Drawing swords

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Right Ive Got Another Point To Make About

sort on that it’s particularly about the noise they make when being drawn from their scabbards and seeds I’m going to start with this one. This is a saber actually it’s an Indian style called the Tawa. Now the scabbard is wood covered in leather and let’s see what this kind of weapon being drawn from its scabbard. See what sound it makes principally leather even a little bit of a woody sound in there I would say but not all that loud I think you’ll agree and but maybe that’s not the only sound We should be listening to so let’s have a few more examples there this style is called a cookery. It’s Nepalese and again it’s a wooden scabbard covered er this time in buffalo hide so give it a go now it’s quite a tight-fitting sheath This one.

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Thats The Noise That One Makes But

I have more examples. This is a modern reproduction of a Dark Age sword sort of 6th century job’ again wooden scabbard covered in leather and this time at least partially lined with fur fur comes down to about. Here should actually go the full length of the scabbard and all the reason for it is the idea is that you turn it upside down and the sword doesn’t fall out cute h now. It gives you quite a small smooth draw and it also oils the blade each time so what’s nice does.

This Make Upon Being Drawn Not A

lot really slight rattle from the belt buckle air, which was loose but otherwise pretty Darn quiet. I think you’ll agree now It could be that there are some katana plonkers watching you know the Katana Plonker is don’t you it is. This little Guy who says well if he’s going to talk about swords then actually he should talk about the Katana because the Katana was the bestest sword ever ever ever in the world in every conceivable way actually yeah right well just to indulge it. Katana Blancos Oh my goodness it’s a Katana now in this case the scabbard is wood again this time covered in lacquer so see what-sound this makes a sort of woody sound wasn’t it puff that shouldn’t surprise us and here’s my point so what’s on being drawn Don’t go they just don’t and why would anyone want their sold to go on being drawn you just tell everyone within quite some distance that you’re drawing your weapon ask your disadvantage surely you don’t draw stealthily if you could and how would it make that noise if you’d actually have to have.

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you’re drunk grant ground against the edge you’d be blunt earning your sword every time you drew it or put it away so that’ll be a bad idea Wouldn’t it but what if what if the sword were gripped either side by a metal Scabbard well, then just think of the engineering tolerances it would have to grip really firmly to get back noise on a cold day would contract slightly and actually it won’t be able to get your sword out at all and if you drew your sword and then perhaps fell over Benja Scabbard ever so slightly you wouldn’t be able to get your sword back in again would you know um they didn’t go King but they do in Hollywood movies Yes. In the Hollywood movie You can’t even get a short knife out of a leather scabbard without doing just a little bit. Just to let people know that it’s a sword or a blade or it’s really sharp and someone could get hurt Ah I’m going to say Hollywood put this all together what.

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Summary

The Katana was the bestest sword ever ever ever in the world in every conceivable way . But the Katana Plonker is not all that loud. He’s got another point to make about sort on that it’s particularly about the noise they make when being drawn from their scabbards and seeds I’m going to start with this one.& This is a saber actually it’s an Indian style called the Tawa.& Now the scabbard is wood covered in leather.& See what sound it makes principally leather even a little bit of a woody sound in there I would say. But maybe that’s not the only sound. We should be listening to so let’s have a few more examples there there this style is called a cookery.& It’s Nepalese and again it’s a wooden scabbar covered er this time in buffalo hide. Let’s see what this kind of weapon being drawn. It’s quite a tight-fitting sheath ….. Click here to read more and watch the full video