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Cold Steel Gladius Trainer - Cuchillo (787.4 mm, 377.049 g, Polipropileno, Negro, Negro)

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  • Descripción del producto: Cold Steel Gladius Trainer
  • Longitud del producto: 787.4 mm
  • Peso: 377.049 g
  • Material del mango: Polypropylene
  • Mango de color: negro
  • Color de la hoja: Negro

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Cantidad por paquete: 1
Color de la hoja: Negro
Color del mando: Negro
Longitud: 787.4 mm
Material de agarradera: Polipropileno
Peso: 377.049 g
Tipo de cuchillo: especial
Tipo de hoja: 558.8 mm


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Amazon.com: 4.7 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 223 opiniones
89 de 93 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas They Got One Right 8 de mayo de 2011
Por Somyunguy - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I've gotten a lot of use out of the Cold Steel longsword and arming sword synthetic trainers, which have a few insane defects that this model does not share. It's a big improvement.

1. As with all of their synthetic trainers, it can take a huge amount of abuse, which is a really big plus in the first place.
2. This gladius trainer handles very well. Not quite like a sword, of course, but you can't have everything. This is a big improvement over the medieval trainers, which handle like 2x4s.
3. It has wide, flat edges and a rounded point. This is another big improvement over their medieval trainers, which have edges and points (Why on earth would they do that on a trainer?).
4. It can be used to spank children, or to paddle a canoe.

I highly recommend this one, if you have some inclination to train with classical short swords. It's length and dimensions can suit many a sword from the bronze age up through the specified Imperial Roman style.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A must have - don't try training with the real sword 28 de septiembre de 2015
Por Bob J. - Publicado en Amazon.com
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A bit longer than the steel version and rather poorly balanced, but the real one feels like a toy after slinging this unwieldy beast around...which may actually be the point. Like others have warned and I can attest to, use extreme caution with the steel gladius sword. The edge and point are unbelievably sharp and can cause serious damage with the slightest contact. I treat the real sword like a loaded gun now - I don't unsheathe it around anything I do not intend to stab. I use the training sword.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Excellent trainer 6 de enero de 2015
Por Isaac Gordon - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Want to know what it feels like to swing a gladius? This is what you want. It's correctly weighted and balanced for quality training. EXTREMELY high quality construction will leave you with no fear of breaking or damaging this trainer even when putting it through its paces at high speed. I would expect nothing less from Cold Steel. All genuine cold steel products are virtually indestructible. Unfortunately, Cold Steel does not currently manufacture a real gladius.

Notes to anyone who is actually looking at this item: a gladius is worn on the strong side, and is not cross-drawn. This is because you need to be able to draw it in tight formation without cutting your buddy. With a strong-side draw, the point will travel across the front of your own body. Also, there's not a whole lot of information out there on proper gladius technique. Be aware that the methods used in actual combat were completely different than the methods used in the arena. In actual combat, it was all about tight infantry formations, staying behind a wall of shields, advancing with small steps, and giving the enemy a small poke with only the last 4 inches of the blade whenever he got close. Use in the arena was much more similar to "modern" swordplay (i.e. think about defensive and offensive quadrants of the body... way too much to explain here... get some professional training if you actually want to learn)
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Awesome toy, Mediocore trainer 10 de marzo de 2015
Por Nate - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This sword trainer is well mad and very solid. No complaints on quality of build or materials. However the trainers are a few inches longer than a traditional gladius, and the balance is wrong for stabbing weapon (which a gladius is). This trainer is weighted like a standard short sword and is to heavy towards the tip making stabbing motion awkward (a serious problem for a gladius trainer).

It's a fun toy to fool around with but the Cold Steel Celtic Short Sword trainer is a better balanced option, (unless you really want to play Roman Legionary).

TL:DR A few inches to long and poorly balanced, but a fun toy for the price. Buy the Celtic Short Sword trainer instead unless you really want to dress up like a Roman.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Fantastic. not a single flaw. 30 de mayo de 2015
Por kingkokko - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I am so impressed with this item. Very well made. Good balance. Perfect size, feels good in your hand. One youtube guy made fun of other reviewers who complained that the gladius trainer is too heavy. He said "it's not heavy, you're just weak". I could not have said it better myself. If you think the gladius trainer is heavy try playing with a real gladius sword, they weigh two to three times as much.

It Is strong and indestructable. If you have any of the cheaper "Bladesusa" polypropylene trainers I would not advise using them against the gladius or any other cold steel trainer. The cold steel's will break them like toothpicks. I own some bladeusa's myself and I only use them for solo training.

Lastly just be careful with the Glady' you could knock yourself or your partner out cold with this as it is very solid and strong.