FakeSteel armory

FakeSteel armory

Zbraně FakeSteel jsou PU pěnové meče a další zbraně vyráběné se zaměřením na roleplayové hry (larp), historické a fantasy bitvy, šermířské tréninky, dětské tábory nebo jen pro domácí hry a zábavu. Mohou s nimi šermovat děti i dospělí. Vhodné jsou všude tam, kde si chcete bezpečně zabojovat, ale zároveň nemít nutně ochranné prvky, jako zbroj či helmu.

Při jejich výrobě je kladen důraz zejména na bezpečnost a odolnost. Skládají se z flexibilní PU pěnové čepele/hlavice, tvrdého gumového jílce, jehož záštita si zachovává částečnou flexibilitu a sklolaminátového jádra. Meče jsou dále dovažovány v rukojeti nebo násadě olovem a ocelovou trubkou. Rukojeť je omotána pravou hovězí kůží nebo má dřevěné střenky. Všechny díly a materiály mečů a ostatních zbraní pocházejí z EU. Zbraně jsou ručně lité, barvené a vyráběné v Praze.

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  • One-handed sabre - Briquet FakeSteel

    Catalogue number: FAS09
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    One-handed sabre - Briquet The inspiration for us were the French short infantry sabers "Briquet", which became famous especially during the revolution and the Napoleonic Wars. These small sabers very often had an almost straight single-edged blade, so it was the perfect option for us. Total…
  • One-handed sword – Doge, Venice XV. century

    Catalogue number: FAS08
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    One-handed sword – Doge Our Doge sword is based on surviving examples from 15th century with the Doge museum in Venice. Its curved guard with finger protector is common on swords form this area of Europe, and the distinctive-shaped pommel sets it apart from other medieval and renaissance swords. We…
  • LANGMESSER, FakeSteel

    Catalogue number: FAS07
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    One-handed sword – Langmesser This sword is inspired by the classic shape of German Grosse Messers we can see in fencing manuals of 15th and 16th centuries. A typical feature of this hilt is a wooden knife handle as well as a lug on the outside of the crossguard that protects the knuckles of the…
  • One-handed sword - Coin FakeSteel

    Catalogue number: FAS06
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    One-handed sword - Coin. The simple design of this hilt is based on the popular one-handed swords of the 14th century. The curved ends of the crossguard and the coin-shaped pommel are typical features of this knight's weapon. Oakeshott in his typology refers to this type of pommel with the letter J…
  • One-handed sword - Fishtail FakeSteel

    Catalogue number: FAS04
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    One-handed sword - Fishtail Weapons from the 15th century inspired us for this sword hilt. Oakeshott refers to this type of pommel with the letter V and is commonly referred to as a fishtail. An exciting feature of this model is a hexagonal handle with a very pleasant grip. It is one of our more…
  • One-handed Thorpe Falchion FakeSteel

    Catalogue number: FAS03
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    One-handed sword – Falchion During the production we were mainly inspired by the so-called "Thorpe falchion", found in England in the bed of the river Yare near the town of Thorpe St. Andrew. The sword is usually dated to the beginning of the 14th century. The ideal secondary weapon with single…
  • One-handed sword - Viking type H FakeSteel

    Catalogue number: FAS02
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    One-handed sword - Viking type H This sword belongs to Petersen's type H. Due to the number of found historical pieces, it is the most numerous of all types of swords from the time of the Vikings. Of the more than 200 weapons found, less than a quarter had a single-edged blade. That's why we…
  • One-handed sword - Viking type E

    Catalogue number: FAS01
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    One-handed sword - Viking type E During manufacture of this sword from the 10th century, we tried our best to stick to the preserved finding. It is a weapon found in 1874 in Gnezdovo, Russia. The sword belongs to Petersen's type E, which was very popular in the Viking world and today we find it in…
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