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    japanese katana test














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    brick break by back of blade









    1 cut to water barrel













    1 cut to stainless steel water bucket




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    <span class='smallblacktext'>[ Edited Fri Mar 25 2005, 08:27PM ]</span>

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    Glad to see he at least used the back of the blade to break the bricks. ~

    Speaking of self defense, saw a 'flamethrower-in-a-can' at the Rand Show earlier today. Wife didn't fancy one though. Imagine, dinner ready in 10 seconds!

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    chinese sword test


    rope cut





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    double straw mat cut


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    cut to 35cm od straw mat. this is real challenge!



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    Thats impressive !

    I know a knife maker by the name of Chris Reeves . We used to race Yamaha bikes back in the '70s . He made a survival knife , called the aviator .

    I ordered one from him , a couple of weeks later went to his house to collect it . He " demonstrated " the strength of it , by taking me outside , where he slash cut a 3" water pipe , leaving a huge mark in the steel pipe , then shaved his arm . My jaw hit the floor when he took my NEW knife & hit the pipe , I was gobsmacked , but after I'd recovered my sense of humour , it was impressive . I still have the knife , serial no 3 .

    Some of these knife makers really know their stuff when it comes to selecting metals & then tempering the steel afterwards .

    When we were appys we all filed out hammers , nearly all of them cracked when being tempered , obviously our tutor was'nt up to standard ! Bless his soul .

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