Monthly Archives: June 2012

Meyer’s Longsword – Krumphauw, The Crooked Cut

The Squinting and Crooked strikes server the same purpose: they are defensive cuts that are immediately turned into attacks. Here are the definitions and images according to Meyer followed by images from other masters: Krumphauw – Crooked Cut This cut … Continue reading

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An Interpretation of Meyer’s Rapier Parries

Meyer’s Rapier, parries Submitted by Katherina Weyssin

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Meyer’s Longsword – The Four Straight Cuts

There are four straight cuts, all performed with outstretched arms and the long edge of the sword: High, Wrath, Middle, and Low. In the headings below you will see several different terms for each of these cuts. Meyer also names … Continue reading

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