Excellent idea. I would like to see a 1.8 metre long weapon with a 45cm grip to really make the blade manoevarable AND have a robust point so it is totally thrust safe.
Here in Victoria, Australia, most of your swords ARE approved for thrusting attacks.
EXCEPT for the two swords with the Flamberge wavy blades.
Eric’s suggestion is very good. You REALLY OUGHT to start designing the tips of all your swords to be really stab-safe. Looks like we are lucky here that we can use your swords fully, but sounds like you need to look more closely at getting it right for every country.
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we work on an update of our custom tools that should allow two handed custom swords.
PLEASE, PLEASE allow longer blade lengths. I would sell your kidneys to get a HIGHLANDER with a 120cm blade, thus ending up with an overall length of at least 150cm.
I am 191cm tall and can really use a LONG sword effectively, but I want the Highlander style, not that girly-man wavy blade! :)
We’ve started working on a complete halberd. Since we have never created such long items, we still need to improve our methods before we can offer a complete halberd. We are very confident that we will be able to offer such a product soon.
If you are going to do a complete halberd it MUST have an approved-for-thrusting spear point. I agree with the other comments that halberds are pointless (pun intentional) unless you can chop AND skewer.
I would also add that I have no problem with you also offering a BETTER Falcon Head (with thrusting point) and just letting us DIY for the shaft.