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In just one week, Yuya Nakanishi can produce a weapon any samurai would be proud to carry. The master swordsmith handcrafts Japanese swords of the finest quality—they don’t break or bend, and they gleam with perfection. We visit Nakanishi in Kyoto to see how he shapes chunks of watetsu (Japanese iron) into strong, beautiful blades. This Great Big Story was made possible by ANA: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 #swordsmith #handcraft #kyoto This story is a part of our Human Condition series. Come along and let us connect you to some of the most peculiar, stirring, extraordinary, and distinctive people in the world. Got a story idea for us? Shoot us an email at hey [at] GreatBigStory [dot] com Follow us behind the scenes on Instagram: 🤍 Make our acquaintance on Facebook: 🤍 Give us a shout on Twitter: 🤍 Come hang with us on Vimeo: 🤍 Visit our world directly: 🤍
Stay up to date on all of HISTORY's latest premieres at 🤍 The final two bladesmiths put their Musketeer Rapiers to the test to see who will win the duel and take home $10,000 in this clip from Season 7, "The Musketeer Rapier". #ForgedInFire Subscribe for more from Forged in Fire and other great HISTORY shows: 🤍 Find out more about the show and watch full episodes on our site: 🤍 Check out exclusive HISTORY content: History Newsletter: 🤍 Website - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 HISTORY® is the leading destination for award-winning original series and specials that connect viewers with history in an informative, immersive, and entertaining manner across all platforms. The network’s all-original programming slate features a roster of hit series, premium documentaries, and scripted event programming.
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As one of Japan's last remaining swordsmiths, Korehira Watanabe has honed his craft for 40 years while attempting to recreate the mythical Koto sword. Korehira Watanabe is one of the last remaining Japanese swordsmiths. He has spent 40 years honing his craft in an attempt to recreate Koto, a type of sword that dates back to the Heian and Kamakura periods (794-1333 AD). No documents remain to provide context for Watanabe's quest, but he believes he has come close to creating a replica of this mythical samurai sword. - The hallmark series of Etsy.tv, the Handmade Portraits ask What makes the creative mind tick? With these pieces, we uncover the story behind the maker and introduce viewers to creative people both within and beyond Etsy's community. by Etsy.tv
Japanese sword-making is a tradition that goes back centuries, and one that’s carried on to this day. Each sword takes dedication, skill and can take over 18 months to create. The resulting blades can be worth thousands of dollars. So what makes them so expensive? Becoming a swordsmith in Japan takes a 5-year apprenticeship, and there are only around 180 working smiths today. Master Akihira has been making these swords for 21 years at his studio just outside of Tokyo, Japan. Japanese swords have always been more than just weapons, they were artworks, status symbols, and throughout history had a huge spiritual importance. Each sword is a unique artwork and one that is made to be admired as you would a painting. As sheets of steel are folded into each other again and again wood grain-like patterns form, and these patterns coupled with the skill of the swordmaster create a completely unique blade. Knowing what to look for in each sword is important, characteristics like the angle of the blade and the way the metal is folded could give away the era in which it was made, and even who made it. Every small detail is treated as equally important. Looking at the months of work that go into creating each blade, it's easy to see why these swords command such a high price. And as there are less and less sword masters across Japan, these works of art are only going to become more valuable. MORE SO EXPENSIVE: Why Oysters Are So Expensive 🤍 Why Champagne Is So Expensive 🤍 Why Pink Himalayan Salt Is So Expensive 🤍 #JapaneseSwords #Samurai #BusinessInsider Business Insider tells you all you need to know about business, finance, tech, retail, and more. Visit us at: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 BI on Facebook: 🤍 BI on Instagram: 🤍 BI on Twitter: 🤍 BI on Amazon Prime: 🤍 Why Japanese Swords Are So Expensive | So Expensive
