimble and powerful in the cut. He is very happy with it.

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4 of 5 a bit stiff November 18, 2022
Reviewer: Charles Paschke from columbus , OH United States  
it is front waited, not a bad thing. I just know some people prefer there Saber to be wated twords the Handel and thought it was worth pointing out. it is stiffer then other sabers I have used. something to keep in mined while staying.

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5 of 5 An excellent example of a Military Sabre November 10, 2022
Reviewer: Malcolm Rutherford from Las Vegas, NV United States  
I have been looking at the v5 Military Sabre for a while now and, since I was informed they were back in stock picked up two of them (no point having only one and not being able to spar with it). The balance and blade control is very good, allowing both sweeping cuts and pricise thrusts, while the blade is durable enough to take a beating. Although, on this front I have dented my edge when I have been firmly parried by the forte of my opponent to my debole.
I would certainly recommend this sabre to anyone interested in exploring this mode of fighting.

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