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  1. William Wallace Braveheart SwordThis Friday July 4, 2014 we celebrate the 238th anniversary of The Declaration of Independence. Although it took several more years to win the Revolutionary War and have our independence recognized by the English government we celebrate the day the document was signed and passed by the Continental Congress.

    Our union was originally formed under the Articles of Confederation which formed a weak federal governement and gave most rights to the states. However this lead to many disputes between the statesm that simply could not be solved by the federal governement given it limited powers.

    It wasn't until 1787 that the Constitutional Convention met and a new governing document was written, debated and finally passed creating a much stronger federal government that could negotiate disputes between the states. Many of our representatives felt this document gave too much power to the federal governement and could lead to a similar form of government they had fled in Europe. To this end 10 amendments were added to the Consititution which later became known as "The Bill of Rights" protecting the people and the states from a federal government with too much power.

    While many today consider the 2nd Amendment (The right to keep and bear arms in a well formed militia) as applying to firearms it applies to any and all weapons of defense including battle axes, swords and knives.

    To honor the anniversary of our Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States and The Bill of Rights Excalibur Brothers is having an Independence Day Sale and you can save 15% on all items ordered.from now through Midnight July 4, 2014 Eastern Daylight Time.

    Celebrate your right to keep and bear arms and save some $$ too. 
  2. Kenau Reeves stars in the first Hollywood adaptation of the Japanese folk story 47 Ronin.

    Reeves play Kai a "half-breed" from an English sailor and Japanese mother. He had been rejected and exiled by his own people.

    After the murder of a samurai master by a wicked and mystical Shogun, a group now leaderless samurai knows as the 47 Ronin enlist the aid of Kai the man they once rejected.

    Fast moving action scenes, mystical adversaries and lots of special effects mark this version of the Japanese classic story released on Christmas Day 2013.

    Master Cutlery has obtained the official license to reproduce the swords in the Universal Studios release. Now you can own each of these 47 Ronin Movie Sword Replicas.

    But you have to hurry as each sword is limited in production to just 2000 pieces worldwide. You will get a serialized certificate of authenticity with the blade to show you own an originial officially licensed version.

    Here's the official Movie Trailer on YouTube

  3. Hello Everyone,

    Here's a little treat for you. A chance to see Orcrist in video.

    Hope you like the review.