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Fighting Swords

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Guest cityoflostsouls

Does anyone know where I can find swords to use in my movie that can withstand constant blows with out breaking the bank?

Thanks,

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Guest HungKuen

You could get some combatsteel swords of course. They should work quite well.. But they're really expensive though :/

There is a thread further down about this. I wrote some tips there that you might find usefull!

good luck!

Hace a nice day//TCF

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Guest samurai deli

Go to www.gungfu.com and go to the swords section. They have a bunch of samurai, tai chi, broad blade etc. wooden swords that are durable (they are usually used for sparring practice). They sell for about $20 each, give or take, and if you paint the blade chrome/silver it should look really cool and hold up on film for action scenes. That's what I'm doing for a samurai film I'm currently making. Good luck!

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Guest HungKuen

No offence, Deli, but that would probably look bad.. The wooden blade on those are too thick!

Have a nice day//TCF

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