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Great site. I've been a heavy fighter in the SCA for 15 years now and I think this is a great idea. Have been interested in live steel fighting for some time, however, I am concerned about safety. Would love to start such a group here. Have a couple of interested friends, including my wife. What help/suggestions can I get??
Shannon McVey <>
juneau, Alaska, USA - Wednesday, December 29, 1999 at 02:25:17 (PST)
no comments, other than that your group sounds fascinating, i am a 20 year member of the SCA
Ricardo the Wanderer <>
Natrona heights, Pennsylvania, USA - Tuesday, December 28, 1999 at 15:49:25 (PST)
I am very pleased to see the resurgence of the martial art of our heritage, but I doubt there is much interest in Billings Montana.
Steven Crilly <>
Billings, Montana, USA - Monday, December 27, 1999 at 10:17:52 (PST)
This is Great!! Finally a group more interested in realism than fantasy. Very good site.
Todd Marvin <>
Grand Haven, Michigan, USA - Thursday, December 23, 1999 at 13:30:20 (PST)
Your Web site is very good!
Ilaria Villa <>
Milano, MI, Italy - Tuesday, November 30, 1999 at 01:25:08 (PST)
We have seen your advertisement in Renaissance magazine, and since we are a live steel, jousting group, we like a catalog sent to us at: Knights of the Azure Cross 13752 E. Ashlan ave Sanger, Ca. 93657
Knights of the Azure Cross
Sanger , California, USA - Tuesday, November 16, 1999 at 12:21:35 (PST)
I have been doing medieval combat for eight years in the Society for Creative Anachronism and this is the most thought-out approach to sword training I have seen yet. I am interested in seeing how well it works, any takers? I, too, envision our art to be as widespread as many oriental or other "extreme" arts, do you need any help?
Chris Whiteman <>
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA - Wednesday, November 10, 1999 at 08:42:29 (PST)
Wonderful,finally a martial art from my own culture.Please contact me to let me know if there exists a chapter in my area.If none exists then please suggest books and videos.I would also like to know about membership.
Robert Eaton <>
Ft.Smith , Arkansas, USA - Tuesday, November 09, 1999 at 10:04:55 (PST)
Very nice site, I was super happy to see a Canadian Orginization that studies European Martial Arts. I have been studying on my own and with my wife in the Long Sword and Sword and Shield for about a year now. Most of my knowledge has come from John Clements Books on Medieval Swordsmanship (very good book). My Army Unit trains out of Moss Park Armouries so I'll have to come by some time to visit. PS check out my friend Bill Feduns web site "The South Tower Armouring Guild" at and let me know what you think of his custom made Battle Ready Piece". (I'm trying to decide on that or a Del-Tin 2142???) Give me a shout and See ya soon.Chris Thomson
Chris & Angela Thomson <>
Brampton, Ontario, Canada - Tuesday, October 26, 1999 at 17:33:54 (PDT)
Maggdalene D'Uprie <>
Surrey, British Columbia, Canada - Saturday, October 23, 1999 at 21:36:30 (PDT)
Hey there, D M C. Pretty good site here. Oh... no hard feelings about not allowing my site join your "ring". Keep in touch. Good luck, my friend.
Sir Robert <>
New Jersey, USA - Thursday, October 21, 1999 at 16:37:06 (PDT)
Great to see this site and all it magnificent sources to further one knowledge and skill. Muy bien!
Hector Gabriel Garcia <>
Marina, California, USA - Tuesday, October 12, 1999 at 14:51:06 (EDT)
Great site, cool graphics, and above all, EXCELLENT.
Matt Atack <>
Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada - Sunday, October 10, 1999 at 14:14:36 (EDT)
Thank you for alowing me to visit your site. My system of European Martial Arts focuses upon Savate (striking range), Pancration (grappling range) and Sistema Circulo Punto de Sabre(weapons range)Inquiries welcome.Sir Michael, KSM
Maestro Michael E. Ludwig <>
**, Pennsylvania, USA - Wednesday, October 06, 1999 at 02:14:46 (EDT)
Please accept my gratitude for all of your hard work and effort to establish this high quality website. This more useful content here than in many other sites, especially the online library. When I found Talhoffer(!), and then Flos Bellorum, I nearly wept with joy. I had been searching for a copy of those works for years.Do you have individual memberships?Daffyd ap Morgen
Daffyd ap Morgen <>
Rohnert Park, California, USA - Sunday, October 03, 1999 at 05:08:47 (EDT)
Good site.
