Steel Feder made by Viktor Berbekucz in Hungary.
Our Tournament Steel Feder with spatulated tip, made by Viktor Berbekucz in Hungary.
Steel Feder made by Viktor Berbekucz in Hungary. Made to special specifications for Purplehart Armoury, and upgraded with USA made stainless steel pommel. Standard blade with Ringhilt.See Sizing tab for more information.
Steel Viking Trainer made by Viktor Berbekucz in Hungary.
Steel Viking Feder (training version with rolled tip) made by Viktor Berbekucz in Hungary.
Steel Viking sword made by Viktor Berbekucz in Hungary. Reenactment Light Version.
Steel Feder made by VB in Hungary.
Shortsword for HMB
Steel Feder made by Viktor Berbekucz in Hungary. Taught by Godinho, Figueyredo, Meyer can be adapted for it. Also Marozzo.
Blade for the VB Italian 16th CenturyThis blade only works with the Grip measuring 11.4" overall: Grip.VB.MA00487-A
Blade for the Training Feder.High flex version.NOT Designed for heavy contact for tournaments. Training only. 6 month warranty.
Blade for the VB FederRevision D: New Stronger Grip 1/25/2020, Grip.VB.MA00487-BRevision C: German steel.Revision B: Slightly thicker blade to reinforce striking area.MA00562-CThis blade only works with the Grip measuring 11.4" overall: Grip.VB.MA00487-B
Blade Only for the VB FederRevision B. With Spatulated Tip.Works with Plastic handle.
Blade for the Fiore Tournament FederThis blade will also work with the regular hardware on the Standard Tournament Feder.This blade only works with the Grip measuring 11.4" overall: Grip.VB.MA00487-B
VB Standard Straight Guard.
Italian style feder by VB in Hungary.
Indoor training longsword, great for small spaces or travel.
VB Standard Pommel, Scent Stopper.
Steel Messer made for us by Viktor Berbekucz in Hungary.
This guard works perfect on the Tournament Feder.The Standard Italian Guard is a little thicker. So if you use the Ringhilt guard on the italian Blade, the nut in the pommel, may stick out slightly. Since the grip and pommel will screw down a little bit more. Typically only 1/8".Using the italian guard, the pommel will not screw down as much, so you many need to shorter the grip b 1/4" or so for the nut to attach.