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Tournament Shortsword, Oakshott Type 16, Pear
Tournament Shortsword, Oakshott Type 16, Pear


 
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Price: $199.95

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The pommel can be screwed off for blade replaced or storage.
Tournament Quality Shortsword Steel Feder with Pear Pommel
Modeled after Oakshott Type XVI.

Features
Pommel screws on so you can replace the blade at significant savings.
6 Month Warantee: DETAILS HERE

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Synthetic Sparring Buckler, 12"
Price: $34.99

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4 of 5 Overall good product September 18, 2022
Reviewer: Anthony from Greeneville TN  
Shipping was fast, had the product with in a few days.
Sword is a bit forward heavy which leads it to having a great presents in the bind. Sword blade, leather grip and pommel are great quality but, sadly the cross guard leaves a lot to be desired. My only gripe is the cross guard, the fit to the blade was a little sloppy and left a lot of wiggle room which I had fixed with some leather shims. After some light sparring the blade held up nicely, no nicks of visible damage. All in all solid product for the money.

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4 of 5 June 30, 2022
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Torrance, CA United States  


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5 of 5 Good feel in the hand October 13, 2021
Reviewer: Sean Glover from Florissant, CO United States  
The blade held up well to sparring, it felt good and lively in the hand, and the green wrap for the hilt looked lovely!

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5 of 5 Jake June 5, 2021
Reviewer: Jake from , Utah  
Well balanced and is easy to manuever.  Solid build.  Like how this version has a nut holding the handle together so it can be tightened if the cross guard loosens.

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5 of 5 Love it. May 13, 2021
Reviewer: Joel from Riverton, UT United States  
Excellent feel when wielding it.  Great balance.  Solid craftsmanship.  Update, after a year of heavy sparing the cross guard has slight movement.  I have sparred against messer and dusack blades and I did get a few dings on the edge of the blade but no significant damage.  This blade moves quickly and is very durable.  I bought one for my son it has been such a great sword.

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