3031Re: Beginner lit
- Aug 21 3:23 PM--- In Ayreton@yahoogroups.com, "Timothy Lyon" <twlyon24@...> wrote:
> Is it your primary, i.e. right shoulder? Start practicing off-
> Interestingly enough, learning with the off-hand translates to yourtechniques
> primary hand. In rapier, if you have good fundamentals and
> you will be surprised how little difference it makes which hand is<arngrimbjornson@>
> being used..
> --- In Ayreton@yahoogroups.com, "arngrimbjornson"
> > Hey guys, quick question. I'm gonna try to make the practices I
> > but with this bum shoulder still healing, I can't do muchfighting.
> IsHmm. Thanks for all the advice, folks. I went ahead and ordered the
> > there some good literature/manuals I could be reading to practice
> > in the mean time? Specifically, rapier-centric?
Art of Defense from Chivalry Bookshelf, but I'm also in need of a
practice blade, since I don't think my hand-and-a-half waster is
really appropriate here. Is the hanwei practical longsword from
Chivalry any good?
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