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  • Originally posted by Mister Donut View Post
    Well, it did say "Heirloom" quality, and it does come with a certificate. How can I go wrong?
    I'll bet if you put it away, and sell it in the future, your retirement will by oh so nice!

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    • I find it bizarre that people would even consider buying these things. If you're going for display purposes then surely an antique would suffice (as well as bring extra kudos from onlookers).

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      • Why bother buying an antique when Dave from the pub is selling his three-piece sword set for 25?

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        • As it happens a Dave from the pub tried to give me his set (only 2 piece)
          I took the stand and left the swords

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          • Originally posted by hamish View Post
            I think the thread pretty much speaks for itself....Only use proper practice blades!!!!!!!!

            Even 'proper practice blades' break and can be potentially very dangerous.

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