I don’t do any cutting in the video. This video only shows the manufacturing differences.This is a quick comparison of a few different arming swords ranging in value from $100ish to $800ish.
You can find a few more bits of info on the swords here..

The basic arming sword –

This is the closes to the DSA sword now.

The Ronin does not have a website as it is a prototype. This is the current offering but it is much different.

The albion has been out of stock for a while and I cannot find it on their website.

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EDMAN

May 27, 2020

Sell me the albion sword

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TheSickOldToad

May 27, 2020

Maybe chalk the hole in the hand guard? Idk I feel like doing that with mine lol

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michael traynor

May 27, 2020

You done well with these videos that you created. Cosmetically all these sword seem to have issues. But the main three things that make a great sword is 1st the tang ( how thick and wide it is and is the tang rounded where the cross guard goes as this is the stress point )and 2nd the heat treatment.. and 3rd the type of steel.the peen is also another great way to tell. Pommels that screw on …..well no. In time they become loose and yeah the whole thing is total nightmare. Swords their is a lot of rubbish out their. Hard to find a good one. $2.500 is what you would pay for a great sword worthy of a king. Anything below $1500.00 dont waste your money. You will be seting your self up for disapppintment.

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King Pluto

May 27, 2020

The gap is bad because the guard can get loose

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Baron Sharpe

May 27, 2020

the gap isn't good because if the blade impacts something it becomes more probable for the guard to become loose, the guard loosening (in my mind) isn't too much of a problem, but all the issues you've stated aren't good either. The biggest issue is if the pommel loosens which is why threaded constructions are generally frowned upon by sword enthusiasts.

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Electron Kaleidoscope

May 27, 2020

You're pretty spot on why gaps in the guard are bad. Only one more thing I can think of: may be less durable in guard strikes.

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Anonymous

May 27, 2020

Im looking for a german Longsword,it dont needs decorations or so…but the blade must be properly made and not cost more than 300…
Any recommendations?

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Shrekas 2

May 27, 2020

4.5 pounds 😁 thats a two-hander

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ศานต์ไท หุ่นพยนต์

May 27, 2020

The first, Knight Templar Arming Sword you exhibit in this clip, to me, looks like a European Arming Sword made by some Indian manufacturer, if I remember correctly. Of course, it should be the cheapest, as the Templars were sworn to poverty, right?

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NOT SO PRO GAMING

May 27, 2020

templar one is from windlass no?

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tbladesmith

May 27, 2020

The gap at the guard is bad for all of the reasons you stated.

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scollyb

May 27, 2020

You repeat the last couple of minutes at the end

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