Feel Like a Sir Ninja

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Introduction: Feel Like a Sir Ninja

**If there are spelling errors, I'm sorry! I'm not totally fluent in English so I'm using a translation tool as an aid for making this Instructable.**

I always imagined myself as an old man and how would i protect myself. So I thought, why not a bengal with a blade?
This Instructable is the step by step how I did it.


Step 1: Materials / Tools

So, the materials i used here,i have all at my home and the wood, I used construction wood.

Materials:
-Blade iron: 70cm
-Wood pieces:
  - 80cm x 2cm x 4cm
  - 10cm x 2cm x 4cm
  - 15cm x 5cm x 4cm
- Wood glue.
- Varnish.
- Nail

Tools:
- Set-square
- Chisel
- Hacksaw
- Pencil and rubber
- Sandpaper
- Drill-(1" and 1/3 ")
- Planer-manual
- Soldering iron
- Hammer (Rubber and Iron)
- Brush
- Metric trena
- Screwdriver
- Whetstone
- Staples-wood
- Goggles
- Morça
- Circular saw
- Drilling machine
- Emery
- Hacksaw

Step 2: Preparation Hood

I chalked the ends to get the alignment parts after.
I chalked with a pencil on the inner part where the blade will be from at 10cm base, so that the blade was not until the end. I scored the risk with the big chisel and with the chisel slightly larger than the blade i cut the part that she'll stay.
After doing this in two parts and sanded I glued with the wood glue. I held the two parts with the help of clips and let dry for a night.

Step 3: After a Night

After the glue has dried, I scored the measures to cut the base of the walking stick, after ... I removed the excess with Planer-manual and sanded.

Step 4: Preparing the Blade

I marked the right size and cut of the blade, nailing it to the handle of the walking stick, 8 cm long, with Durepoxi (A type of sugru).

Step 5: The Handle

Using a piece of wood 10cm x 2cm x 4cm, I stuck and molded and I glued it on the cable using Durepoxi.

Step 6: The Union

After sharpening the blade, I made the piece that holds the cable to the base of the walking stick using the same method as the other pieces.

Step 7: The Gran Finale

I drew in the piece using a pencil and then carve using a soldering iron to burn the wood. After the ready drawings I passed varnish.

I used the iron rings to keep the base together.

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    25 Comments

    cool cane. I want now.

    That's awesome, gonna have to make my own

    Awesome cane. Very skillfully done, good work!

    A really cool instructable, but I'd be careful. Sword canes are illegal in certain US states (like California), so check out state laws before walking around with one.

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    Thanks for the tip, but i not live in the U.S. and here this weapons are not banned. ^^

    It's a blade, and it's more than 10cm long... so yes, it's banned here in Brazil.

    Thanks, I was unaware of this law, I will take care. :)

    Descobri que era brasileiro assim que vi o DUREPOXI®, foi tipo, WTF Durepoxi?! só brasileiros usam durepoxi XD!

    Alias eu já fiz uma espada com o mesmo material, se não me engano era uma suspenção de fusca.

    Parabens por ter seu Ible' na primeira pagina!

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    XD Eu imaginei que alguém reconheceria o Durepoxi. Não conhecia nenhum brasileiro aqui! Obg pelo comentário :)

    Very nice. A personalized cane is definitely on my list of things to do.

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    I'm glad you enjoyed it! XD

    How bout a blow gun/breathing tube out of the scabbard part? Yeah.. I went there.

    thank you :)

    Would be a lot dangerous gentleman euheuheuheuheue. Thank you :)

    Thank you :)

    amazing work, i seee you have much the same array of tools i use in my wood work. i love this piece, the only thing i would have done is forged the blade, using pattern welded steel as the japanese of the period did. love the piece though