Photos Of Kill Bill Sword as promised

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Re: Photos Of Kill Bill Sword as promised

Postby the blade master » Sat Mar 16, 2013 2:10 pm

either way it will make the pattern stand out i wouldnt mind trying it myself but gun blue is so damnd exspensive
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Re: Photos Of Kill Bill Sword as promised

Postby pjm » Sat Mar 16, 2013 2:12 pm

i wouldnt even know where to buy it lol
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Re: Photos Of Kill Bill Sword as promised

Postby the blade master » Sat Mar 16, 2013 2:19 pm

some sporting goods shop near you might have it or you could google gun blue availability near you to see whats available
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Re: Photos Of Kill Bill Sword as promised

Postby pjm » Sat Mar 16, 2013 2:28 pm

the blade master wrote:some sporting goods shop near you might have it or you could google gun blue availability near you to see whats available


i did find this site


http://www.markingpendepot.com/dykemopa ... olors.aspx


it aint just blue you can get but they are in the states so the postage would be mental
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Re: Photos Of Kill Bill Sword as promised

Postby pjm » Sat Mar 16, 2013 2:43 pm

spellmad2003 wrote:Folded Fenghuang Katana. will blow you into the middle of next week.
recomend it100%. then the dragon one :)).

lol ive seen so many i want but iam going to get all the kill bill swords first as an when funds allow, i was going to order the Budd sword until this morning when the postie decided to be a pain in the butt and delivered my credit card bill :( no sword for me for another month lol
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Re: Photos Of Kill Bill Sword as promised

Postby the blade master » Sat Mar 16, 2013 3:02 pm

:D hey maybe we should put a bounty on all postie,s
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Re: Photos Of Kill Bill Sword as promised

Postby pjm » Sat Mar 16, 2013 3:04 pm

the blade master wrote::D hey maybe we should put a bounty on all postie,s

i was tempted to find out how sharp the kill bill sword really is lol
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Re: Photos Of Kill Bill Sword as promised

Postby Moon » Sat Mar 16, 2013 3:30 pm

pjm wrote:i wouldnt even know where to buy it lol

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Phillips-Gun- ... 2ec6a47b7e
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Re: Photos Of Kill Bill Sword as promised

Postby pjm » Sat Mar 16, 2013 3:34 pm

Moon wrote:
pjm wrote:i wouldnt even know where to buy it lol

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Phillips-Gun- ... 2ec6a47b7e

cheers moon, that aint a bad price really
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Re: Photos Of Kill Bill Sword as promised

Postby pjm » Mon Mar 18, 2013 5:31 pm

well blade is now ren wax polished, have to admit it looks alot better than having oil over it

also managed to get rid of the little dint to the tip, bought a sharpening stone and it worked a treat and when the all metal cleaner arrives i shall use that on the area which should make it look good

its hardly noticeable so it dont really need doing but its the age old thing, i know its there lol
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Re: Photos Of Kill Bill Sword as promised

Postby Dotanuki2K » Mon Mar 18, 2013 7:06 pm

Since you are now entering the world of Japanese swords, you should know there is a certain etiquette (reiho) to displaying a katana (proper way of display)
The katana should be displayed blade up, tsuka (hilt) to the left of the blade while displayed on a katana kake (sword stand) while still sheathed in saya (sword sheath).
There are certain exceptions, but the katana is never displayed blade down in any circumstance.
To display it improperly, only displays the owner's lack of knowledge of his katana.
Something you may want to rectify in your signature picture.
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Re: Photos Of Kill Bill Sword as promised

Postby pjm » Mon Mar 18, 2013 7:30 pm

Dotanuki2K wrote:Since you are now entering the world of Japanese swords, you should know there is a certain etiquette (reiho) to displaying a katana (proper way of display)
The katana should be displayed blade up, tsuka (hilt) to the left of the blade while displayed on a katana kake (sword stand) while still sheathed in saya (sword sheath).
There are certain exceptions, but the katana is never displayed blade down in any circumstance.
To display it improperly, only displays the owner's lack of knowledge of his katana.
Something you may want to rectify in your signature picture.


well iam sure ill sleep at night knowing my sword was hand forged in china then
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Re: Photos Of Kill Bill Sword as promised

Postby pjm » Mon Mar 18, 2013 7:46 pm

"Display the sword with the blade facing upward. It's traditional to do so in case of the soldier had to draw and strike quickly. Always keep your swords housed in their cases. Displaying raw blades is dangerous as Katana or Samurai swords are extremely sharp. The handle or Tsuka of the sword should be displayed on the right side of the stand if you are right handed. If the warrior is left handed then the sword is displayed with the handle to the left."

well at least your half right
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Re: Photos Of Kill Bill Sword as promised

Postby Geordie Ross » Mon Mar 18, 2013 7:59 pm

I'd only show a sword that level of respect if it is a "proper" pedigree katana, I don't really think production swords deserve that honour, makes a mockery of the real McCoy.
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Re: Photos Of Kill Bill Sword as promised

Postby pjm » Mon Mar 18, 2013 8:03 pm

Geordie Ross wrote:I'd only show a sword that level of respect if it is a "proper" pedigree katana, I don't really think production swords deserve that honour, makes a mockery of the real McCoy.

hence my comment about it being hand forged in china

if it was a genuine katana from japan then it would be a different story altogether so i agree with you 100% geordie
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