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Re: SBG design :: Danish Two hander.....

Postby Saito » Tue Jul 26, 2011 4:33 pm

at such a light weight and long blade, hopefully it isnt "floppy" if not id love one!
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Re: SBG design :: Danish Two hander.....

Postby Dave Kelly » Tue Jul 26, 2011 5:10 pm

at such a light weight and long blade, hopefully it isnt "floppy" if not id love one!


Doncha just hate a sloppy Danish. :x Ya get cheese and jelly all over da rug... ( ta tum tum phishhhh )

Darkswords don't make floppy anythings. Cwappee scabbards maybe. But honkin big swords.
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Re: SBG design :: Danish Two hander.....

Postby Enkidu » Tue Jul 26, 2011 6:42 pm

I swear to you, its not floppy, woobling, noodle like or anything like that.
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Re: SBG design :: Danish Two hander.....

Postby SteelPhoenix » Tue Jul 26, 2011 7:00 pm

Dave Kelly wrote:
at such a light weight and long blade, hopefully it isnt "floppy" if not id love one!


Doncha just hate a sloppy Danish. :x Ya get cheese and jelly all over da rug... ( ta tum tum phishhhh )

Darkswords don't make floppy anythings. Cwappee scabbards maybe. But honkin big swords.

Wouldn't even say that with the scabbards, at least not anymore or if the reseller stocks the updated scabbards.
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Re: SBG design :: Danish Two hander.....

Postby JohnE » Tue Jul 26, 2011 9:02 pm

SteelPhoenix wrote:Wouldn't even say that with the scabbards, at least not anymore or if the reseller stocks the updated scabbards.

I agree. The only DSA sword I have so far, I'm very happy with the scabbard.

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Re: SBG design :: Danish Two hander.....

Postby Todash » Tue Jul 26, 2011 9:32 pm

How long does shipping usually take? I am in California.
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Re: SBG design :: Danish Two hander.....

Postby Myrddyn » Wed Jul 27, 2011 6:05 pm

DSA has been able to ship my swords in the past in a week / week & a half ( maybe 2 weeks tops ), i live in the SF bay area, shipping time has always been great with them coming for Canada !

& I can never see a floppy sword ever come from DSA,...floppy & DSA just don't go together..LoL
I like they've come down in weight a bit, but they are still one hell of solid piece of steel !!
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Re: SBG design :: Danish Two hander.....

Postby chuckinohio » Wed Jul 27, 2011 6:18 pm

Much like Myrddyn, I will never believe that the words "DSA" and "FLOPPY" belong in the same sentence.

DSA is known for the exact opposite, very stout blades that will take a barrel full of abuse and show very little, to no wear.
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Re: SBG design :: Danish Two hander.....

Postby Todash » Wed Jul 27, 2011 6:50 pm

Myrddyn wrote:DSA has been able to ship my swords in the past in a week / week & a half ( maybe 2 weeks tops ), i live in the SF bay area, shipping time has always been great with them coming for Canada !

Thanks. Good to know since I JUST BOUGHT ONE TODAY! :D
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Re: SBG design :: Danish Two hander.....

Postby Enkidu » Wed Jul 27, 2011 8:23 pm

No info on yours John, sorry. Lots of stuff in Eyal's garage :)
Todash, which one did you bought ?

Sorry all for the delayed review but since monday i got some terrible back pains ( hernia ) and i cant stay at the computer more than a couple of minutes before it starts to hurt. At least I managed to take some pictures.

The scabbard is way over anything offered at that price point. Its not a VA signature, but still does the job and more.
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