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Remember that day when you brought your science project to school? You remember. That day you walked in the classroom, all excited about your baking soda volcano? Then you saw your classmate's fully operational jet pack that runs on water and corn syrup. You remember that feeling? yeah, that's pretty much the feeling your opponents will get when you show up with the Stormsinger Spear. They'll look at their pathetic little duct tape spear and erupt into tears like a big, salt water volcano.
Yes, the Stormsinger is that cool. At nearly six feet long and sporting curves more dangerous than Megan Fox's, it's worlds ahead of regular spears. Most likely made by those crafty elves, or some other fancy race that makes cooler things than everyone else. Buy it. enjoy it. Before your opponent's do and you have to re-live your old science class nightmares.
Maintenance: We recommend that all latex spears be treated occasionally with a silicone lubricant, like the one available below. The silicone will keep the coating flexible and make the spears last much longer. It also allows for more realistic sliding of spear against spear.
This item is part of our Epic Armoury line (see below for more info on Epic Armoury).
About Epic Armoury
This item is a part of our Epic Armoury collection. Epic Armoury LARP swords are rugged, comfortable and beautiful. They are made with some of the toughest foam on the market and coated with a dynamic layer of durable latex. The foam used is a closed-cell type of material that don't shred with heavy use like some other foam swords.
Each spear is cored with a strong and flexible fiberglass rod that allows for excellent transfer of power during swings. The core is swaddled in layers of soft foam to make every blow a safe one.
The tips on each of these beautiful spears is reinforced with a proprietary Kevlar cap that keep thrusts safe and ensures that the sword's tip will not break.
These swords provide a fantastic experience for any level of LARPist of sparrer, and the price is reasonable for any budget.
Material: Closed-cell foam with dense latex coating. Flexible Fiberglass Performance Core.
Overall Length: 70.5 inches (nearly 6 feet!)
Blade Length: 24 Inches
Handle Length: 40 Inches
Maintenance: We recommend that all latex spears be treated occasionally with a silicone lubricant, like the one available below. The lubricant keeps the latex from drying out over time. It also allows for more realistic sliding of spear against spear. The silicone will keep the coating flexible and make the spears last much longer. The maintenance silicone protects the coating from drying out, and helps the spear resist wear and tear.
Spray the silicone directly on your latex weapon and work it in on the entire surface. Avoid leather handles, and other non-latex or varnish elements.
You can never use too much silicone.
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The flintlock pistol was the greatest advance in pirating since the wooden leg. The concept was fairly simple: gunpowder was stuffed into the barrel. A lead ball, usually wrapped in some sort of fabric, was stuffed in. A hammer was then pulled back half-way and left that way until the gun was ready to fire. The pistol technically was not meant to fire in this position, although sometimes they were known to go off half-cocked (and yes, that is the origin of that expression). When the gun was ready to be fired, the hammer was pulled back all the way and the trigger was squeezed. If you're feeling flinty, go check out the Strongblade selection of flintlock pistols, blunderbuss pistols and flintlock rifles.