Why shouldn't the standard be "classify based on length and see if the marshals feel it will hurt people"?
:lol:Vry_Young_Pup said:I used them for a sparring session on Saturday night this past weekend, and used them to my full fighting speed and swung them how hard I normally swing. The swords were fine and held up, and the sparring partner is still alive. They didn't get skewered by the tip. They didn't get a cracked skull from the lack of a waylay tip. They didn't explode.
They are so soft and weigh absolutely nothing that it is almost impossible to hurt someone with them, unless lighting strikes you and the person you're fighting mid combat. That's the only way I see anyone getting hurt with them.
I just covered it with more layers of plasti-dip. There's only two layers of the spray underneath the acrylic paint, the rest is above it.Deadlands said:Cover that acrylic with flexible varnish or (I'm told) it will bleed and stain.
I think Zack is bringing some to the next NH event. We can coat it then.