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  1. Impressive, what a good display of skills, I loved it!!!!! thanks for sharing
  2. Beatiful work!!!! thanks for sharing!!! best regars,
  3. But what beautiful things!!!, thanks for sharing Emiliano!!!! how I want to be there!!! a hug
  4. Beautiful and didactic work, thanks for sharing!
  5. I love your work, thanks for sharing, incredibly detailed, I can't wait to see such a beautiful sword finished!
  6. Muy hermosa Emiliano! gracias por mostrar! un gran abrazo
  7. beautiful work, can't wait to see the finished sword !!!
  8. Thank you very much for so much valuable information !!!!!
  9. Hi Brian, how are you? From my humble experience and listening to the most experienced, I think that 6 mm is fine for the thickness of the blade in the fort, although I like it better with 5 mm, and then once You have the shape of the blade ready, you have to handle the distal taper taking into account more the distribution of masses, leaving the strong third almost untouched and quickly lowering towards the tip. Another important issue is the remaining thickness of material between the two fullers, which in your graph looks quite thick, you should lower it until it is at least 1 mm or less. T
  10. Beautiful project Rob, congratulations.! "!! What a good quality of forge, immaculate bevels. I think you can calmly do the heat treatment in your forge by taking the blade back and forth in the Japanese way Merry Christmas
  11. Hello fellow forum members! How are you, I want to share this Viking sword as a Christmas gift, or rather yule !! We present the Warg, inspired by a sword from the late Viking age, discovered during the summer of 2011 in the town Norwegian from Langeid. Like the original sword, the Warg has a Petersen Æ type guard in the style of those found in Ål and Buskerud, Norway or Suontaka in Finland. One of the most interesting features is the extremely short and historically correct grip. The hilt only supports three fingers, so the little finger partially rides on the pommel and the forefinger and th
  12. incredible work and very well documented! Thank you very much for sharing!
  13. Hello Joshua! thanks for your words, but I know your work !! and they are very beautiful !!
  14. Hello Rob!, It is the most common way, there I leave you a link of my armory where it is seen step by step. http://myarmoury.com/talk/viewtopic.6361.html, thanks for looking, regards
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