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  • Japanese Weapons

    Japanese Weapons

    <p>Bo-Kun - Very sturdy wooden staff, about 1.80 meters long and 2.5 to 3 cm in diameter. This item was used by fishermen and villagers to transport items and goods. Bokken - the bokken is a type of wooden katana. It became popular in the Muromachi period (1936/1600AD) when different Ryu schools began to teach the art of Kenjutsu. Eku - Comprises, on one end, a flat blade and an angled side of the other, sharpened at its end, while wooden sides possess a certain edge. It was used by fishermen as rowing and became weapon. Hanbo - is a 90cm long staff and used with one hand or two, interchangeably. Similar movements are performed with Jo and Atemi, Kansetsu, Dome o Jime. Jo - Wooden staff shorter than the Bo-Kun and longer than the Hambo. Kama - is a long-handled sickle used to harvest grain. The difference with Western sickle is the curvature of kama, which starts at the handle. Naginata - The naginata is a weapon used by the samurai of feudal Japan, consisting of a blade stuck on a long pole. It resembles a European halberd, but only with a curved blade and a Gumia placed at its end. Nunchaku - This weapon is basically formed by two very short staffs between 30 and 60 cm joined at their ends by a rope. It is a very versatile weapon that adapts to situations against one or more attackers in short or long distances in defense or attack, developing a great hitting power. Katana - The katana is a single-edged sword, curved, traditionally used by the samurai. The most common size is around a meter in length and one kilo weight. Sai - The Sai is a blunt knife but with a sharp point and with two long side guards, tsuba, also pointed, attached to the handle. Tanto - The Tanto was a traditionally made sword worn by the Samurai of the feudal class. Tanbo - The tambo is short hardwood staff that is used in the same way as the approximately 90cm long hanbo. Tonfa - Also known as Tuifa, it consists of a stick with a perpendicular handle attached a third of the way down the length of the stick. Yubibo - A 13-15 cm staff, with two holes that divide it into three sections called Kontei at the poles and Chukon bu in the middle between the two holes. Wakizashi - The wakizashi is a traditional Japanese short sword, with a length of between 30 and 60 cms.</p>
  • Chinese Weapons

    Chinese Weapons

    Swords, knives and other traditional and modern Chinese as Tang jian, Qi Tao Jian or Hiryuu from traditional Chinese martial arts like Kung Fu. We could establish a classification by type and use as handguns, rifles, double weapons, flexible weapons, hidden weapons and throwing weapons. Some Chinese weapons are: Bart Jarm Do, Long Cane (gun shu), 3 Section Cane (sān jié gùn), 2 Section Cane (èr jié gùn), knives, curve or straight swords, hooks, axes, Kwan Tao, spears (quian shu), 9 Section Whip, Luk Dim Boon Kwun, Shéng Biāo (Rope with Dart), Yue Ya Chan (Monk Shovel).
  • Bows (Non-Functional)

    Bows (Non-Functional)

    <p>Replicas of vintage bows for recreationists. They are not functional by not having shooting accuracy and be prepared for it.</p>
  • Daggers

    Daggers

    <p>Daggers are weapons short blade flat and broad with pointed end. Intermediate length between the dagger and sword as well as its double-edged security guard make it ideal as a secondary weapon after the sword. Usually, due to its short length, have also been used as weapons to protect women. Some types of daggers that we recognize are ... Arab daggers, daggers Egyptian, Roman daggers, daggers, lord of the rings, medieval daggers, daggers Templar daggers Greco-Roman, Greek daggers, daggers barbaric Viking daggers, daggers, fantasy, combat knives, daggers, sailing, daggers Renaissance pirate daggers, daggers Aguila,</p>
  • Pocket knives

    Pocket knives

    Pocket knives with medieval motifs.
  • Spears and halberds

    Spears and halberds

    <p>The spear was a type of weapon used in the Middle Ages for its easy handling and simple manufacturing. The large bodies of spearmen, whether they were on foot or horseback, were very effective, armed with these spears that came out quite economic in the medieval battles. The variants most advanced of the infantry formations medieval had spears, which adicionaban knife, axe, hammer, or pick. A variant of the spear is the halberd. It is a weapon enastada of shaft of wood about two meters in length and has a spear tip as a bib upper, a blade transverse leaf-shaped axe on one side, and another breastplate of punctured or to engage more small by its opposite. The horses were reluctant to charge against an army disciplined of men armed with long spears extended, as that is repressed to a dense formation of warriors with long spears raised, which also formed a strong protection against the arrows thrown.</p>
  • Axes

    Axes

    <p>The axe is now a tool but over time has had the consideration of weapon. It has a blade of metal that is fixed securely to a handle. The typical use for the axes is cutting firewood and felling trees, but in the past were used as weapons for hunting and war, especially by the vikings, normans, amerindian, british, French, etc., The majority of the axes in the following list are decorative, even though they are made of alloys of steel sheets.</p>
  • Crossbows

    Crossbows

    <p>Medieval crossbows for decorative use and recreationists. They are pieces of ornament and collection and therefore require no license to carry. In the Medieval Ages, the crossbow was a weapon that propelled arrows whose operation consisted of a bow mounted on a straight base. Unlike the bow, its use did not require much skill and was more functional as it could be fired on horseback, standing or dragged on the ground. Obviously it was not all advantages and slow loading of the arrows was its weak point. The crossbow began to be used on a massive scale on the Xth century and revolutionized warfare tactics as it opened a new world strategy to be a weapon of precision shooting at distance.</p>
  • Maces

    Maces

    <p>The clubs were initially a simple pole or stick with shorter end which constituted the rock engastaba the heavy and forceful. Over the centuries evolved into the typical all-metal weapons.</p> <p>In the Middle Ages, the clubs, the riders wielding. Then, over time, became symbols of power used by the military orders and the ecclesiastical hierarchy.</p>
  • Knives

    Knives

    <p>Historical knives, adventure knives, Greek knives, Roman knives, pugios, etc. Sharp pieces and for collectors. p&gt;</p>

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Sword of the decorative Crusaders, with completion in decorated brass. It is a decorative sword made in Toledo (Spain). He highlighted by the red cross of his pomoA choose with or without sheath.
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Raphael Pappenheimer sword from the 16th and 17th centuries with high carbon steel blade, protective basket type guard and threaded grip on steel wire for a good grip. Includes leather sheath covered with metal...
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DECORATIVE Ballesta ideal for recreationists. It is not functional. The crossbow is a weapon that began to be used massively in the tenth century, with the development and refinement of the bow and arrow. Primitive...
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Sword rapiera with leather scabbard. We recommend carrying this sword with a baldric. p&gt;The name of rapiera describes a weapon to cut and to punzar used mainly by the nobles of principles of the XVIth century. p&gt;
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