Assassins Creed Hidden Blade

yes fellow gamers it is here

this is the assassins creed hidden blade
i recantly got ac bloodlines for my psp and i thought about making one

go easy this is my first instructable

yes i know it is just a door slider attached to your arm, but hey it's close isn't it

Step 1: Materials

tools
1  drill
2  rivet tool
3   dremal


drawer slide thing???
leg knife holdster ($2 princess auto)
rivets with same size drill bit  (5/32)

Step 2: Process

1     take the knife holdster and cut pouch part off

2     drill holes in drawer slider and knife holdster

2.5     drink pepsi (optional):p

3     rivet slider to knife holdster

Step 3: Finished

now go invit some friends over and show them your new toy


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    FFVIIBOYZetsumeimaru

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 3

    yeah but its a type of sword pretty much. its a sharp blade and thats enough for me to like it

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    capkloudFFVIIBOY

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xiphoid what your thinking of is called a katar, though not the traditional version which is stationary, it is a form of katar.

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    ToolboxGuycapkloud

    Reply 5 years ago on Step 3

    If all three parts locked into position, and it came off your arm to use, I'd *assume* it'd be long enough to be called a short sword. Quick, fun, cool!

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    dakonsuruchiFFVIIBOY

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 3

    the hidden blade is more like a type of dagger not sword a sword has a longer blade at least a foot and a half and thats a short sword

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    Phixius

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Am I the only one noticing that his finished product has a lot more done to it than simple drawer slide riveted to a knife holster? There are locking mechanism on there, knobs to attach a spring to, and that doesn't even look like any drawer slide I've ever seen to begin with. The Instructable is simple enough to follow, but he didn't use those instructions or materials to make what he's wearing...

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    golddigger1559Phixius

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    that slider came out of a server drawer, its real heavy duty. this is awesome cause i got a bunch of those things. i had thought of this but never went through it.

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    Phixiusgolddigger1559

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Cool. Do you know if slides like this are available online anywhere, or what I'd actually have to search for? "Server Drawer Slider" doesn't seem to turn up anything looking like this.

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    Techie_GaryPhixius

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    they're not server drawer slides, they were accuride sliders.... hope this info helps.....

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    Techie_GaryPhixius

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    btw, according to my observation, you SHOULD use ACCURIDE SLIDERS because they're compact, meaning it's as if there's no ball bearings, easy to conceal, soft lubricated, strong metal and heavy duty......thats why 5 of 7 hidden blades of mine are from accuride sliders....

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    golddigger1559Phixius

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    im not too sure i only have them cause i got them with a pile of scrap(along with the rest of the server cabnet)

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    dragon spy123

    6 years ago on Step 2

    why the muff is this in the electronics section!





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    carlpogi_11

    8 years ago on Step 2

    can u do all the step u only do the important things pls reply immedietly i like to do this project sori for the wrong spelling ^_^

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    92buckshots

    9 years ago on Step 3

     maybe you could add a spring pin to lock it in place so it doesn't slide back in till you want it to.

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    dakonsuruchiZetsumeimaru

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 3

    its a part of the body not a weapon your talking about something totally off subject dude