Practice Manrikigusari chain
Manrikigusari means "strength of a thousand men." This ingenious weapon was created to be very concealable and at the same time, very effective and dangerous. The small weighted ends can easily be used to break any bone, when swung with the right speed and accuracy. It could also leave a man unconscious. The manrikigusari consisted of a short length of metal chain, about two to three feet long, with weights on each end. The chain could be used to parry a strike from sticks, swords, or other weapons. The weights were also swung to strike an opponent or to entangle a weapon. Once a weapon was trapped by the chain and weights, the samurai could easily disarm their opponent. Finally, the length of chain could also be used to temporarily restrain an attacker once he was subdued.
Practice Manrikigusari Chain is of plastic construction. The handles are padded. Overall length of the Practice Manrikigusari Chain is 42 3/4 inches
A wooden sword or "waster" allowed a warrior to practice full combat safely and economically while preserving his precious steel for the real battle to come. Fully seasoned and hand crafted in solid hardwood to be strong enough to meet the needs of today's swordsman (or woman). Each can take the abuse of sparring and reenacting, even edge-to-edge. (Keep in mind, however, that wood can break along grain lines.) The designs represent edge weapons common from the 12th to 15th centuries.
(A) Two Hand Practice Sword
48 1/4" overall 37" blade, 2" wide #M600154.. .$42.99
(B) One Hand Practice Sword
38 1/4" overall 31 3/4" blade, 2" wide #M600346.. .$39.99
(c) Practice Dagger
17 1/4" overall
Samurai Warior Sword Hangers
Samurai were the knights of feudal Japan. This aristocratic warrior class arose during the 12th century wars between the Taira and Minamoto clans and was consolidated in the Tokugawa period. Samurai were privileged to wear swords, and at one time had the right to cut down any commoner who offended them. Samurai Sword Hangers can be mounted on the wall either vertically or horizontally. They come in a set of two, with an antique bronze finish. A unique way to display your swords Japanese style! Set of two.
Coat Of Arms Sword Hangers
Proudly display your Medieval Weapons of choice with these beautiful handcrafted Sword Hangers. Highly detailed engraved hangers for that finishing touch. Wall-mounted sword hangers have telescoping spring-loaded actions to adjust to objects up to 1 1/2" deep. Ideal way to display your swords, axes, crossbows or daggers on the wall or to mount in frames. The Coat of Arms Sword hangers can be used to display weaponry horizontally or vertically. Set of two. 3 1/4" High
Heraldic Scottish Lion Sword Hangers
The symbol of a lion has been used as a heraldic device for many centuries by Scottish Kings. William, King of Scotland, was surnamed "The Lion" due to the rampant red lion on a yellow field, which he had as his standard. It was his personal heraldic flag. He introduced the lion symbol into his coat of arms.Heraldic Scottish Lion Sword hangers can be used for either horizontal or angle mounting. Set of two. 3" High. Adjustable up to 1 1/2".
Knight Sword Hangers
The Knight Sword Hanger measures 2 1/2" in height and can be used to display a sword horizontally or vertically. They come in a pair with antique pewter finish. Knight Sword Hangers are spring loaded to accommodate various sizes of swords. Distinctive way to display your sword and weaponry collection! This pair of medieval knights displays your weaponry in style!
(A) Pewter finish #DX25G.. .$16.98 fc (B) Bronze finish #OD25L.. .$13.00
Denix Gun Sword Hanger, Fleur de Lis
The symbol of fleur de lis, depicting a stylized lily or lotus flower, has many meanings. Traditionally, it has been used to represent French loyalty, and in that sense it is said to signify perfection, light and life. Legend has it that an angle presented Clovis, the Merovingian king of the Franks, with a golden lily as a symbol of purification upon his conversion to Christianity. Others claim that Clovis adopted the symbol when water lilies showed him how to safely cross a river and thus succeed in battle. In the 14th century, the fleur-de-lis was often incorporated into the family insignia that was sewn on the knight's surcoat, which was worn over their coat of mail, thus the term, "coat of arms." The original purpose of identification in battle developed into a system of social status designations after 1483 when King Edmund IV established the Heralds' College to supervise the granting of armor insignia. Denix Gun Sword Hanger, Fleur de Lis is a beautifully crafted spring loaded wall mount. The Denix Gun Sword Hanger can be used to hang either swords or . gun replicas. It holds sword or gun securely. The De- : nix Gun Sword Hanger is adjustable up to 1 1/2". It may be mounted any distance apart on wall to display various size guns or swords. Set of two.
Height: 3 1/2" Width: 1 5/8" Length: 1/2"
Overall Length: 1 3/4" Deep
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