Ruslan Krasnikov <>
Novorossiysk, Kuban, Russia - Saturday, October 02, 1999 at 03:39:40 (EDT)
One the most comprehensive sites I have seen.
Wade Vuglar <>
Auckland, **, New Zealand - Wednesday, September 29, 1999 at 20:58:44 (EDT)
This is a good site.
Jere <>
na, Utah, USA - Friday, September 24, 1999 at 11:52:20 (EDT)
Nice site. To all of the North American guest book signers...please be cognizant of correct spelling. Youse peoples makes us look bad, ya know? Seriously - anyone in Columbus Ohio interested in forming a study group? Drop me an email.
Mike Barna <>
Columbus, Ohio, USA - Monday, September 20, 1999 at 22:18:32 (EDT)
Nice site, let'se our Academy of Mediaval fencing on
Alberto Di Candia <>
Torino, **, Italy - Saturday, September 18, 1999 at 16:51:09 (EDT)
I am the Director of a new school teadching Physical Theatre. This is my first year of opperation and we have certification in both FDC and BADC at the year's end. As this is our first year of study, the school is small, but we would be interested in sponsering some workshops for the city if you are interested. If you would be interested in doing this, promoted by The Hunter Gates Academy of Physical Theatre, please let me know.Yours truly,Hunter GatesDirector
Hunter Gates <>
Toronto, Canada, Ontario, Canada - Friday, September 17, 1999 at 10:23:51 (EDT)
Nice site, I'm glad Rob Lovett (The Exiles - an A.E.M.M.A. afilliate) recomended I drop in... I'd sign up, but I'm lousy with a sword... Cannon now, thats a diferent matter...UvB, Webmeister,
Ulrich von Bek <>
Manchester, **, England - Saturday, September 11, 1999 at 10:08:18 (EDT)
A commendable venture! I believe I'll pursue this one. When I first started fencing in the SCA, I was asked if I had any experience. I replied no, only that I was Army-Infantry. "Oh Good, he knows how to walk," was the arrogant comment that came from the back of the room. It took only 8 sessions before everyone found out that I can do more than walk. I can Take the Objective! I believe your group, with it's interests and disciplines, will appreciate that type of attitude. One must never take an aloof attitude toward one's opponent. This is a combat site.The Saxon
D.C.Tatner (The Saxon) <>
Rochester, New York, USA - Wednesday, September 08, 1999 at 22:50:15 (EDT)
Hi I'm a medieval re-enactor of the 15th century, and a member of the 'Klauwaerts'. I like fighting with lots of different steel weapons and would be interested in courses and guiding towards these traditional fighting technics. Together with a few friends, we try to practise some technics by means of 'Kata' movements we developed on our own, but find it a bit awkward moving in heavy equipement and real weapons, so if you have a manual, manuscript or experience in this field of professional training please let me know, because I would be interested in founding a real medieval exhibition and fighting group. We have access to some horses and are programming in the field of jousting as well. Jan
Jan Braem <>
Brugge, W-Vlaanderen, Belgium - Tuesday, September 07, 1999 at 07:02:31 (EDT)
Hi, I practise historical fencing in Czech group of historical fencing for 8 years and I am supprise that are a lot of people of the worl, which are interesting in hist.fencing.I like your photos from trainig and literature which you use for fencing. I will visit your pages, I will try to send some photos with our activities. PETER.
Peter Skora <>
Ostrava, **, Czech republic - Monday, August 30, 1999 at 07:07:15 (EDT)
I have traditionly looked at the Martial Arts as coming from the Orient. I hope to learn more about the medieval style of Martial Arts to complememnt my training in the Oriental Martial Arts. Cool site.
