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Lihan Hauk

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  1. https://www.google.de/search?q=Satsuma-age.&tbm=isch&tbs=rimg:CQ6T7KW4oTapIjh9aENHjUcfafD2qEPIjTLKS_1t8Pe4xtTxzXX9hzHK44OVcdNwaPFZ2KMTyBI7z1EUCWH4qOhbdBSoSCX1oQ0eNRx9pEake-LLD-_1StKhIJ8PaoQ8iNMsoRCviFu775cxoqEglL-3w97jG1PBGYAHmvVSttMyoSCXNdf2HMcrjgEake-LLD-_1StKhIJ5Vx03Bo8VnYRmhCqFTC3j68qEgkoxPIEjvPURREJn_1ihyqlUWCoSCQJYfio6Ft0FEake-LLD-_1St&tbo=u&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiazajjvZHYAhVpI8AKHUZzDtMQ9C8IHA&biw=1920&bih=900&dpr=1#imgrc=yzpJ2UjrU3mYcM:
  2. Jup it seems a little bit big. Cant wait to see it all done and shine.
  3. Hi Darci, Your Dad is right its only a design change but a good one I love your Knives and this Bowie special, go on with the good work.
  4. Hi here is a nice site i found with Saex http://www.myseum.de/index.php?option=com_adsmanager&page=show_category&catid=64&text_search=&order=0&expand=0&Itemid=60 the thing that i find weary interesting is this Saex http://www.myseum.de/index.php?option=com_adsmanager&page=show_ad&adid=2945&catid=179&Itemid=60&expand=0&prevpage=show_category&text_search=&prevuserid=77&prevcatid=64&prevorder=0&prevlimit=0&prevlimitstart=0 It says in the description that the Saex is as brittle as Glass with is a sine that it was hartend weary high.
  5. Hi first of all sorry for my lousy English. I do believe that there where Blademakers who knew about clay covering. For in the German version of the Sigurdsaga there is a part where Sigfried emerges him self in the blood of the Dragon (colour of Steel?)to harden him self. but a leave falls on his back where hi didn't harden and was vulnerable. So i think that the Smith of old times knew that through covering you can prevent the Steel from getting hard. love the Forum!
  6. Howdy are there any new pictures? I cant wait to see how You finish the Blade. Greats Hugh
  7. Niceeeee Knive!!!! Looks good and i Know that this Handel feels very good to the hand, i made a view my self. I like your stile!!
  8. Howdy, in German we call them Bauernwehr(Farmers Defense) , Hauswehr(Hausdefense), Langes Messer(Long Knife), there are more names for sure. In old Times only the Nobel had the right to have Swords, thou the Farmers and not so Nobel had large Knives and they Knew haw to use them see hear http://images.google.de/images?q=bauernweh...le&resnum=4
  9. The straw is not to ad C but to prevent the loss of Carbon. I think! Very nice Bobby!
  10. Great Knife Darci! You really are gifted, i love your design. And the joke is good lol
  11. Hi, sorry for my bad English, but i can tell that the name comes from the blue paper it is rapt in when sold, their is also a with paper steel but it is without W and Cr. Clint, i love the knife!
  12. Way to go Darci. I can see a knivefuture aaa i mean a nice future for you
  13. I like your work, and yout tutorial`s are Great!
  14. Jihaa! F. Accawi not that i realy like your Knives, now your an Firefly Fan too..yeeee A pitti that its goon, but i have the DVD's.
  15. Howdy sorry my english is not so good, but it can be that you now have a very clean high to midiumcarbon Steel and this kind of steel needs Brinn to harden proberlie. give it a dry, ad some Salt und a litel dischwash and maybe it works
  16. Hi, wehn i stardet out with welding, i only used sand, it workt britti good! The best is very fine wite sand, Quarzsand, that ist used by painters und taillayers. I love your Sax, go on with the good work!
  17. Hi all, I'm new here and must say that my English writing is relay bad, thou please excuse my bad spelling skills. I read a lot about European blades and so far havened seen any that are meant to be reassembled. But as always that doesn't mean that there wasn't any. The most are clued or pinned, jet some Rapier and Smalsworts have an extra nut or elevation where the tang is pinned over, this can be filed of britty easily and the handle removed..
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