No Dead Pigs Were Harmed In The Making Of These Videos


If I ever get into a medieval style battle with a dead pig, five pieces of cardboard wearing chain mail, a water-filled steel barrel, a raw chicken, four inches of rope, a stalk of bamboo, balsa wood bunnies, or any unarmed inanimate object, I totally hope I am armed with a Cold Steel Two-Handed Great Sword, or War Hammer, or any of their bladed weaponry.

The weapons of choice for the (not yet on our collective radar) Renaissance Faire Slasher, and ideal for reenactments of up-close-and-personal battles of days gone by or a TLC show, these swords scream, “I brought a knife to a gunfight,” in today’s less intimate, I-don’t-want-blood-on-my-ivy-league-suit, impersonal world. 

But, why would I keep talking when I can show you these fine products in the hands of a True Warrior:

“There’s like 7 or 8 cardboard boxes backing this thing up, and I crushed probably 4 or 5 of them into nothingness.”


Inquisitive Boy: Mr. Owl, how many whacks with the Indian War Club does it take to smash a single pallet?
Owl: 25.

I apologize to others like myself afflicted with the ADD for the length of this next video, but it held my attention most of the time.

(Hilarious comment from YouTube page I had to share: Sire, the balloon army approacheth!”)

For more sword porn goodness, check out CSKnives on YouTube.


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3 Responses to “No Dead Pigs Were Harmed In The Making Of These Videos”

  1. I can totally see Gallagher’s comeback tour being sponsored by the Indian War Hammer. They need marketing to roll the 20-sided dice and go for it.

  2. I want one of those ball things with spike on it that you swing from a chain.

  3. Keep up the good work, bookmarked and referred a few mates.