Kerian el Dunnes <>
, Ontario, Canada - Sunday, August 22, 1999 at 18:36:50 (EDT)
Would like some history and present day information on the art of swordmaking
Carolyn Budden <>
Kitchener, Ontario, Canada - Friday, August 20, 1999 at 22:51:00 (EDT)
The Chicago Swordplay Guild will be hosting an extraordinary Western Martial Arts Seminar, October 15, 16 and 17, 1999.The seminar will feature hands-on instruction in an amazing variety of disciplines including: Marozzo's dagger play, Irish stick fighting, Medieval longsword, the spear, Celtic wrestling, Bowie knife, Dusak, Savate, and much, much more!Please see our site at for information on this spectacular event!Cheers,Mark RectorChicago Swordplay Guild
Mark Rector <>
Chicago, IL, USA - Tuesday, August 17, 1999 at 16:30:03 (EDT)
This site is a great source for training and educational information. I would like to start a group here in Michigan. I would love to here from anyone in Michigan who would like to set up a study and training group.
William Merchand <>
St. Johns, MI, USA - Monday, August 16, 1999 at 12:54:14 (EDT)
Was wondering how much training in the martial arts is? Former college football player very interested in pursuing something along this line...I enjoy weightlifting also..I was hoping that someone could help me find some info on what martial arts techniques/disciplines I should pursue.
Adam N. Burger <>
Ypsilanti, Mi, USA - Wednesday, August 11, 1999 at 22:39:01 (EDT)
Great site! I've played with the SCA off and on since the early 80's but have always felt something lacking. Thanx to HACA and yourself we can start to truly relearn bladesmanship. Wish your school was closer :}
Bill Schoppe <>
Palmer, Alaska, USA - Wednesday, August 11, 1999 at 22:10:36 (EDT)
Is there a local chapter of A.E.M.M.A. any where near colorado springs/manitou springs colorado, U.S.A., I am finding it difficult to locate information on medieval fighting techniques, and I have yet to find a local group with which to practice, PLEASE HELP!!!!
James Wilson <>
Manitou springs, Colorado, USA - Tuesday, August 10, 1999 at 15:00:14 (EDT)
Great Website. I like the coat of arms!!
Sabrina Atack
Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada - Monday, August 02, 1999 at 21:55:38 (EDT)
Cool sight, My frends and I play a game of mak sword fighting... Ironicly its the only game that nobudy fights about!P.S. My AOL INSTINT MESIGER NAME is (HDMSJM)...
Omaha, NE, USA - Sunday, July 18, 1999 at 17:46:38 (EDT)
An extremly interesting web site. There is so much to look at and so much info for research. thank you for putting this wonderful site together!
Stephen Chometa
Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Sunday, July 18, 1999 at 12:26:15 (EDT)
I have already e-mailed your site and was instructed by pc to leave something on your guest book about my request. I'm in the process of buying a William Wallace Sword from CAS Iberia and would like to know if there is somebody in the Tulsa,OK. area that can instruct or has had previous instruction in the use of the broadsword. Your manual, that you are in the process of compiling would be great, but is no substitute for on hand instruction. I've been involved in the asian martials arts for almost 20 years and I know that a book can show you many things, but not without a previous foundation being laid through solid conventional training, with an instructor.
Tom Snow <>
Skiatook, Oklahoma, USA - Saturday, July 17, 1999 at 18:02:40 (EDT)
Dear Sir. Dear Madam,I found your site very interesting because I am the member of group of historical fencing SINE NOMINE in Slovakia. Because I have some problems with the time which I can spend on the Internet, I have one request: Please send me all publications from yours Online Library via mail in some Win format. I would be very happy if you could do it.Yours faithfully, Rudolf Kinder
Rudolf Kinder <>
Bratislava, Slavakia - Wednesday, June 30, 1999 at 10:06:30 (EDT)
Just attended the Bristol Renaissance Faire and decided to check out what I could find on the net. Am intersted in taking a class or two to find out more about sword handling.
Phil Ziegler <>
Waukesha, Wisconsin, USA - Tuesday, June 29, 1999 at 22:27:43 (EDT)
Fair Greetings!I'm the head of a small group of stage fighters in Sweden.We do all sorts of fighting, though mostly in a 800-1300 setting. I found your site most interesting and I'd like to come in contact with you. I've been in the business for roughly four years, though I've been in different fighting styles for 13 years (including, Ninjutsu, karate, aikido, sportsfencing, renaissance fencing, viking reenactment, etc.)Best regards.Linus
Linus Nilsson <>
Gothenburg, Sweden - Friday, June 25, 1999 at 16:44:16 (EDT)
Nice to see someone starting to organise some serrious research. Have been working at it for years, but kept running into roadblocks with groups like SCA because of too much vested interest. Have recently been learning the Japanese sword from someone who actually knows the combative applications rather than menaingless forms.
