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The Ubiquitous Wallerstein longsword FINISHING MOVE!

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Published on Jul 15, 2010

Here's a technique that shows up as early as the Wallerstein fencing manual (circa 1470) and in several other subsequent manuscripts that seem to be related to the Wallerstein manuscript, namely the Anonymous Berlin A 83 (c. 1500), Albrecht Durer (c. 1512), Antonius Rast (c. 1530), and all 3 known copies of the elaborate compendium by Paulus Hector Mair (c. 1550). This video illustrates all the variants from these different sources, as well as a few of its counters. Enjoy!

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