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Steel Tournament Feder, Rev C, Rolled Tip Steel Techniques Feder with Pear Pommel Steel Techniques Feder with Disc Pommel
Steel Feder made by Viktor Berbekucz in Hungary.
Made to special specifications for Purpleheart Armoury, and upgraded with a USA-made stainless steel pommel.

Rev C: Good balance of Strength/Speed.
Rev B: A bit to stiff. See Stiff feder Option.
Rev A :First Run
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Steel Feder Standard VB Ring Hilt Revision C Ensifer Light Feder Blade Only, Revision C, VB Feder(S)
Ensifer Light Feder
Price: $450.00

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

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Ensifer Light Feder

These have been the standard swords used at many tournaments including Swordfish 2011. They are strong, yet flexible and a good balance. Of all the brands on the market they have experienced the fewest failures.

  • Blue Cord Standard.
  • Imported from Poland.

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Blade for the VB Feder-S
Revision B: Slightly thicker blade to reinforce striking area.

MA00562-B

Replacement for Feder Revision A, Feder Revision B.
This blade only works with the Grip measuring 11.4" overall: Grip.VB.MA00487-A
Blade Only, Italian 16th Century Feder Blade Only, Revision A, VB Marozzo 54" Blade Only, Revision C, VB Feder(C) Spatulated
Blade for the VB Italian 16th Century
Blade for the VB 54 Marozzo 2 handed sword with Lugs.



MA00694

This blade only works with the Grip measuring 11.4" overall: Grip.VB.MA00487-A
Blade for the VB Feder
Revision C. With Spatulated Tip.

MA00713-Rel

This blade works with the Grip measuring 11.4" overall: Grip.VB.MA00487-A
Ensifer Long Feder Steel Feder VB Italian 16th Century V3 Guard Only, Ringhilt, Feder, VB
Ensifer Long Feder
Price: $525.00

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Guard Only, Ringhilt, Feder, VB
Price: $64.95
Sale Price: $59.99

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Ensifer Long Feder

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.

  • Blue Cord Standard.
  • Imported from Poland.

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VB Ringhilt for our VB swords with screw on pommel.

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Techniques Longsword w/Shilt V1 Rust Prevention Oil and Leather or Wood Preservative Steel Techniques Feder Hand and a Half, Disc Pommel V2
Light to moderate training sword. Not a tournament sparring sword.

This was the Armoured Combat Longsword Feder we are now calling a blade along the same series as the Techniques swords. This one is peened pommel, a bit stiffer and with a shilt.


Made exclusively for Purpleheart Armoury in Hungary.


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Protector for steel.


Marozzo Style Two-handed sword Feder Rev A Wrench, Allen. Hex, VB Feders Cutting with the Medieval Sword
Sword not available yet, expcted to be Late January.
More details to be filled in shortly. Nov 2018

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


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Allen Wrench for VB Nuts.
Cutting with the Medieval Sword
by Michael Edelson
Paperback


For centuries, masters of defense throughout the world jealously guarded their knowledge, sharing it only with their students and patrons. But it was not just their techniques that they wanted to keep hidden--their most closely guarded secret was not what to do with a sword, but how to do it. This book lays bare the principles of the use of the sword with unprecedented detail--principles that are universal across nearly all cultures and time periods, including our own.

This information comes from centuries-old living lineage martial arts, medieval fencing treatises and decades of combined research, experimentation and application. It is accessible to anyone, from a complete beginner to a seasoned expert. The path to mastery consists of small steps, each easily understood and taken. There is no magic or mystery in the use of the sword. There is only the art, and it is an art created by and for human beings, utterly attainable and without artifice or embellishment.

Using clear and concise explanations and highly detailed illustrations, this book takes you step by step through the body mechanics of the sword, from foundations to essential elements. It is divided into three modules: Theory, Practice and Calibration.

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