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Advice: Miecz-Sword?

Postby admin » 15 Sep 2012 11:07

I wonder if anyone here has experience of this company's work? -

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Re: Miecz-Sword?

Postby swordflasher » 27 Sep 2012 01:18

A quick search on google brings up the site - and this thread.
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Re: Miecz-Sword?

Postby Scoobing » 27 Sep 2012 19:47

Not had any experience of them I think they are a fairly new company,I'm sure they posted something on here earlier this month advertising that they are open for business
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Re: Miecz-Sword?

Postby Polyphren » 29 Sep 2012 19:04

The swords on this homepage looks interesting, but I couldn't find any prices? Has anybody contacted the smith. I hadn't managed to get the email address or activate the contact link (perhaps my browser has problems with the homepage...)
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Re: Miecz-Sword?

Postby tabiris » 30 Sep 2012 16:53

the mail seems to be , and the contact for work on google chrome. :)
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Re: Advice: Miecz-Sword?

Postby Mearcstapa » 29 May 2013 00:39

Richard Marsden lists them (and them alone, except for the Hollywood Combat Center) as producers of Polish sabres for HEMA in the recently released PDF on the subject. Name seems to be Wojciech Szanek.
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Re: Advice: Miecz-Sword?

Postby Tyler Brandon » 29 May 2013 01:32

Richard tells me that the sabers he received were very well made overall but that the blades got chewed up pretty fast, not Hanwei Hutton fast, but a lot sooner than one would expect.

This may have to do with the specifics of the blades Richard had made, certainly it wasn't enough to turn him off of their products.

I think some errors in translation caused some confusion over price (I think Richard ended up being under charged at first, not sure if he was billed again later or not,ifnot he saved $200 USD!), overwise Richard had a overall goo experience with the production of a pair of customer sabers.
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