La canne, the fascinating French art of fighting with a walking stick. Let’s delve into it’s history.
This is a question that comes back again and again. “I am interested in taking up sabre. What is the Continue reading
The briquet is an iconic blade of revolutionary France. Developed in 1767 to replace the longer épée du soldat it Continue reading
Yesterday, I explored a few French sources telling us how to clean and care for swords. Now let’s look at Continue reading
A few rules on how to care for your sword like a member of the Old Guard.
Olympic fencing is white, HEMA is black…but what was it historically?
In 1895, the British army released a new sword exercise for the use of its officers, which had been in Continue reading
Continuing in my presentation of knife fighting traditions, I found these two detailed descriptions of Argentinian Gaucho dagger fencing from the Continue reading