Two New Gus Trim Designed blades from Kingston Arms

Kingston Arms takes it’s collaboration with sword industry legend Angus Trim to a new level with not one but two new swords made to Gus’s exacting specifications and bearing his esteemed name.

The first is a truly awesome looking triple fullered Cutlass (sharp) that while not based on any historical piece, is what you might call ‘historically plausible’ and most certainly, a great addition to any collectors personal arsenal.

Not only that, but it also comes complete with a BEAUTIFUL embossed and stitched leather scabbard that is, to the best of my knowledge, unlike any other scabbard out there on a sword at this price point.

MSRP is $489 but we sell them as close to wholesale as possible:

The second sword is a re-creation of a Gus Trim classic, the I-Beam Longsword trainer.

Not only does it look the part, but it solves the two major issues facing training swords generally – if the blade is too thin, its dangerous and the edges get chewed up too quickly. But if it is too thick, the blade is too heavy to use realistically.

So by using an extra wide fuller, Gus solved BOTH problems – and brought to market for the first time an affordable and readily available version of his innovative design.

MSRP on this one is $459:

Can’t wait to see what they come up with next! But for the time being, I am more than happy with these two new ones..

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