Entrepreneur, impresario, and competitive fencer, Paul Shull's passion for history started at the tender age of eight. Growing up listening to his great-grandfather's stories of fighting in both World Wars, Shull quickly developed a fascination for history, militaria, and artifacts. By his teens, he started collecting World War II medals and exploring the riveting stories behind them. Today, Shull has a wide collection of precious swords, dating as far back as the 1700s, but it's still the tales behind these weapons that continue to fascinate him more than anything.
Before Shull became the host of 'The Weapon Hunter,' he circled the globe, working at some of the world's largest music festivals as a promoter with acts like The Used, Gold Finger, and the Bloodhound Gang. When he's not on television, Shull restores some of Canada's oldest homes and chairs the Canadian Fencing Federation's Historical Committee. Beyond music, fencing, and historic homes, Paul also has a passion for military technology. As a historical weapons enthusiast, he tempers his love of firepower with compassion and deep respect for those who've lost their lives in battle.