Well, This Sword took me too long to make and this was not easy to make it such perfect. This is the longest sword i have ever made and this sword was one of the hardest project i ever done. And only the forging process took me about or more than a week. Overall Sword Length : 45 Inches Handle Length : 10 Inches Blade Length : 35 Inches All the Processes are below of making this beautiful SWORD: Forging: It took me almost a week to hand forge an Iron Chain piece into a long Metal Strip and this was one of my hardest forging ever. I don't have a power hammer so i did all the forging with hands and turned a chain piece into an almost 45 - 49 inches long sword. Grinding: I started some rough grindings of long forged strip on my Belt sander and turned the strip into a long Sword shaped steel piece. I also hand sanded the sword with the help of file to remove almost all the roughness of the sword. o. I made the Fuller with the help of angle grinder and rotary grinder. o. The blade bevel was made by my professional angle grinder and belt sander. o. Hand Sanded the blade to remove roughness. Hardness: There is a professional way to hard a sword on coal and Tempering the blade is the best way to increase the Strength, Hardness and Toughness of the sword. WAX Casting: I made the Guard and Pommel of the sword with the help of wax. And this took me alot of time to make perfect molds of wax. After the molds were done i poured some casting plaster on the wax and melted the wax inside the plaster with the help of my own made furnace. Handle: The Handle contains three parts. o. GUARD: I made the guard by casting brass, and filled some area of guard with black Epoxy resin. o. Pommel: I beautifully made the pommel by casting and the main purpose of pommel is not let the hand slip through the handle. o. Wood: A nice piece of wood used as the handle and i stripped an artificial leather on the wood with the help of adhesives and embedded our RH logo onto the wooden handle. Forging a SWORD out of Rusted Iron CHAIN #Forging #Swordaking Precautions: Always wear leather gloves while sanding knives. Always keep a First Aid Kit at your work place. Our Instagram = 🤍 Youtube Channel = 🤍youtube.com/randomhands Our Facebook = 🤍 Youtube Subscription: 🤍 Like, Subscribe & SHARE the video also comment your opinions. Hope you Enjoyed the Video. See you Next time. Subscribe for more interesting projects. Also Share the video with your friends who might be interested. Thanks for watching Best wishes Random Hands
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Two contestants have their home-forged Schiavona swords tested to see if they will kill in this clip from Season 5, Episode 2, "The Schiavona". #ForgedInFire Subscribe for more from Forged in Fire and other great HISTORY shows: 🤍 Find out more about the show and watch full episodes on our site: 🤍 Check out exclusive HISTORY content: History Newsletter: 🤍 Website - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 "Forged in Fire" features world-class bladesmiths competing against each other to create some of history's most iconic edged weapons. HISTORY®, now reaching more than 98 million homes, is the leading destination for award-winning original series and specials that connect viewers with history in an informative, immersive, and entertaining manner across all platforms. The network's all-original programming slate features a roster of hit series, epic miniseries, and scripted event programming. Visit us at 🤍 for more info.
Two beautiful Barbarian swords are put through three punishing tests to see which bladesmiths will be crowned Forged in Fire Champion in this clip from Season 6, "Barbarian Sword". #ForgedInFire Subscribe for more from Forged in Fire and other great HISTORY shows: 🤍 Find out more about the show and watch full episodes on our site: 🤍 Check out exclusive HISTORY content: History Newsletter: 🤍 Website - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 "Forged in Fire" features world-class bladesmiths competing against each other to create some of history's most iconic edged weapons. HISTORY® is the leading destination for award-winning original series and specials that connect viewers with history in an informative, immersive, and entertaining manner across all platforms. The network’s all-original programming slate features a roster of hit series, premium documentaries, and scripted event programming.
