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I've decided to sell my broadsword. Originally I was making it for myself but I have my eye on a new rifle so I'm putting it up for sale. The sword is 1/4" thick of 5160 has is 30" in blade length ( Not including the tang) it is 2" at the widest and looks gorgeous. Sam Salvati, of Baltimore Knife & sword and the youtube series "Man at arms" ground the bevels with a 12" contact wheel. It is at a 320 grit. I'm asking $215 shipped for the sword blank but I am open to offers so let me know. thanks

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So is this forged or "just" ("just", :P ) a grinder project? Heat treated? It's not that I am in dire need of a project......



Edited by Geoff Keyes

"The worst day smithing is better than the best day working for someone else."


I said that.


If a thing is worth doing, it is worth doing badly.

- - -G. K. Chesterton


So, just for the record: the fact that it does work still should not be taken as definitive proof that you are not crazy.


Grant Sarver

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Hey Geoff!


Haha its "Just" a grinder project B), never been in the forge. No heat treatment just yet, I'm hoping someone wants it and they can heat treat it, my shop is well suited for knives, it just doesn't have the capabilities for a project this long so I'd have to get it professionally heat treated :P. Let me know if you want it, I'll actually be in Duvall this Saturday

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