yet another freakin seax topic in History Posted March 9, 2018 · Edited March 9, 2018 by GEzell I'm pretty sure that's Edvin's work, he makes a very nice version of the Baltic war knife. 11 hours ago, Philip Patton said: Thanks guys! I have a friend that wants me to make him a 20sh" seax and I am working to figure things out to make him an awesome one to his liking. For this style of this sheath are they only Vendel age or do we have some that are Viking? They tend to be thick and narrow, with a nice wedge cross-section, in some ways they remind me of bayonets... The point is usually in line with the spine, but also occasionally drop-point style or centered.