Watch all new episodes of Forged in Fire: Beat the Judges returning soon, and stay up to date on all of your favorite History Channel shows at 🤍 A brave contestant takes on J. Neilson in this high octane challenge to forge short swords out of saw blades, in this clip from Season 1, "The No Can Can". #ForgedinFireBeattheJudges Subscribe for more from Forged in Fire Beat the Judges and other great HISTORY shows: 🤍 Click here for more Forged in Fire: 🤍 Find out more about the show and watch full episodes on our site: 🤍 Check out exclusive HISTORY content: History Newsletter - 🤍history.com/newsletter Website - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 "It’s the most frequently asked question from fans of Forged in Fire—”When will we see bladesmiths compete against our judges?” Now, they are about to get their wish. In each episode, previous Forged in Fire Champions return to the forge for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity—to square off against our renowned Forged in Fire Masters in the highest stakes forging competition yet! The challenges require higher skillsets and there are more tests to pass. First, the smiths must prove they have what it takes to challenge an icon by beating each other in a series of win-or-go-home forging challenges. The remaining two smiths will then compete with one of our seasoned Judges to create a fully functioning blade that will be evaluated and tested. If the challenger can find a way to prevail against our Judge in an intense bladesmithing showdown, they’ll walk away with $10K and eternal bragging rights." HISTORY® is the leading destination for award-winning original series and specials that connect viewers with history in an informative, immersive, and entertaining manner across all platforms. The network's all-original programming slate features a roster of hit series, premium documentaries, and scripted event programming.
Every other Monday, our team of blacksmiths and craftsman build some of your favorite weapons, and some weapons that you've never seen before. This week, the guys at Baltimore Knife and Sword take on Genji's Sword from Overwatch! Ever wanted to ask the Man At Arms team a question? Now you can! Go to AWEme’s Twitter: 🤍awemechannel and use #AskABlacksmith with your question. The blacksmiths will be answering your questions with a video reply on AWEme’s Facebook. Kerry Stagmer - Swordsmith and Machinist Matt Stagmer - Swordsmith Ilya Alekseyev - Armourer Lauren Schott - Goldsmith and Casting John Mitchell – Fabricator Ferenc Gregor – Carver Rick Janney – Bladesmith Bill Collison – Hilt Maker Series Creator/Executive Producer - Andy Signore 🤍 Series Executive Producer - Brent Lydic Episode Produced and Directed by CJ Schmidt Line Producer - Phil Rogers Production Manager – Brendan Kennedy Office Production Coordinator – Jon Michael Burgess Crew: Director of Photography – John Hale Story Producer — Dave Cross 1st AC (Red Cam) – Jeremy Hall Gaffer – Steve Scott Grip - Danny Balsamo Swing (Demo) - Kevin "Vinny" Campbell Production Coordinator – Tricia Parris Runner/PA – Bethany Michalaski 1st AC (Red Cam) – Joe Achard DIT – Christopher Mariles Set Medic – Celeste Bowe Edited by — Patrick Burke Colorist – Patrick Burke Lead Assistant Editors – Stephen Erdmann & Matt Zimmel Stunt Coordinator / Stunts – Casey Kaleba Cosplayers: Felicia McDaniel as Reaper, Jimmie Rycek as Junkrat, Nikkie Renea as Roadhog, Matt Stagmer as Soldier 76, Natasha Vineyard as Hanzo and Quinton Lyle as Genji. Head of Post Production - Michael Gallagher Post Production Supervisor – Amanda Arellano Content Manager - James Harrold
Well, This Katana took me too long to make and this was not easy to make it such perfect. Alot of People asked me to make Katana so i tried my best to make a perfect Katana Sword as i can. Overall Sword Length : 35 Inches Handle Length : 8 Inches Blade Length : 26 Inches All the Processes are below of making this beautiful KATANA: Forging: It took me almost three days to hand forge an Iron Chain piece into a long Metal Strip and this was one of my hardest forging ever. I don't have a power hammer so i did all the forging with hands and turned a chain piece into an almost 33 - 34 inches long steel strip. Grinding: I started some rough grindings of long strip on my Belt sander and turned the strip into a Katana shaped long steel piece. I also hand sanded the edges