This wooden dussack is a modern interpretation of training weapon which used to be made of wood or sometimes leather. Dussack was used by training groups across many centuries as a simulator of short, single-edged weapons. It helped to improve fencing technique without fear of getting injured.
This dussack is perfect for all who start fencing lessons. This weapon is made of beech wood. Curved edge resembles a saber shape. The handle is made as an opening in a weapon’s hilt.
Important: Simulator of the white weapon, designed for thrusting practice, or for light training in pairs without heavy strength involved. It is not intended to use this weapon to hit any hard, metal or sharp items. The using of too much strong while fighting two simulators and hitting one on another may cause damage of them.
Blade/handle length: ~59cm/~22cm
Total length: ~81cm
Blade thickness: 1,2cm