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EricAndersson

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  1. Ah thank you my experience is mostly with making knifes and I had problems with finding anything about how it should be on single edge sword of this period. Thank you yeah I have already seen that one. And have already started on the blade. Here is the blade as it is now it took a real banana bend when hardening but I was able to get most of it out when tempering so now I just trying to straighten the rest of it out with grinding. btw I made it pattern welded so I just had to test etch it.
  2. Hi guys I’m currently working on a long sax/single edge viking sword. And the blade is going to have a full flat grind. And I’m wondering what the tang should look like? Should it follow the flat grind or should it be more rectangular. Because if it follows the flat grind it’s going to be a bit thicker than if it was rectangular. Most of the historical examples I have found that show the thickness of the tang shows it being rectangular but I have read from other smiths that they often followed the flat grind. Like this one the tang isn’t totally rectangular and gets a bit thinner towards
  3. Hi guys I'm currently trying to make my first sword/long sax a 530mm long (not including the tang) pattern welded viking age single edged sword/long sax. And I need some help to decide what to do with the fullering. First I was going to have a spine of wrought iron but forgot to add it. So because I forgot to add it the fuller is going to have both the pattern welding and the wrought from the middle of the blade. So what I`m wondering is if that would look odd? And having never done a fuller is it easier to grind it out now or after grinding the profile. Or should I even add a fuller and inste
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