with the help of file to remove almost all the roughness of the sword. o. I made the Blood Groove with the help of rotary grinder. o. The blade bevel was made by my professional angle grinder. o. Hand Sanded the blade to remove roughness. Hardness: There is a professional way to harden a Katana and that is Covering the whole sword in a Fire Clay (Insulation) Except the blade bevel.After that we put the sword into the fire and heat it to critical temperature. We use oil to Quench the heated sword in it. Now the Bevel is hard and the remaining sword is annealed. Tempering the blade is the best way to increase the Strength, Hardness and Toughness of the sword. Hibaki: This piece is traditionally made by forging some copper or brass but we can also make it by casting these metals. And the purpose of hibaki is to hold the Sheath with the handle. Handle: The Handle contains three parts. o. GUARD: I made the guard by using a thick brass sheet, which is roundly turned into a beautiful metal piece that can show a partition between the handle and the remaining sword. o. Spacer: This is the little metal piece which fits on tang and controls the fittings of the whole handle so nothing should vibrate in handle. o. Wood: A nice piece of wood uses as a handle of the sword and that could be Wrapped by some soft (leather) strips. Forging a KATANA out of Rusted Iron CHAIN #Forging #RandomHands Precautions: Always wear leather gloves while sanding knives. Always keep a First Aid Kit at your work place. Our Instagram = 🤍 Youtube Channel = 🤍youtube.com/randomhands Our Facebook = 🤍 Youtube Subscription: 🤍 Like, Subscribe & SHARE the video also comment your opinions. Hope you Enjoyed the Video. See you Next time. Subscribe for more interesting projects. Also Share the video with your friends who might be interested. Thanks for watching Best wishes Random Hands
Wilkinson Sword factory, Acton, London. Man checks ceremonial swords in a display. He holds the swords up and looks at them carefully. Various shots of swords being made in the foundry. Good shots of men at work and the processes involved. Metal is heated and thinned out. The blades are sharpened then dipped into whale oil and molten lead. The sword is bounced off a steel block to test it. C/U of patterns being stencilled onto a sword. Narrator explains that there is a new craze for businesses to have a special sword designed for their company. Man carefully hand paints the sword. Final coating is painted on to the sword. C/U of box of handles and scabbards. Man fits these pieces together and then attaches them to a sword. Display case of swords - various swords are seen including the famous "Sword of Stalingrad". Cuts exist - see separate records. FILM ID:315.06 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. 🤍 FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT 🤍 British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 136,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1984. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. 🤍
Once considered divine, the centuries-old craft of sword-making in Taiwan is dying. But one individual is doing his best to keep the ancient tradition alive. Al Jazeera's Steve Chao travelled to the town of Cheding to meet the country's last professional sword-maker, who at 65, hopes to find a "worthy apprentice" to pass his legacy on to.
Balance can be described as finding the equalizing point between two opposing forces, and as both a design principle and a life philosophy, it is central to Korean culture. For master swordsmith Eun-cheul Lee, balance is essential to the creation of his hand-crafted swords. He revived a traditional Korean style of sword making that had been lost for 100 years. By blending different types of iron ore to make the steel used in his swords, he achieves balance in his blades and successfully brings an ancient technique into modern times. This Great Big Story is a paid contribution by Genesis. SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 Follow us behind the scenes on Instagram: 🤍 Make our acquaintance on Facebook: 🤍 Give us a shout on Twitter: 🤍 Come hang with us on Vimeo: 🤍 Visit our world directly: 🤍 Great Big Story is a video network dedicated to the untold, overlooked & flat-out amazing. Humans are capable of incredible things & we're here to tell their stories. When a rocket lands in your backyard, you get in.