Michael McQuown <>
Philadelphia, PA, USA - Thursday, June 24, 1999 at 22:26:42 (EDT)
Hello From New Zealand. I have been a member of an organisation in NZ, called Auckland Sword & Shield Society for about four years. Having moved away it's nice to see other organisations, especially on the net. Just in case you all decide to go international, I would be very interested, as I had become a junior instructor, and am currently teaching two people the basics in Rotorua. The thing i like most about your organisation is the fact that you use steel weapons, all training i have recieved was with tempered spring steel, and i love it. I would like for someone to return mail sometime. Oh and by the way great site you've got here
Paul Andersen <>
Rotorua, New Zealand - Tuesday, June 22, 1999 at 09:09:39 (EDT)
I am very happy to hear of your organization. I thought about becoming involved in SCA, but I wanted to use steel weapons and wasn't interested in being involved in a complete re-enactment, only combat. WHERE is this school located? (Obviously not in Alaska, but I won't be here forever)
Calvata <>
Fairbanks, AK, US - Tuesday, June 15, 1999 at 03:49:27 (EDT)
being here in Texas is their any clubs or chapters near West Texas near Midland / Odessa ?
george Darcy <>
Andrews, Texas, USA - Monday, June 14, 1999 at 00:48:50 (EDT)
Hi. It is great to see that so many people are interested in fencing - espeacally in medieval fencing! But there is one big problem in "redoing" the old "art of fencing". We all have to thank Gustav Hergsell for copying three of the six Talhoffer manuscripts. But: He was a great fencing master - no doubt - but he wasnt at the old german literature and language, so he made some mistakes which have survived up to now. Perhaps I can help to clear one of them. (Please see entry "Hergsell's translations of Talhoffer clarifications" in warrior-to-warrior forum under "Documentation & Ancient Treatises" for full explaination.)
Yours sincerly, Norbert Krines, student at the University Bamberg and "�ungsleiter" (some kind of trainer for the easy things) at the local fencing club. P.S. Please excuse my not so well english - Im trying to improve it - promissed! And keep going!

Norbert Krines <>
Bamberg, Germany - Friday, June 11, 1999 at 06:01:53 (EDT)
Great site
Nathan Scaiff <>
Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Tuesday, June 08, 1999 at 23:54:41 (EDT)
VERY Interresting site.I've been interrested in Medieval and renaissance fair for 5years since I was asked to make a chainmail suit for a friend at the PA. REN Fair. Since then I've made swords of all sizes and shapes for people at the fair and freinds I've been looking for books or videos on medieval swordmenship to learn to use what I make thank you
Nick Marino <>
Williamstown, NJ, USA - Sunday, June 06, 1999 at 21:07:16 (EDT)
Great web page. My interest is in the two handed sword, particularly the Scottish Claymore. I would greatly appreciate any instructional manuals or videos that you produce in the future. By all means add me to your mail list.
Clyde Meeks <>
Red Feather Lakes, Colorado, USA - Saturday, June 05, 1999 at 13:43:36 (EDT)
FORMIDABLE! (French pronunciation.) I send you good wishes on your efforts to re-create authentic European martial arts. When I see some of the techniques used on television or in motion pictures, I often wish that I could reach through the screen, slap one or more of the combatants upside the head and say, "Congratulations! In a real fight you would already be dead!" May Odin empower you!
Christian Leopold Shea <>
Hollywood Hills, California, USA - Thursday, May 27, 1999 at 17:06:06 (EDT)
Mmmm.... Very nice. I mean it.Me and me friend are extremly interested in fantasy and sword fighting more or less every mediveal weapon fighting technique. We wonder if you are going to put up a school in sweden?
Bjorn Svensson <>
Helsingborg, Skane, Sweden - Thursday, May 27, 1999 at 10:24:38 (EDT)
To A.E.M.M.A.from ED of CAVSH group of Brazil, I am a Martial Art teacher and shooting istructor.I just wanted to say that I am very happy to finaly see a serious work in European Martial Art. Keep up the good work!
Ed Moore <>
S� Paulo, SP, Brazil - Monday, May 24, 1999 at 12:28:45 (EDT)
Hi All, Just wondering if there are any resources/sites dedicated to English stickfighting (whether short sticks or staffs)? Please email me any that you know of,CheersBill
Bill Loery <>
Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear, England - Saturday, May 22, 1999 at 06:23:53 (EDT)
It was very interesting.Where is an information about russian martial arts?
