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Published 3 years ago with 8 Comments

Hattori Hanzō Katana - Man at Arms: Reforged

Every other Monday, our team of blacksmiths and craftsman will be building some of your favorite weapons, and some weapons that you've never seen before. This week, we're using traditional techniques to forge Hattori Hanzō's Katana wielded by Black Mamba in Kill Bill.


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  • kevino025

    This might be my favorite episode so far.

    • Yindoom

      It's not my subject, never watched Kill Bill and all that, but seeing so many details, and how they had to make the steel themselves, and all the different techniques for one sword was awesome. I hope they do something like that again some day

      • kevino025

        That's the reason I enjoyed this episode so much. I'm not a big fan Kill Bill but the process was great.

  • SevenTales

    Wow! That was an incredible episode! Thanks for the link :)

  • RedditExodus

    Watching blacksmiths is always fun but it really helped that they filmed/edited everything so nicely.

    That was awesome, thanks for sharing.

  • BlueByte

    What happened to the original man at arms? I enjoyed his personality a bit more then these guys. Not that they are bad, he just has a better presentation

  • Rathenix

    Wow! This was ridiculously cool. I've never seen the series before, but I'm definitely going to check out some other episodes. I love how much detail they go into for every step of the process. And that last scene with all of the workers slicing things up? So satisfying.

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