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Postby Ty N. » 06 Jun 2006 19:35

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Postby Ty N. » 06 Jun 2006 19:40

I spoke with John today about this sword... the grip section consists of four separate pieces of desert ironwood stacked between brass spacers...

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Postby J Marwood » 06 Jun 2006 19:42

Helloooooooo gorgeous!
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Postby Monster Zero » 06 Jun 2006 19:44

I've always liked his work.
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Postby Ty N. » 06 Jun 2006 19:45

J Marwood wrote:Helloooooooo gorgeous!


Hello to you, James... and don't call me gorgeous... :P



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Postby J Marwood » 06 Jun 2006 19:46

:lol: :lol: :lol:
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Postby J Marwood » 06 Jun 2006 20:02

Ty - why the edit? It was a funny post :)

EDIT - never mind....
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Postby Ty N. » 06 Jun 2006 20:09

I was going to add some specs on the blade, but clicked the wrong EDIT link and wiped out the post... it's a good thing I never landed that job at NORAD... we might be missing a few countries by now... :lol:

What is NORAD? This -- http://www.norad.mil/
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Postby J Marwood » 06 Jun 2006 20:09

hehehe
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Postby SCA Archer » 06 Jun 2006 20:13

That looks fantastic. My only issue / concern would be if those seperate wooden parts started twisting during use.
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Postby admin » 07 Jun 2006 00:10

I am pretty damn sure this is based on Edward III's longsword... because it looks like it, except for the decoration.

Lovely lovely work. I very highly regard John's work.
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Postby Andy Moynihan » 07 Jun 2006 00:23

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Postby swordflasher » 07 Jun 2006 00:26

admin wrote:I am pretty damn sure this is based on Edward III's longsword... because it looks like it, except for the decoration.

Lovely lovely work. I very highly regard John's work.


Well, he's called the sword 'Edward' so I'm guessing your right, Matt.
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Postby Alina » 07 Jun 2006 03:51

Well...it's no kilic, but I guess it's okay for an infidel.
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