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Mace & knife....... in one


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Hi Ibor,

I assume this is made from 'scrap' metal like your other recent posts?

If not, can you let us know what it is from. It look cool. Good job. 

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So I found a piece of junk on it unless some part of the car ... but I'm not sure.
In the beginning was much crumble.
I stretched it

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fun idea.

The Chinese make fighting knives with big brass pommels shaped about like that mace. Wooden handles with a tang through them and a mace-head-like pommel on the end.

I like it!

I have to make one of the Chinese knives. I will show you then.


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Nice, but . . . I'm missing something.  If it were used as a mace then you'd grab the blade as a handle and . . . just grit your teeth and bleed? 

I don't get it.




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weird and inspiring. I take it as a symbolical piece of art more than a weapon. Actually I have a good experience in handling similar piece with heavy pommel and big disbalance. It's not as bad as one will imagine. Especially when it comes to wrist-motion chopping bones! Just grab it for the pommel and go ahead, you need no machete...

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