California Dueling Laws

California Dueling Laws Repealed

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States Repeal Dueling Laws Oregon voters may decide in their next general election whether or not to repeal a constitutional ban on duels between politicians. These repeals are called “clean up” bills, connoting their intent to reduce the number of out-dated laws. Michigan’s legislature did something similar in 2015 with House Bill  4248, which repealed […]

Women French foil fencing match

Medals Won at the Redwood Coast Assault of Arms

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Medals Won at the Redwood Coast Assault of Arms Our fencers traveled to Arcata, California for the 9th annual Redwood Coast assault of Arms on April 1st. Kara Kutina, Eric Haas, Edward Sandoval, and Henry Dinh fenced against four other competing schools: Humboldt State University, Diamond Rose Academie d’Armes, Destreza Pacifica, and Red Sun Classical […]

Grand Assault of Arms Epee Medal

Medals Won at the Grand Assault of Arms

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Instructor Bowles and senior student Kara Kutina traveled to and competed in the Grand Assault of Arms in New York on November 5th. The Association for Historical Fencing tournament was well attended by fencers of the Martinez Academy of Arms, Palm Beach Classical Fencing, and SUNY Purchase Fencing Club. The foil division was the day’s […]

Two lines of fencers practicing French foil at Foil Academy 2016

Foil Academy, 2016

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Golden Gate School of Arms’ Foil Academy was a great success! The two day French foil seminar saw participants from many visiting classical fencing schools including Humboldt State University Fencing Club, Destreza Pacifica, and La Spada Nimica. We were also visited by Provost Antone Blair who directed the raised platform tournament at the conclusion of […]