can u make swords out of wood
— Posted by corymartinson on 2:37 pm on Mar. 29, 2002
u can’t make real swords out of wood
— Posted by Zero the Inestimable on 2:57 pm on Mar. 29, 2002
You can make a training sword out of wood. People have been doing that for ages in both the east and west. A wooden sword has just about zero combat potential versus a real one, but it’s fun all the same.
~Zero the Inestimable
— Posted by Anto on 3:37 pm on Mar. 29, 2002
yeah, i would say that a wooden blade isnt as good as a metal one. however, you can make small stabbing weapons out of wood.
(Edited by Anto at 3:38 pm on Mar. 29, 2002)
— Posted by yourunforgivenII on 12:30 am on Mar. 30, 2002
well you might try aking a wooden sword and then putting a strong metal edge (like titanium on it) … that might work
— Posted by johnny 99 on 3:50 am on Mar. 30, 2002
Actually wooden swords have shed a lot of blood over the years. traditionally they are made out of hard tight grained woods seasoned like a bow to have a bit of flex to them. weighted forward of the handle for a good slashing stroke ie; sabre etc… Then the edges are fitted with stone flakes, sharks teath, shells, whatever. These days a nice alternative is glass, which can be knapped just like flint or obsidian. Or just left with a clean sharp break. The over all effect is supposed to be similar to getting smacked with a running circlar saw. VERY nasty.
— Posted by Ghost on 4:43 am on Mar. 30, 2002
macking a sword out of wood 2 kill or really injure some1 would be a total waste of time for fun would be a different matta.wot jonny sed was probly true but making it would be harder than makin a metal sword
— Posted by KrazyKilo on 1:01 am on April 4, 2002
Just to let u all know, i think most wooden swords(not practice swords) are called Chukutos