Murmansk, RUSSIA - Thursday, May 20, 1999 at 08:45:55 (EDT)
Just looking :-). Have a very stong intrest in your subject area. Bye for now!
Mark Hillyard <>
St Annes, Lancashire, England - Monday, May 17, 1999 at 08:16:20 (EDT)
Hi,I would be very interested in finding a local class (affiliate) in sword techniquies. I've been involved in a local LARP group for about 5 yearsand also have taken martial arts, as a kid, so I already have a small level of experience, using padded boffer weapons. I'm seeking to increase my level of experties,physical conditioning and this seems to suit this well. Also I have approx. 100 friends +/- who are interested in the same sort of thing. The LARP group,that I'm in, are medieval re-inactors (this is a continuing, monthly game) so its possible that I could get a number of pople interested in this.ThanksGary Freitas
Gary Freitas <>
Ambler, Pennsylvania, USA - Sunday, May 16, 1999 at 14:25:54 (EDT)
It's really a very nice page. Not only you got some nice Scripts ;-) but there's also a lot of interesting stuff to look at.
Thomas Ficker <>
Cologne, Germany - Sunday, May 16, 1999 at 04:30:06 (EDT)
I am thrilled that Asian martial arts have not detroyed an important European heritage. There is much too say for learning to deal with weapons calmly especially in today's society. The ancient knight stills lives in us in seems.
Neal Tessier <>
CA, USA - Monday, May 03, 1999 at 23:06:28 (EDT)
excellent site, very professional
Larry Mitchell <>
Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Thursday, April 29, 1999 at 23:47:04 (EDT)
I like the traning part, Ishoes more thaneny other sights I'v been to >:-)~ --+<>>>>>>>>>>
Omaha, N.E., USA - Thursday, April 15, 1999 at 22:22:58 (EDT)
I'm new here. I am looking for anything useful which I can use in my addon to another computer game. My primary interest is in your research engine...for now.
Rob Gordon
Lakewood, Washington, United States - Monday, April 12, 1999 at 02:43:07 (EDT)
Very nice the virtual market
Alessandro Fedi <>
Firenze, FI, Italia - Saturday, April 10, 1999 at 15:39:01 (EDT)
What a fantastic idea!!! We would like you to move to Australia as soon as possible. There is nothing like the sound swordplay to get the blood stirring!!
Jason <>
Canberra, ACT, Australia - Friday, April 09, 1999 at 06:03:37 (EDT)
This is an interesting idea. It is a very good idea in fact. Many people I know like this era of combat. I used to play something called "melee". It is midieval sword play using pvc pipe and pipe wrap. It as close as you could come to your training that you offer. It is nothing like what you have however. Yours is an actual class. Ours was nothing more than a game that we chose to play. Your class more than likely teaches the fine points of combat and proper ettiquet. Similar to Asian martial arts. I would not mind being e-mailed by you. I would like to talk more about what you do with an instuctor or some one like that. Basicly an authority on your organization.
Jason Moto <>
Sapulpa, Oklahoma, U.S.A - Thursday, April 08, 1999 at 00:45:03 (EDT)
Hi Dave!
John Belardi <>
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada - Thursday, April 01, 1999 at 10:27:38 (EST)
Comgratulations. Great site. Best wishes from polish knights.If you could write more about two-handed sword wewould be wery greatfull.
Karol Gladysz <>
Krakow, Poland - Thursday, March 25, 1999 at 05:25:17 (EST)
Outstanding site! I am going to check it out thoroughly and then pose questions...Thanks!
Ravyn Llanfaire <>
Petoskey, , Mich, USA - Monday, March 22, 1999 at 17:18:59 (EST)
I don't have comments just yet as I've just arrived.
Anton J. Cvet <>
Ottawa, ON., Canada - Friday, March 05, 1999 at 08:10:54 (EST)
Hi!!Wow!! Great!!Wunderbar!!
