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Postby the_last_alive » 10 Jun 2013 19:58

I'm in the market for a new sword bag. Preferably something a bit (doesn't have to be much) longer than the old golf bags, and able to withstand international air travel.

What do people use?

What do people recommend?
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Postby Colin F. » 10 Jun 2013 21:13

Snowboard bag with reinforced ends. Fit my sabres, clothes, equipment and mask etc for the ISS and worked well. It can fit my feder/albion in as well should the need be for longsword.
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Re: Bag

Postby Stevie T » 11 Jun 2013 10:49

I've made my own, but these look interesting

add 16 Euro for shipping.
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Re: Bag

Postby Monzambano » 13 Jun 2013 22:06

I got a gun case - not much room for anything else, but it's stiff. Our situation is different, too, though, we're usually 2-3 travelling, so we have a number of blades and the opportunity to consolidate the soft/bulky stuff into a separate bag.
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Re: Bag

Postby Jacob_Lee » 20 Jun 2013 14:31

After a bit of scoping I found this:

The website is fishy at best, but at least the product linked has two reviews that sound convincingly grumpy.
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