Wrist blades (full metal)

miniTANK

Blooded
started doing wrist blades with a powerful spring! but with a manual reset!

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VaderDave

Blooded
Wicked!

I would be too scared to take those things out in public or to a convention though. You could really do some major damage to someone.

They look fantastic though!
 

Guan Thwei

Elite Hunter
I might need to get a pair of these as well as a plastic version as well. That way I can swipe out one for the other whenever I need.
 

Guan Thwei

Elite Hunter
Plastic blades are not suitable, because the spring is very powerful and it breaks the plastic!
The spring mech I was thinking of doing wouldn't be that powerful @ least I would hope not, but I always wanted steel blades anyway I did it. I think it looks cool if nothing else I will use just plastic ones poking out and that is it.
 

miniTANK

Blooded
now they are not exactly lightweight! when I've finished them, I think they will weigh about 1 - 1.5 kg!
What about the spring-if we take the weaker spring, it could easily prove to be unreliable. She quickly be stretched and the whole mechanism would be useless.
I about zombies, too much thinking! ))))))))
No! Blades do not for sale!
 

Strange

Blooded
Wicked work man, even asjus a display, Some thing like this , with the right housing, would definetely be a highlight to any collection!
 

miniTANK

Blooded
in the construction had to cut the different parts to facilitate weight! but the appearance and function remains the same! photo lay out .... not this week!
 

MaxWragg

Unblooded
omfg! i see the comment "they look brutal" - I think that should read LETHAL ! as good as they are surely youre gonna get arrested wearing those ? amazing craftmanship....
 

ghanley1

Blooded
I have C&C cut aluminum blades on a full functional electronic gauntlet, had our police department advise me on if I may have problems... As my blades do not fully retract into the gauntlet, the police did not consider them "concealed" and as there are no actual sharpened edges on a fairly light material, they were not overly worried that I would get stopped at the door. Something as shown here is indeed cool, but would most likely be more hassle than its worth if you are going to use it on a suit. After wearing my suit several long days, I am now a BIG fan of weight reduction!
 
This is a nice looking piece. If it is going to be functional, what are you going to use to hold those blades in and then to release them?
 

miniTANK

Blooded
This is a nice looking piece. If it is going to be functional, what are you going to use to hold those blades in and then to release them?

Here's drawing! are drawn in red spring plate! This system is simple and familiar to all! I hope painted a understandable!
 

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