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Making The Daedric Sword From The Game Skyrim Hey guys today i made the deadric Sword i like it, hope you do to :) MY GEAR: Camara/Phone: 🤍 Creality CR-10S: 🤍 Creality CR-10: 🤍 Ender 2: 🤍 Crucibles: 🤍 Gloves: 🤍 JOIN MY Notification Squad (ALUMIATION): CLICK THE BELL THIS ID WHERE I BUY MY SAND: 🤍 AMADEUS (MUSIC) : 🤍 SUPPORT AlumiTube: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 Though crafted from ebony, Daedric weapons have a much more fearsome aesthetic true to their inhuman origins, featuring jagged, saw-like blades, glowing red filigree, and an overall design that blends rough organic curves with smooth, artificial edges. Consider to give this video a thumbs-up so i know you guys liked it. Let my know if you have other good ideas ! This video is for entertainment purpose only. If you try to do this yourself at home, please be aware that you use personal protection gear. If you are not experienced with melting metals please do not attempt this on your own. Other Casting Videos: Casting a Bronze Dagger From The Game Skyrim (Mehrunes Razor) 🤍 Casting 2 Knifes From Destiny (Hunter Knife) 🤍 Casting a Bronze Dagger From The Game Skyrim (Valdr's Lucky Dagger) 🤍 Casting Aluminum Sword From Aluminum Scrap 🤍 Music: Amadeus: 🤍 CHECK OUT: NYORs Channel out he make some cool music : 🤍 CHECK OUT: ARHYs Channel out he make some cool music : 🤍 [Connect with NCS] • 🤍 • 🤍 • 🤍
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Making a Katana from titanium or how I made a Katana sword from titanium, to be honest, I myself did not figure out the name. I'll leave this question to the viewer's judgment, to share your opinion after watching the video. I think there are few people among us who have not seen films about the Samurai. As someone who deeply respects Japanese culture, I have always admired this sword. Japanese craftsmen have invested many years of their lives making a real work of art in the form of a Katana sword. I have always dreamed of having a Katana sword in my collection, but not everyone can afford such pleasure, so I decided to make this sword myself. There are a lot of videos on YouTube showing the process of making a Japanese Katana Samurai sword from different materials, a Katana from a Chain, a Katana from Damascus steel, there is even a video showing the process of making a katana sword from a large wrench. Since I love the high-tech approach, I decided to make a titanium katana sword using all the tools and machines I have in my workshop. As tests have shown, this titanium Katana sword was not only beautiful to look at, but also very durable. I think this will not be a bad copy for my personal collection. By the way, in this video you will see my new purchases. I found an opportunity to buy professional equipment directly from the manufacturer. They have everything you need for your workshop, garage or production workshop. I was very pleased with the quality of everything that I purchased from them, as well as with the service and of course the after sales who helped me set up the equipment. I advise you to visit: 🤍 Stahlwerk-Shweissgeraete just right! Friends, As you may have noticed, I read almost every comment and I am always with you. So don't be lazy to share this video with your friends and even your boss at work. And if you are not at work, then show this video to your friends. Always with you Sincerely Meanwhile in the garage #KatanaSword #SamuraiKatanaSword #japanesekatanasword #forgingakatana #makingofKatana #makingofjapanesekatanasword #meanwhileinthegarage
Historical sword and knife makers spent hundreds of years perfecting their art, but often now we ignore their lessons. Here we look at one particular aspect of knife making that often gets ignored by modern makers.
This is kind of a sword 101 introduction for those who would like to get into the hobby. It might also offer some helpful information for people who are already familiar with replica swords. In the video I'm talking about where to find swords and other historical weapons (in North America), how to distinguish between non-functional wallhanger junk and "battle-ready" reproductions, and my opinion on a couple of manufacturers. And a short explanation of how different hilt assemblies (threaded vs. peened). *Update* In hindsight I have to admit that the little rant about Cold Steel was somewhat biased. I'm currently (as of May 2016) more neutral towards them. Their quality control still seems a little dodgy though. Useful sites with lots of valuable information: 🤍 🤍 * Online stores worth checking out * Kult of Athena (affiliate link): 🤍 (USA) Reliks: 🤍 (Canada) Warriors and Wonders: 🤍 (Canada) Want to help fund future videos? 🤍 My Facebook page: 🤍
