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Thank you for the visit. I make knives, swords, battle axes. Looking for custom knife, sword or axe? Just ask and we'll see what we can do. I also make some crazy stuff. So crazy, they wonder how it works. One of a kind stuff.

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  • FZR commented on FZR's instructable Battle Axe4 weeks ago
    Battle Axe

    Unfortunately I do not.How I built and measured.I held a 3 foot ruler with both hands. That will inform you of what measurements feels good for the hand grips.The blade is around 10 to 12 inches at center (make a side ways T) for the length. Then I freehand the curve for the blade to become the best looking and more weight. (Now if I remember right the total handle length was about 3 feet, from top make a mark about 3-4 inches down. This will be the start of the blade. From there I did freehand and make the curve up, then rounded the curve to about 10-12 inches from center, then curved back up to give about 4 inches of blade neck. The handle was around 1 1/2 inch steel then cover with wood.)Hope this helps. ( I'm not able to make a drawing at this time. If you get confused, just reply ...

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    Unfortunately I do not.How I built and measured.I held a 3 foot ruler with both hands. That will inform you of what measurements feels good for the hand grips.The blade is around 10 to 12 inches at center (make a side ways T) for the length. Then I freehand the curve for the blade to become the best looking and more weight. (Now if I remember right the total handle length was about 3 feet, from top make a mark about 3-4 inches down. This will be the start of the blade. From there I did freehand and make the curve up, then rounded the curve to about 10-12 inches from center, then curved back up to give about 4 inches of blade neck. The handle was around 1 1/2 inch steel then cover with wood.)Hope this helps. ( I'm not able to make a drawing at this time. If you get confused, just reply and I'll help you out.)Take care and have fun.

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