Petersen Type V sword

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Post by wtf? » Sun Apr 30, 2006 12:02 pm

Oooo, that'll do. i found a UK retailer that does them for £205, so i can price match it as well.

i cant sharpen the enactors blade, because the fuller comes up too far to reshape the tip section, plus im not sure what the blade material is. probally a spring steel. much cheaper to get the godfred, or something similar.

thanks for the help.

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Post by Big Lazy » Sun Apr 30, 2006 12:27 pm

wtf? wrote:actually... i could do with something of this style as a gift. anyone know of any cheaper alternatives. doesnt need to cut anything, just look nice on a wall, and hold up to some swinging by a 40yr old woman, with a fetish for viking swords
Do I know this girl????? (H) Seriously though the Godfred is one superb sword. It looks and feels nice and it very solidly made too

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