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  1. Scottish Sword and Buckler

    Scottish Sword and Buckler

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQL8w...ature=youtu.be
    http://youtu.be/HhxW5o-pS0E
    http://cateransociety.wordpress.com/...d-and-buckler/

    Scottish sword and buckler was not a system in its own right, but a variation on the art of the broadsword. Once a swordsman understood the art of the single broadsword sufficiently, his broadsword master would give him a few tips about what to do with a buckler. Our method is based on the advice of Donald McBane (1728) and Archibald MacGregor (1791).
    "Am fear a thug buaidh air fhein, thug e buaidh air namhaid."

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    Thanks, Chris!!
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    Most interesting. I liked the leg shots with the buckler held high in the first video, and the 'vs 133' in the second. Thank you for posting.

  4. Thanks!
    "Am fear a thug buaidh air fhein, thug e buaidh air namhaid."

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