Sword Camp in Jackson 04-19-14
Photos by John Ehlke
Scott Neil of Menomonee Falls, center, defends a strike from assistant instructor Katy Kramlich of Green Lake during the sword camp hosted by the Wisconsin Historical Fencing Association outside the Target Range on Saturday afternoon in Jackson. The class focused on longsword techniques from the 1350-1650 style of fighting. <br/><br/> Nathan Fingeroos, 14, of Cedraburg is tapped on the head by assistant instructor Katy Kramlich during a free play session apart of the sword camp hosted by the Wisconsin Historical Fencing Association outside the Target Range on Saturday afternoon in Jackson. The class focused on longsword techniques from the 1350-1650 style of fighting. The steel Albion sword made in New Glarus, Wi owned by Jeremiah Backhaus set up against a fence during the sword camp hosted by the Wisconsin Historical Fencing Association outside the Target Range on Saturday afternoon in Jackson. The class focused on longsword techniques from the 1350-1650 style of fighting. Jeremiah Backhaus of West Bend has his head tapped during a free play session apart of the sword camp hosted by the Wisconsin Historical Fencing Association outside the Target Range on Saturday afternoon in Jackson. The class focused on longsword techniques from the 1350-1650 style of fighting. <br/><br/> Jeremiah Backhaus of West Bend looks through his sallet helmet as he helps instructs students during a free play session apart of the sword camp hosted by the Wisconsin Historical Fencing Association outside the Target Range on Saturday afternoon in Jackson. The class focused on longsword techniques from the 1350-1650 style of fighting.
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