Saber
The saber is together with the sword and the foil, one of three weapon of fencing. It has a protector in the shape of bowl, which bows under the hand, and a sheet of only one knife-edge thought to cut, usually used in knighthood and infantry in the XIXth century and even XX. This curved character of the sheet and his only knife-edge, differs tra...
The saber is together with the sword and the foil, one of three weapon of fencing. It has a protector in the shape of bowl, which bows under the hand, and a sheet of only one knife-edge thought to cut, usually used in knighthood and infantry in the XIXth century and even XX. This curved character of the sheet and his only knife-edge, differs traditionally to the saber of the sword.The curvature of the saber tries to achieve, theoretically, that a man on horseback, on having unloaded the arm with this weapon, draws a wide circle on the infante achieving that in the court point the saber is always tangential. For this reason it is not threaded, but it cuts, with what the wound increases without fixing the weapon. Due to it the sabers thought for knighthood have a big curvature, they are almost circular; thought for infantry they possess a minor curvature, since importance must be granted to the defensive function, keep the enemy removed, estocar and stop his blows.
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