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Posted:Where can I get one?!?!?!?!


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BRONZE Member since Sep 2001


Classically British
Location: Epsom, Surrey, England

Total posts: 5688
Posted:Hello - My name is Durbs, there are some that call me "That annoying git who tells everyone on the boards to search for something before posting a thread about it"

Odd that - but bascially, click on "Search" up top (or "Durbs" in my signature) and search for "Fire Sword" in "Other toys".

It has been discussed maaaaaaany times before.

The shorter answer is Bearclaw smile

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SILVER Member since Aug 2001


Carpal \'Tunnel
Location: Austin, Texas, USA

Total posts: 3899
Posted:this sort of sounds like an AA introduction, Durbs. Perhaps you should start a virtual meeting group for people with a cronic problem invoving a desperate urge to tell people to do a search? It could be very therapudic for everyone I think wink

But yeah, unfortunaely whitehawk, the first lesson for every newbie (which a few of us old timers still really haven't adapted to) is to try and do a serious search before posting about something that there is even an off chance might have been discussed before. The idea being it is better to contribute to an existing thread than make things on one topic scattered around lots and lots of smaller threads.

BTW, welcome to HoP. wavehello


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GOLD Member since May 2004


Pirate Ninja
Location: Galway/Ireland

Total posts: 3882
Posted:On the up side.... you got it in the right forum. biggrin

play safe

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SILVER Member since Mar 2004

Location: Halifax, NS, Canada

Total posts: 157
This guy has some of the coolest looking fireswords..they look good even when they're not lit up. Hope this helps!

"Do not meddle in the affairs of Tower Cranes, for you are soft and would look better when squashed by a full concrete bucket"


Frederick the Reckless
BRONZE Member since Aug 2004

Frederick the Reckless

Troupe Leader and founder, Fire and Steel
Location: Oregon, USA

Total posts: 241
Posted:personally, i have one, which i made from an "el- cheapo" pakistani ninja short sword. i drilled 11 holes along the blade's length, and folded 2 layers of 2-inch wide by 1/8" thick firetape over the spine lengthwise. i ran bailing wire directly through the blade via the holes, using an individual piece for each hole. i then widened out the scabbard by splitting it and inserting shims to increase its capacity and accomodate the wicking. total cost: sword: $25. wicking: $1.79 a foot, aprox. 3 feet used. drill bit: 30 cents. borrowed use of drill press, free, but loud. bailing wire: negligible. patience: a bit more than i was willing to pay for. the total, being a really inexpensive firetoy, derived from a blade you're already familiar with: darned near priceless.

Frederick the Reckless,
Troupe Leader,
Fire and Steel


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