The Duellist's Companion: A training manual for 17th century Italian rapier
“Naturally, you must expect me to attack with Capoferro…”
Because Capoferro wrote one of the quirkiest and most thorough rapier books ever, published in 1610.
The Duellist's Companion is Guy Windor's complete interpretation and training guide for Capoferro's rapier system, first published by Chivalry Bookshelf in 2006. Guy reissued it in 2013 as a paperback.
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