Kaito Suiju is master of the Hisui school of battōjutsu and instructor at Hisui Tokyo. He has been teaching katana sword fighting for decades and is of samurai descent.Master Suiju rates the realism of katana sword scenes in movies, including skills of actors, the way they hold and train with the swords, as well as the choreography of fights. He also debunks some of the commonly-accepted myths and legends around samurai history and culture, and points out where Hollywood gets it wrong. During the video Master Suiju demonstrates the correct method of how to grip and move with a katana sword, as well as talking us through the different parts of the sword. Master Suiju rates Japanese-language movies including "Harakiri" (1962), "Yojimbo" (1961), "13 Assassins" (2010), "The Sword of Doom" (1966), "Rurouni Kenshin Part I: Origins" (2012) as well as anime such as "Samurai Champloo" (2004). And Hollywood movies such as "John Wick Chapter 3 - Parrabellum" (2019),"The Last Samurai" (2003) and Kill Bill Vol.1 (2003). He also looks at a fight between Maeve (Thandi Newton) and Musashi (Hiroyuki Sanada) in HBO's "Westworld" (2020). For more info, visit 🤍 MORE HOW REAL IS IT VIDEOS: Sword Master Rates 10 Sword Fights From Movies And TV | How Real Is It? 🤍 Special Ops Sniper Rates 11 Sniper Scenes In Movies | How Real Is It? 🤍 Shaolin Master Breaks Down 10 Kung Fu Movie Fights | How Real Is It? 🤍 #Sword #Movies #Insider Insider is great journalism about what passionate people actually want to know. That’s everything from news to food, celebrity to science, politics to sports and all the rest. It’s smart. It’s fearless. It’s fun. We push the boundaries of digital storytelling. Our mission is to inform and inspire. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: 🤍 Insider on Facebook: 🤍 Insider on Instagram: 🤍 Insider on Twitter: 🤍 Insider on Snapchat: 🤍 Insider on Amazon Prime: 🤍 Insider on TikTok: 🤍 Insider on Dailymotion: 🤍 Samurai Sword Master Rates 10 Japanese Sword Scenes In Movies And TV | How Real Is It?
I've been testing a bunch of different HEMA (and other) swords recently, and I noticed that some sword grips just really don't work with some gloves. I knew this before, but directly contrasting some different makes at the same time has really hammered this factor home to me. Patreon & Extra Videos: 🤍 Support & extra content on Subscribestar: 🤍 Facebook & Twitter updates, info and fun: 🤍 🤍 Schola Gladiatoria HEMA - sword fighting classes in the UK: 🤍 Matt Easton's website and services: 🤍 Easton Antique Arms: 🤍
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This video is a brief portrait of American swordsmith Walter Sorrells. In this video Sorrells talks about what drew him to sword making and to Japanese style blades in particular. A short film by Tak Shimoji. Find out more about swordsmith Walter Sorrells at: 🤍.
To carry forward the ancient sword craftsmanship, two generations of artisans in Longquan, Shen Xinpei and Yang Ruping, have forged today's Longquan sword. From the cold weapon to the state-level gift nowadays, Longquan sword, with its different use, embodies the unique Chinese conception of“governance both by literary and military rules. Subscribe to CCTV on YouTube: 🤍 CCTV: 🤍 CCTV中文国际: 🤍 Follow us on: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
I OFTEN get asked about where to get good quality replica military swords and sabres. People ask about Cold Steel swords, Deepeeka, Universal Swords and others. My advice has been the same for the last several years, because no new products have come onto the market to change my advice. In this video I summarise my advice and also look at the virtues of buying antiques, as well as giving some advice to bespoke sword makers on how to improve their military sword and sabre replicas. Matt Easton's golden rules for how to make better replica swords: 🤍 Channel support and 3 extra videos per month on Patreon: 🤍 Facebook & Twitter updates, info and fun: 🤍 🤍 Matt Easton's website and services: 🤍 Easton Antique Arms: 🤍
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Rare Emperor Japanese Sword ($700 000) Lords of the Blades Ep.4 in this new episode of Lords of the Blades you gonna see really a Rare Emperor Japanese Sword worth more like $700 000 but some things are just not for sale! Enjoy and if you have more questions let us know. - if you missed Last Episode of Lords of the Blades , definitely Check it out: 🤍 -Visit me on Facebook: 🤍 -Add me on Instagram: 🤍 -Add me on Twitter: 🤍 - Check My Website: 🤍 -If you want Learn How To be Better Knife thrower check my tutorials:🤍 -Dont forget share,like,comment or subscribe if you new to my channel! Thank you everyone for Awesome support, I really appreciated :) #Rare #Sword #LordsOfTheBlades
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