Viking seax fighting knife
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About the Course
Over 2 days you will make the legendery viking seax knife, this knife will be around 700mm long when compleated with oak handle scales. The course is open to anyone over 18 but you will need determination to compleate this project and it is a great first step before a sword. You will go through the whole prosess on a 1 on 1 basis. £50 deposit to secure your place.
You will make the knife in a pro blacksmith work shop using a coal forge as well as other hand tools.
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What's included in the price?
Everything you need is provided to compleat your project. You will need to bring some lunch and a bottle of water is a good idea.
Tea and coffee is provided
Great 2 days in the forge, shown the techniqes and let get one with it. Any point I was having some difficulty or making life harder than it needed to be he was there to help me get back on track. Really impressed with the work I was able to do under his guidance.
Jordan Richards - - #17197
One of the best Christmas presents I ever had. After watching forged in fire I wanted a go and whilst they make it look easy on tv it certainly isn’t! Luckily Andy was on hand to show me the way. 2 days later I have my very own seax. I will be back again and would recommend this to everyone. Some are pics and videos (Andy is great at this too) are on my Instagram @rhysids
Rhys Schofield - - #15649
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Course Start Dates
Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.
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