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  • Swords, the Noblest of Weapons  By : Diane2
    In the past, reigning monarchs and members of royal families, members of the nobility and various other prestigious men, all carried swords not just as weapons, but as a traditional, highly visible sign of their status. Even today, swords and their close relatives - such as scimitars - continue to be a cross-cultural signal of high achievement or high social status.
  • Know more about martial arts.  By : paramjit singh
    A martial art can be defined as any skill that can be applied in warfare. The word martial means "military." So traditionally, a martial art is a military art. The first things that usually come to mind when discussing modern martial arts are leaping, kicking, punching, blocking, inverting elbows, twisting necks, throwing, and weapon fighting. But also horsemanship, javelin throwing, archery, spear fighting, halberd fighting, wrestling, knife fighting, rifle, shotgun and pistol shooting, demolit
  • Authentic Samurai Sword Buying Guide  By : Bhatt Bijoy
    Here are a few qualities to look for in a quality samurai sword. An authentic samurai sword should be at least a high carbon steel forge blade (like the Thaitsuki swords) or a folded steel blade.
  • What Does Functional Swords Mean?  By : Larry W Smith
    I have been selling swords and knives for the past seven years, doing research and answering questions on the different types of swords and their uses. Iíve lived for six years in Europe and seven in the Orient seen and held swords that are easier dated in centuries rather than years.

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