Equipment for a Swordscholar

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Liam Rose the Just
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Equipment for a Swordscholar

Postby Liam Rose the Just » Sun Sep 05, 2010 1:20 pm

During my search for a suitable waster, I came across this site and found that it has a very good range of gear for beginners, professionals, and everyone in between. I am considering buying a waster from this site. Remember though, that I have not purchased any items from this site so I cannot vouch for the quality, shipping time, etc.

http://www.theknightshop.co.uk/

Note: I had trouble posting this the first time.

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Jonathan Mayshar
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Re: Equipment for a Swordscholar

Postby Jonathan Mayshar » Wed Sep 22, 2010 7:09 am

Hi Liam,

Customer service from KS is good. That's where all our sparring plastics come from, although they are now available in the U.S. from Purpleheart and Kult of Athena. A lot of other good things that KS carries are available here, or something similar is available here. What were you looking at besides swords?
Jonathan Mayshar
Kron Martial Arts, Orange County, CA
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Liam Rose the Just
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Re: Equipment for a Swordscholar

Postby Liam Rose the Just » Thu Oct 21, 2010 7:50 pm

I am always searching for information involving military history and interesting warriors from the past, as that is my passion. I was looking for authentic English and French armor, and other weaponry, including axes.


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