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newBookmarkLockedFalling Sabre de Lanciers Rouges de la Garde Impériale (Red Lancers)
jack88 12 931 by jack88
Dec 19, 2023 22:53:46 GMT
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newBookmarkLockedFalling THE US CAVALRY M1840/1860 SABER FAMILY
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Dave Kelly 60 15,029 by Deleted
May 14, 2020 22:53:15 GMT
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Sword measurements
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bas 145 10,940 by beardo
Mar 3, 2024 8:51:16 GMT
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newBookmarkLockedFalling The ''Blucher'' sabre and its spawns: 1811 to 1939
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Pino 30 20,041 by Norm dobransky
Feb 1, 2024 18:58:28 GMT
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newBookmarkLockedFalling The Swedish M1825 Dragoon and Hussar Sabre. Part II.
Uhlan 7 2,560 by AndiTheBarvarian
Dec 31, 2023 4:38:20 GMT
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Three Prussian M1811 Light Cavalry sabres.
Uhlan 15 3,030 by pellius
Dec 4, 2019 18:04:49 GMT
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Italian Model 1855 officer sword
Pino 7 4,840 by italian swords
Oct 29, 2022 18:33:57 GMT
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newBookmarkLockedFalling The French M1822 Light Cavalry and Artillery Sabre.
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Uhlan 63 28,190 by pellius
Jan 10, 2022 17:21:06 GMT
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Two Italian Cavalry Sabres: The M1834 LC and the M1860 HC.
Uhlan 12 4,264 by pellius
Feb 27, 2022 15:23:49 GMT
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newBookmarkLockedFalling An Austrian M1869 Uhlan Officers sabre.
Uhlan 11 2,751 by schlange
Nov 25, 2021 8:18:42 GMT
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Swiss M1875 Cavalry Officers Sabre.
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Uhlan 31 15,035 by snubnoze
Jul 25, 2021 5:12:24 GMT
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Notes about some French Cuirassiers and dragoons swords
Pino 4 4,650 by rambo
Jun 17, 2021 5:12:18 GMT
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Broadsword and Pallasch: The Cuirassier Sword Influence
Deleted 17 22,988 by Mick cope
Sept 17, 2020 13:09:37 GMT
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newBookmarkLockedFalling A French AN XI Light Cavalry troopers sabre.
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Uhlan 26 6,943 by sabre
Aug 29, 2020 2:33:26 GMT
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Prussian Kurassier Pallasch: 1817-1880
Pino 8 6,111 by Jpden
May 20, 2020 20:29:33 GMT
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newBookmarkLockedFalling 18th-19th cent Western Light Cavalry swords : Hussar hilts
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Deleted 22 18,684 by Jordan Williams
Mar 26, 2020 14:54:00 GMT
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newBookmarkLockedFalling The 1796 & 1811 (light) cavalry sabres
Deleted 9 29,953 by Polyester
Feb 14, 2020 16:44:57 GMT
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newBookmarkLockedFalling About the Italian M1850 Bersaglieri Officers sabre.
Uhlan 9 4,485 by Uhlan
Feb 22, 2019 5:42:27 GMT
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Pike & Shot - 30 years and English Civil wars: the swords
Deleted 10 11,689 by pgandy
Dec 30, 2015 20:45:28 GMT
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newBookmarkLockedFalling Pike & Shot - 30 years and English Civil wars: the soldiers
Deleted 7 18,667 by pgandy
Dec 30, 2015 20:25:59 GMT
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newBookmarkLockedFalling 18th-19th cent Western Lt Cavalry swords : Bars & Bowls
Deleted 8 14,106 by Deleted
Nov 20, 2014 3:08:28 GMT

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AndiTheBarvarian: Hi! Apr 15, 2024 12:50:26 GMT
nerdthenord: Hi, I'm still alive. Doing well again all things considered Apr 15, 2024 3:10:36 GMT
samsthe1: Uhlan, thank you for the information.Derek. Apr 9, 2024 15:25:37 GMT
samsthe1: Uhlan, thank you for the information, Apr 9, 2024 15:24:56 GMT
mrstabby: Mine gets pressed to the top as well, but that way the tip gets ground of, don't like that either. :D Unfortunately I'm an edge-perfectionist. Also one wrong move when unsheathing and the throat nicks the edge on either side. Mar 31, 2024 19:02:10 GMT
AndiTheBarvarian: Perhaps I've got one from the batch for Matt Easton ?!? Mar 31, 2024 18:22:59 GMT *
AndiTheBarvarian: When I draw the saber it's automatically pressed with the spine to the scabbard so there's space for the edge to not touch the scabbard. When the false edge starts it's released but can be carefully draw completely without touching the scabbard. Mar 31, 2024 8:10:26 GMT *
AndiTheBarvarian: Too little gap for a needle, so also I see no way to get the glue in. Mar 31, 2024 8:02:34 GMT
mrstabby: I was easily able to poke through the glue on all of my Windlass swords/daggers, then it just seems to wick in forever, it never was thick. I can't imagine how there isn't any dulling though, unless yours is less wide or the scabbard is bigger. Mar 31, 2024 7:04:12 GMT *
AndiTheBarvarian: There's not really an opening on mine, very good fit of guard and blade and some glue or epoxy in it. Since my scabbard doesn't dull the edge too I seem to be on the lucky side with Windlass this time. Mar 31, 2024 1:25:54 GMT
mrstabby: Maybe it screams in pain now, but I like it.. Mar 30, 2024 20:35:26 GMT
mrstabby: PSA: Give your Windlass swords some superglue, they appreciate it. My 1796 drank 4g through the opening between guard and blade, now it rings much louder and vibrates much less. Mar 30, 2024 20:34:25 GMT
AndiTheBarvarian: Not easy to smell without a nose... Mar 30, 2024 3:17:59 GMT
mrstabby: "Sorry Mr. Johnson, I need to store my sword for a few hundread years until someone worthy comes and gets it, mind if I stick it here?" Mar 29, 2024 18:54:11 GMT *
AndiTheBarvarian: First you have to try getting it into! (rofl) Mar 29, 2024 14:52:50 GMT *
mrstabby: What now, pulling a sword out of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson? Intriguing! :D Mar 29, 2024 12:49:08 GMT
AndiTheBarvarian: Dwayne Johnson disagrees! Mar 28, 2024 19:38:14 GMT
rschuch: As anyone who's seen Excalibur knows, getting the sword INTO the rock isn't the problem, it's getting it back out again. Mar 28, 2024 19:13:13 GMT
durinnmcfurren: Movie turned out better than it had any right to be considering how many times a blade was shoved into rock. Yes, even once would be too much, but it was way more than once. Mar 16, 2024 22:36:55 GMT
Ramses1079: Yeah me too, which is a shame because he’s a good author. I guess that’s like when your favorite band releases a new album, and there’s always one or two tracks that you’re like “what were they thinking?” Mar 16, 2024 19:12:10 GMT