Saratov, Russia - Thursday, March 04, 1999 at 04:00:48 (EST)
basically nice site. i have been in swordsfighting for abour 4 years now, and the only thing i can say is: if you guys are as good as you pretend to be, you can possibly make it to competence with the sword, but i think your time schedule is a bit optimistic. nevertheless i like it and i'll occasionally will have a look again.
christian feldhoff <>
frankfurt, germany - Monday, February 15, 1999 at 16:14:29 (EST)
Most informative sight for a novice such as i. any thoughts on instructional groups being formed in ny/nj metro area in near future?
mark sonkin <>
paramus, nj, usa - Wednesday, February 10, 1999 at 22:57:07 (EST)
Let us know when your book is complete. We are members of the California-based Guild of the Clan of St. Andrews Royal Scots, portraying the court of Mary Queen of Scots (God Save The Queen!), circa 1562. We are interested in all forms of European martial arts. Once you get your sword masters and begin developing your training, consider putting together a video for people outside your area. We would be interested! Some of us are one-time members of Tournament Productions, and used to do alot of fighting with live steel, full-armour tournament-style. Good Luck!
Armsmere D'Ravenglass <>
Three Rivers , California, USA - Saturday, February 06, 1999 at 16:51:10 (EST)
Owner & Director of The School of Two Swords-A School of Kendo and other weaponry
Dwight C. McLemore <>
Poquoson, Virginia, U.S.A. - Wednesday, February 03, 1999 at 15:34:22 (EST)
Like those who have posted here before me, I wish to offer my unqualified good wishes to the AEMMA. I am utterly ecstatic to see historical European combat styles being practiced with a scholarly rather than a sport or fantasy approach. I find it a pity, however, that your professed stylistic cut-off date excludes 16-17th century rapier technique, despite the amount of information you have available on it. I suppose that this omission spares me the expense of moving to Toronto, though, as otherwise the proverbial wild horses could not keep me away.
A. Wolgemuth <>
Ottawa, ON, Canada - Saturday, January 30, 1999 at 01:16:05 (EST)
I'm a member of the Dawn Duelists Society, a former member of the Tournament Productions, and an avid student of the European martial arts. It is so nice when I find others of the same bent. Good luck with your project. I am doing a similar training project. I am heading to Europe to travel, and while there, I hope to meet with groups in the various countries where I can do some studying and sparing with them. If any one in the dueling groups in Europe reads this. Please e-mail me so I might have the honor of meeting with you while traveling.
Davenrich <>
Gilroy, CA, USA - Friday, January 29, 1999 at 14:04:21 (EST)
Why does your "broadsword" combat text claim to be relying on Di Grassi? He used a slender rapier like sword!?Besides, what the heck is a "broadsword", can you even show one historical reference to the term prior to 1700?
Rik Zell <>
Orlando, Fl, USA - Friday, January 29, 1999 at 10:35:32 (EST)
Hey, like dyou site, it's so familair. If you need to plagiarize any more from tha HACA site feel free to do so. Good luck.
Jeff <>
Houston, Texas, USA - Friday, January 29, 1999 at 10:19:46 (EST)
HI, are you at all familiar with John McDonald of Edinboro Scotland, of the Dawn Duelist Society? I'm glad to see people reviving the lost sword arts.
Steven B. Mumbauer <>
Sellersville, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. - Wednesday, January 20, 1999 at 16:48:22 (EST)
I am intriuged. But far of a drive to see what classes are like. Interested in the book. Might make a nice collection to my medieval library.I've been doing SCA fighting for twelve years now, so I can only say, "Have fun, be safe."
Erich <>
Hayward, Cailfornia, USA - Wednesday, January 20, 1999 at 15:04:30 (EST)
Found the site from a link and it is great. Looking for someone in the philly area to spar w/live steel and shinai and staffs. Keep up the good work!
Dave <>
Philly, PA, USA - Monday, January 18, 1999 at 13:37:53 (EST)
My interests are in medieval swordsmanship, as taught by Terry Brown, John Clements and others. Under the instruction of Terry Brown, I am beginning the long journey towards competence with the sword, sword and secondary weapons and various pole arms.
Ross Dean <>
Lynton, Devon, United Kingdom - Tuesday, January 12, 1999 at 17:25:47 (EST)
Congratulations on an excellent website resource. We are placing a link to your site and appreciate reciprocity.American Academy for Russian Martial Art and Combat Skill, Inc. Annex to All-Russian Federation of Russian Martial Art Federation of Russian Martial Art
American Academy for Russian Martial Art <>
Lancaster, PA, USA - Sunday, January 10, 1999 at 00:28:00 (EST)
What are the target dates and places for your spring '99 opening.
