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Hi !!

This time i want to show my first XVII century saber.

Blade made of 50hf steel, handle made of stainless steel and ray skin.

Overal length  970mm, blade length 855mm.

Weight 780 g

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Edited by Maciej Leszczyński
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Wow! Beautiful! And aggressive! :) Pretty light as for such dimentions.

Really nice!

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Wow^2!  :lol:  Excellent job, particularly on the hilt.  Stainless was a good choice there.

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That is fantastic!  I love sabers so much, so thank you for posting that.  I love the double fullered blade.  

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Very nice!! Mind sharing your method for fullering the blade? You got them very even and consistent, I'd love to learn how you did them :D

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First i ground one fuller. Secound fuller must be convergent to first (you have to lose thickness on the edge between fullers) 

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Now it's time to bend our fullers and grind thickness.

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Now we see that our fullers don't have dimensions what we wanted. We lose to much width of the fullers, so it's time to make them wider. 

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Using stuff like this you make them wider. Later i used (secound picture) turning insert.

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So it's done ! Now grinding, grinding, ........

I've made bar with velcro and it's perfect :D

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That is very nice work.  Thank you for sharing the details.

I have a question about the type of sword if you don't mind.   What is the purpose of the shape of the spine in the curved  area?  

Edited by Brian Dougherty

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Curved double fullers - CRAZY! :P

Doing them before the bend is clever. The finish is impeccable, love it!

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