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Meyer Feathersword
Meyer Feathersword


 
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Price: $279.00
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This sword was designed to be lighter weight in the blade and have more flex. Better for quick bladework per Meyer plays, but harder to hold the center and have a stronger blade presence. Better for voiding and working around your opponent. The high flex blade is softer on hits as you train repetition drills with your instructor and students. This is not a tournament blade and warrenty is limited.

Steel Feder made by Viktor Berbekucz in Hungary and made to special specifications for Purpleheart Armoury, and upgraded with a USA-made stainless steel pommel.


Rev A :First Run. Flexible Version. Flex Test Bend 6" on Scale: 13-18lbs (6-8kg)

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Features
  • Revision B: Slightly thicker blade for more strength.
  • Revision A: 1" longer blade, 1" shorter grip.
  • Blade Material: 51 CRV4 Carbon Steel
  • Strong and flexible
  • Option for grip wrap colors and strengthens the grip. Protects it from damage.
  • Excellent value
  • 6 Month Waranty: DETAILS HERE
  • Threaded pommel allows the blade to be replaced if damaged at a significant cost savings. You can really bear down on it. See here..
  • Assemble

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  • Lots of continual testing. See here...

Heat-treatment link HERE:

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Guard, Straight, Feder, VB, 11" MA00486 Grip, Feder, VB, 11.4"OAL, MA00487-B, Plastic Core Blade Only, Rev A Feathersword, High Flex
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5 of 5 Light and bendy May 25, 2022
Reviewer: Oleg from United States  
Easily bends for light point work

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5 of 5 May 12, 2022
Reviewer: MAY R from Utah  


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5 of 5 My zwercopter goes swuh-swuh-swuh April 25, 2022
Reviewer: Charles Wang from Long Island City, NY United States  
Very lively and maneuverable, as promised! You do have to press a little harder in the bind, obviously. But why do that when you can just zwerch your way to the other side?

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5 of 5 fantastic February 18, 2022
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from N/A  
it's... fantastic

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