All my bladed weapons

Discussion in 'Knives, Swords, and other bladed weapons' started by Schultz, Jul 5, 2013.

  1. Schultz

    Schultz New Member

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    Hey Guys, in this Thread i show you all my Blade´s :rolleyes:


    For the Start i show a Video with all what I have -->

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y6gbFgLgmng[/ame]

    and the Next Weeks I give you some more Informationen about the Blade´s and make some Test´s to show you how my Selfmade Blades Cut and Fly ;)
     

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  2. onnod

    onnod Im from Holland, isnt that weird?

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    nice collection!
     

  3. Will

    Will Thread Hijacker

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    Great collection Schultz! I thought the ax your grandfather gave you was a great present and you turned it into a deadly weapon, so its even better! I also like the smaller version of the 'Thing'. I was wondering if you were going to make another so they would be a fearsome matched set!
    Great job on all of these, and on the video
     
  4. Schultz

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    Thx :) Yes, they are Really nice "Drums" :D I have made it Yesterday and its not finished, only the Knife part :(
    Now I have to made the Fork and also to Polish the Blade but this Week I have not many time for Work :(
    I have Attached my older Videos from my "Thing",
    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-ft1HQO7Jw[/ame]
    my Saber and my Machete.
    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lHNObXGk9dk[/ame]
    I hope you like that.
     
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  5. Brazilviking

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    Lots of blades, man! Ideas....what about a Slingaxe? Never saw something like it....
     
  6. Slagskimmer Mike

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    Great arsenal. Zombie ducks stand no chance.
     
  7. FIAAO

    FIAAO Failureisalwaysanoption

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    Nice collection, and also nice throwing skills with the Thing! :)
     
  8. Schultz

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    Thx Guys :D
    Jörg have post a Slingaxe (The "TUMahawk" University Project) and I its also not easy to make.
    Unfortunately I have at the Moment no Idea´s how to attached the Fork :(
    But maybe a Survival "Sling folding Spade" ;)
     
  9. Will

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    The folding spade is a great idea!! Those were not only practical tools, but very dangerous weapons in close-quarter combat!
    Hmmm...Zombieduck SlingSpade :D
     
  10. Schultz

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    Yes, really evil and easy to make but for the first I finish my "Swiss" Pocket Sling Knife :D
     

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  11. Schultz

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    Today I want to Start with my Machete.
    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lckRkTPEpPE[/ame]
    I have made the Handle from Plywood and I took the "Hammershot Takedown" from Bill Hays as a Model.
    The Blade is a 5 € Machete from the Westfalia Catalog and it is made ​​from differentially hardened Spring-steel and very Sharp.
    I have cut off the Top a little, worked a Sawcut in, polished the Blade and engraved a Shark Head into the Top.
    At least I have wrap the Handle with Camo-tape.

    Length of the Machete: 600 mm
    Dimension of the Blade: 470 mm long, 40 mm wide and 2 mm thick.

    I hope you like it.
     

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  12. Will

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    Great stuff! Spring steel is an excellent material for that purpose! That does look extremely sharp too, the video shows that very well!
    I also thought the shark head etching was great, especially because I do a lot of shark fishing and I am sure your new blade gives their teeth some tough competition! :D
    Great work, my friend!
     
  13. Great work!

    Nice blade!

    Joe
     
  14. Schultz

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    Thx Guys :D What kind of Sharks you hunt Will?

    After Brazil Vikings great Idea with the Slingaxe i start to make my thoughts and out came a War Hammer :D
    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGE8j_9RVYM[/ame]
    I have make the Basic in 1 Hour from an a old self made Dumbbell (My Dad make it for me as Child) and i have attached a folding Spade. Inside the Spade is a Threaded rod. On this I can mount a Fork.
    So I try to cut up and smashed some apples and also smashed a can and It works very well.

    I hope you like this and Updates coming soon.
     

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  15. Great heavy metal!

    Great video!

    Zombies skulls where smashed with your hammer and spade!

    Joe
     
  16. onnod

    onnod Im from Holland, isnt that weird?

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    yeah +1!
     
  17. With what do you engrave your blades?
    Comes over and over again well!
    Simply especially!
    What do you have for whetstones?

    Joe
     
  18. Schultz

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    Thx :D
    I engraved it with the Dremel and a engraving pen, and grinding stones I hardly use.
    I have 3 different fine sharpening stones for Knives, etc. and I think one is also suitable for Water.
    But I give them only the last sharpness with this.
    I sharpen the rough hone with an roughing disc, foremen them with Polishing Flap Discs and then I polish it with a cloth and Wenol. (Wenol with surface protection, all metal polish)

    Ich gravier sie mit dem Dremel und einem Gravierstift und Schleifsteine nutze ich kaum.
    Ich habe 3 verschieden feine Wetzsteine für Messer usw. wobei einer glaube ich auch für Wasser geeignet ist.
    Aber damit geb ich ihnen nur die letzte Schärfe.
    Ich Schärfe sie grob mit Schruppscheiben, Poliere sie mit Fächerscheiben und anschliessend mit einem Tuch und Wenol. (Wenol mit Oberflächenschutz, pflegt alle Metalle)
     
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  19. Schultz

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    Now I show you the Warhammer on Work --> [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuovAjZwQBM[/ame]
     

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