William <>
Pocono Mountains, PA, USA - Saturday, January 09, 1999 at 18:20:46 (EST)
Would really like to find a school, teacher or just a member in my area. Can you point me in the right direcion?
Ian A.J. Holmes <>
Bronx, New York, United States - Friday, January 08, 1999 at 12:51:14 (EST)
I put a link up for you at NetSwordCheers
Wizard <>
- Tuesday, January 05, 1999 at 01:50:19 (EST)
A great site! Look forward to your book being finished!
A Breton <>
Dallas, TX, USA - Thursday, December 24, 1998 at 18:45:11 (EST)
Good luck. Drop me a line when you are up and running. Also any info on your training manual.
Brandt Smith <>
Geronimo, Oklahoma, USA - Thursday, December 24, 1998 at 16:52:03 (EST)
THe site looks good. Seems like you have a lot of interest to keep this thing going over here. Best of luck.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Thursday, December 17, 1998 at 18:12:09 (EST)
Good site and an intrigueing mission. If you have any reps in the Houston area, I would like to hear about them.
Penelope L. McFadin <>
Houston, Texas, USA - Tuesday, December 15, 1998 at 16:45:18 (EST)
hello, i ahve been part of a fighting group for 6 years. we only fight with each other. the weapons and armor are all steel.. am looking for other that use and practice with the same kind of weapons and armor
darrell mcdonald <>
santa maria, california, united states - Tuesday, December 15, 1998 at 14:24:23 (EST)
I would greatly enjoy knowledge of complete publication of the training manual. Also, do you have a time table as to when classes or a group that will be available in the NYC area. What are your armor reguirements and such.
J. Romandell Brown <>
New York City, NY, USA - Sunday, December 13, 1998 at 22:31:43 (EST)
Everthing sounds great. I hope it works out. I was wondering if you guys are going to expand out of Canada?
Mike Walters <>
Elmhurst, Illinois, USA - Saturday, December 12, 1998 at 14:38:15 (EST)
Nice site, I can't wait for the rst of the book to be published. A couple of quick questions -- do you intend to publish the manual online, available to all interested or are you going to get it published on paper and sell it?Also, why does the bottom frame keep refreshing? It doesn't change, you dont have to reload it..Again, this is great.. I can't wait for one of these kinds of schools to appear in Caliornia.
Dmitriy Ryaboy <>
Berkeley, CA, USA - Friday, December 11, 1998 at 04:11:22 (EST)
Looks great, can't wait for everything to be finished, and up and running. Keep doing whatever you're doing cause you're doing it well.Kurak
Kurak Quaesitor Lucis <>
Queensville, Ontario, Canada - Wednesday, December 09, 1998 at 17:55:30 (EST)
Looks like a potentially great site, once up and running full. I would be interested in your book for the library of the Dawn Duellists Society, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Milo Thurston <>
Oxford, England - Thursday, December 03, 1998 at 07:15:16 (EST)
Looks pretty interesting guys! Nice to see the efforts of groups like the HACA are spreading. When you are ready to discuss further, I'd like to learn more about how you intend to conduct training and sparring. Best of luck.
Greg Mele <>
Wheaton, IL, USA - Wednesday, December 02, 1998 at 14:20:52 (EST)
Jim Atack <>
Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada - Monday, November 30, 1998 at 20:25:09 (EST)
Great start to your web page! Hope all goes well for you. Keep up the good workWolf
Wolf <>
Keyser, WV, USA - Saturday, November 28, 1998 at 10:44:27 (EST)
good to see its working dad
you should know, - Friday, November 27, 1998 at 22:52:59 (EST)
Welcome, we can certainly use more of this aproach.It's also nice to see continuing HACA influences.Best wishes.
John Clements <>
Houston, Texas, USA - Tuesday, November 24, 1998 at 09:51:07 (EST)
Nice looking site... I'd suggest getting the rest of it up and running before you advertise it anymore... but other than that... great... Take a look at my site, The Armour Archive.
Broadway <>
H'ville, NC, USA - Monday, November 23, 1998 at 19:07:47 (EST)
Well, the book is finally up. Enjoy....
david <>
Toronto, ON, Canada - Saturday, November 21, 1998 at 18:48:57 (EST)
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