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Duellists Companion: A training manual for 17th century Italian rapier
by Guy Windsor

Guy Windsor, acclaimed author of The Swordsmans' Companion, has at long last penned his work relating to the Italian Rapier based on the work of Capo Ferro.  ...

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this book is a wonderful source for all those interested in taking up the Italian rapier. it is not a translation but rather an interpretation and instruction manual. if that is what you want this is certainly the book for you. the only thing preventing me from giving ...
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this book is a wonderful source for all those interested in taking up the Italian rapier. it is not a translation but rather an interpretation and instruction manual. if that is what you want this is certainly the book for you. the only thing preventing me from giving ...
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this book is a wonderful source for all those interested in taking up the Italian rapier. it is not a translation but rather an interpretation and instruction manual. if that is what you want this is certainly the book for you. the only thing preventing me from giving ...
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—Updated Oct 16, 2010



Fighting with the German Longsword
by Christian Henry Tobler

Christian Henry Tobler presents a how-to course of study for learning Liechtenauer's secret art. Topics include the concepts of timing, distance, and initiative, ...

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The Swordman's Companion: A Modern Training Manual for the Medieval Longsword
by Guy Windsor

How was the medieval sword used? Although many books have been released detailing techniques of the medieval swordmasters, none of them can really be termed easily ...

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