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Meyer’s Longsword – Cutting from Eisenport to Einhorn

This cut is quite simple once you see it in action. One is merely going from Eisenport (3rd in Rapier) to Einhorn (1st with the tip upwards) using a J-shaped motion. This cut travels along the line of E to … Continue reading

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Meyer’s Longsword – Guards Part 1 of 4

Ochs – Ox [Master Guard] Meyer divides the Ochs or Ox into three guards. The primary form of Ochs has the tip lowered towards the face. The short-edge is up, but not completely vertical. The feet are opposite the blade; that … Continue reading

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