Actually it looks nicely in adult hands. Sure, the sword isn't 126cm long, but it still looks actually great.But those will be more geared towards children sizes. Nothing that wouldn't look a bit awkward in an adults hands.
Sorry if I barge in, I don't mean to intrude. A sword for stunts - duelling is quite impossible. The lightsaber has the shape you can manipulate to make it durable to the stress of duelling. The energy sword hasn't got the shape and will break under the stress - the blades don't come out straight like on lightsabers - they go out at the angle and this is where it will break.What you are looking for would be like a "stage sword", meaning It looks just like the real thing but the entire build is thicker (To withstand blows and not mark up much) but, it makes the sword slightly heavier than normal. Though, your odds of finding one already built are slim to none, I recommend building one or talking to people who make acrylic props and see if you can work something out. If made right, I'm sure it could have some glowing effect added on to it. Hope this helped out some.
You can't be serious. xDman at arms makes them only they'll cut through just about anything.
The blade itself can be made out a durable material like Lexan. The hilt is made from a resin cast. They are attached together with glue, screws, etc...
The failure point is rarely the blade or hilt; but the blade hilt junction. The torque from a simple swing is enough to tear it apart, let alone a strike.
The 3 dimensional vacuuformed blades are more durable. I know from experience that they can handle some light sword play. Just nothing as durable as a "stunt" lightsaber.
no but they did have them for training.You can't be serious. xD
They make them out of steel, so it isn't a real Energy Blade. XD
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As for non-duelling energy swords, you can do them and many people can do them. You can use plexi to make them.
But none of these will be a dueling sword that you'll able to play and duel with.