字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Brian. David, Congratulations. You made it to the final round of this competition. Now we're setting you back to your home for just where you will recreate an iconic weapon from history. That weapon is a Knights Templar Crusader sword. Good luck, Blade Smiths. We'll see you in five days. Look, I could've got bread. What I am really stoked about building and the Knights Templar Crusader's sword is the fact that it's a Knights Templar crusader's sword. It connects with Christianity on the religious upbringing that I had. It's really going to be rewarding on a lot of bubbles. This is the steel I'm going to use to make my sword. He mentions that I'm shooting for our 36 inches in length and it under three bones. I could cut it, forge welded. I could split it. I could draw it all out. But the plan is to pull the sword out. Sort of like that. I have never unfolded metal this way before. On this is a big piece of steel. I think I can work with that. The main thing with this sodas to remove. Wait. So we're gonna work on weight reduction and get the fuller in there. Just a quick, dirty, full of ground in there to start thinking about my heat treat to gonna have to hook a burner up to the sports people up in Alaska, more so than many. We make a lot of our own tools and equipment, but really don't do this at home. It's good to take your time. Make sure that you have all the clearances you need, and then you get the piece into the tank. I don't want to rush anything. Man thing is getting a good heat treatment abuse that they're gonna put this through. You can have a disaster going under the crunch time, and it could come out all twisted. We'll just hope that that doesn't happen so far. Looks good and it's hard. So we got a successful. He treats. I'm happy. It's now alive blade. It just has to be finished up. Almost see the light at the end of the tunnel. That's a strengthening to do. It's the beginning of day three. I've got the profile established. There's a little bit of beef here and there that needs to come off good. I'm feeling really good about my blade At this point, it's to contour, Fullers or cut. There's only one thing that I haven't done with my sword, and that's wet. Who we are over £3 just with the blade. Anything more than £3 places me a risk for elimination. By the time I had a pommel 5.5, this would that amusing right here is Alaskan yellow cedar. Really nice wood for handles. I like it. It's really light. Now I'm gonna make a pommel. You got a log laid out. They need something Counterbalance that. That's what I was looking for. Piece of wrought iron over 100 years old, just the right diameter for the pommel. That's gonna add weight to the back and give it some balance. I can't wait to see how it feels. No. Oh, yeah, they went very well. Look at the smile. Having my celebratory ice cream, my ice cream cozy tomorrow. I just expect to put the final ride on the blade and we'll be ready to do some testing. My blade is almost done. I drilled my pommel. I drilled around the edge of the pommel, groaned a little bit on my cross cards. I've got my mass stone to Rome. Three poems. But I don't have a quench on my blade yet. That has to have today. This is holy water from chalice. Well, in glassed in bury u. K. This is where Joseph of Arimathea allegedly hit the Holy Grail. Not much enough, Thio. Enough to bless the piece, though. I'm ready to go on. I'm scared out of my mind, man. This is a long blade. And if it goes down the toilet, I will be gutted. I think we have a blade. Yeah, the blade is essentially done at this point. So it's time to move on to the pretty parts to geegaws, as I call them in Lay's from fully trees to the handle Red garnets into the face of the pommel. This will symbolize Christ's blood. There are four really religious artifacts included with this peace, not to mention my own love for it. I feel like I want to slash at something. This is a kill test. A Knights Templar sword on iconic weapon battle tested throughout history to see what kind of lethal damage your weapon will do will take your sword and do ever killing blows on this holistic stuff. Brian, you're up first. I would love to test your blade, but as you can see, I'm still recovering from an injury. So to be my arm today, please welcome our J. Mark Qaida, my brother, He will have the pleasure of wielding your weapons. Oh, your sword is a little bit on the heavier side, but because of the pummel you have over here, it actually balances it out. There are areas that are sharp, and there are areas that are not as sharp on the final blow that EJ have proven to be very sharp. And actually with disembowel this ballistic stomach your sword, sir, will kill. All right, David's your attorney. Ready? Let's do it. That is one of the sharpest sorts I've ever come across. Its wicked scary. The cuts are last surreal. Almost in half. Without a doubt, your weapon will kill. Awesome, Then, gentlemen, to test the strength and durability of your edges. I'm gonna attack these fully armored knights. But this test is all about what the armor does to your sword. Not what your sword goes to the armor. Brian, you're up first. You ready? Absolutely. Scott O'Brien you read held up really well. It's a very up to scribed that lends itself to this kind of test. The handle was comfortable. It's a nice shape. I was able to index very well. It stayed straight in the tests and didn't pick up any damage. Well done. Thank you, David. You're up next. You have, ah much finer edge on this sword, and it's picked up a little bit of rolling. There's some edge deflection right here. You can hear it, but all in all, a very good story. All right, gentlemen. Next up swinging sandbag slice. I will cut this rope with one edge of your blade, releasing that sandbag and then cutting that with the other edge of your blade. Let's see if they still have an edge. You hope you're ready. First off, there are sections of this blade that just don't have much of an edge. That first cut just skated up the rope. Second cut bit in went right through. You can see how there's a lot of tearing at the edge of that bag as opposed to a clean slice through it. I would have loved to have seen a little bit Maur edge. Especially on that front half David Purity? Absolutely. Okay, your sword sharp. Very sharp. Passed through the rope. No problem passed through the bag. No problem. As far as the design of your sword would have loved to have seen a counter balance on this. Uh, this would be nice on a dagger. It's very small for this sword without that counterbalance all that way. ISS So far forward. But it's a cutter. It's definitely sharp. Nicely done. Thank you. Blade Smiths. The judges have completed their deliberation and they've made a final decision. You've both put in AA lot of work here, but there can only be one forged in fire champion. And that champion is Dave. Congratulations. You are the forged in fire champion, Brian. Unfortunately, your Crusader sword did not make the cut. Brian, I really applaud the fact that you brought a lot of yourself to that sword. In the end, it came down to your sword. Just wasn't as sharp as your competitors. That's why we've got to let you get understood. Brian, please surrender your sword. David. Sword cut better than mine. He owed Smith me. That's the way it goes, man. in the under could be only one. I may make another Knights Templar Crusader sword. I've still got 2000 year old pets at home. I still have holy water. And, um, anything can happen. David, congratulations. You are the fourth Fire champion, and that is the title that comes with a check for how much ground? That's right. $10,000. Good job. Victory feels good in this competition. Showed me that I I can push myself a little harder and get more done looking forward to getting back home. First thing I'm gonna do is fix my bike and go for a ride.