Fencing Foil

Measured illustration of a Fencing Foil dimensioned with overall length, width and depth

Fencing Foil is part of the 3 weapons used during the sport of Fencing. The Fencing Foil is made out of metal and has a rectangular blade. The blade is created to bend so it does not break or harm an opponent. The basic parts of the Fencing Foil are the pommel, grip, guard, and blade. There are 2 types of Fencing Foils: electric and non-electric. Non-electric foils are typically used during practice only. When using a Fencing Foil, the targets are the torso and the back of the opponent’s waist. The hands, feet, head, and neck are off-target. A point is scored by using the tip of the Fencing Foil.

Fencing Foils have a length of 43.31” (110 cm) and handguard diameter of 4.73” (12 cm). The mass of a Fencing Foil is 17.63 oz (500 g).


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4.73” | 12 cm (Handguard)
43.31” | 110 cm
17.63 oz | 500 g (Max)

Blade Length: 35.4” | 90 cm

Handle Length: 7.87” | 20 cm

Handguard Diameter: 4.73” | 12 cm
Materials: Maraging Steel



Drawings include:
Fencing Foil Elevations (various)

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Fencing is the combat sport where fencers fight with the traditional skillsets of swordsmanship. The goal of fencing is to accumulate points by touching your opponent with your sword. There are three types of fencing weapons and each type of sword has a rule set and special technique to use.