Foil Blade identification stamp

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    I have found the Vniti epees and foils to be very flexible and long lasting if they are broken in properly, which might make them good for club weapons, but many experienced fencers seem to find them too spongy.
    Are they still being manufactured?
     
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    I need to correct my statement earlier. Vniti was in the middle of bankruptcy proceedings and the last update on this was July 2016. No idea to the extent of this or if they will continue to make blades.
    http://www.vniti.ru/News.html
     

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