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Rawlings Swords PR9020 White Blade Xtreme Synthetic Sparring Single Hand Sword with Black Handles

PR9020 by Rawlings Swords
List Price: $116.99
Our Price: $61.88
Savings: $55.11 (47%)
In Stock
Weight: 2.6 lbs

Description

Rawlings Swords - White Blade Xtreme Synthetic Sparring Single Hand Sword with Black Handles. Model: PR9020. 41 1/2" overall. 34" white blade. Black guard and wheel pommel. Black handle. Developed in conjunction with Dave Rawlings, founder of the London Longsword Academy and the HEMA (Historical European Martial Arts) community. Crafted with special-purpose, reinforced high-impact polymer. A safe alternative for steel blade swords. The blades are designed to flex in the last one-third of their length towards the tip, allowing for much safer thrusting than with conventional wooden wasters or shinai. The blade/tang joint is reinforced by a high tensile steel rod running along the full length of the handle, removing the handle flex typically associated with plastic training swords. The grips are manufactured from a rubber-like thermoplastic elastomer, designed to absorb the impact of strikes and to provide a tight fit on the tangs. These swords are about two-thirds of the weight of a steel-bladed sword, heavier than most wooden wasters on the market but still having less impact than a steel sword, thus lowering the impact when sparring. A key feature of the swords is their ease of assembly and disassembly, making for easy transport. A brass nut is molded into the pommel, providing a tight metal on metal joint to the tang and compressing the slide-on grip against the guard. An excellent, safe option for theatrical use. NOTE: Specs may vary slightly from piece to piece.

Specifications

  • Made in UK
  • 41 1/2 inch overall
  • 34 inch white blade
  • Black guard and wheel pommel
  • Black handle
  • Developed in conjunction with Dave Rawlings, founder of the London Longsword Academy and the HEMA (Historical European Martial Arts) community