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  • Nick, just Congratulations.

  • You guys were in the third and final round of this competition.

  • Now, when you came here, you faced really tough challenges that escalated throughout the 1st 2 rounds.

  • Now we're sending you back to your home forges to recreate this iconic weapon from history.

  • The Sun model.

  • Holy, this thing is huge today.

  • I gotta try and figure out forging on this plate.

  • I've never made anything as big as this before.

  • It'll be a unique challenge is what I'm starting with Big old piece 51 60.

  • My Forge only has about 18 inches over.

  • You'd be working on a little bit of time.

  • Try and keep it simple.

  • Get something Drawing out the size of this thing is gonna be gigantic.

  • Damn, We got, like, good start, End of day one.

  • I got the whole blade forged out to a really rough shape.

  • Play for tomorrow is to get to quench bythe.

  • Yesterday I was able to get the blade shaped where I want it.

  • Now I can get busy grinding and hopefully by the end of the day to get it quenched.

  • This is going to be a day filled with attention to detail.

  • This is the most nerve wracking part kind of the make or break moment.

  • So get it in the oil.

  • Perfect.

  • I pull it out.

  • I didn't get a curve on it.

  • I need it.

  • Toe Have a curve on it because that will allow it to function the way it needs to.

  • I've got to stick it back in the fire and I've got to get it quenched.

  • This is not what I wanted to have happen.

  • So here we go again.

  • Quench number two.

  • It didn't break best off.

  • There's a little bit of a curve in it.

  • Day two was an adventure.

  • Pretty happy with where I'm sitting right now.

  • So what I'm hoping to have done tomorrow is get the guard fitted up and be ready for the final day of fit and finish Morning of day two.

  • Goal for today is to get everything he treated.

  • Doing about everything I can to try and get it is even possible.

  • But you coming out of the question is gonna be a real challenge.

  • So I climbed down to force.

  • The idea here is to help try and keep it, uh, straight as I can, while it cools.

  • And today to have a quench blades.

  • So far, so good.

  • I'm doing okay.

  • A little tired.

  • Coffee and hate.

  • That's what I'm fueled by.

  • Just kidding.

  • Just coffee.

  • This morning.

  • The sword looks phenomenal.

  • Now, I can really start focusing on the fit and finish, So I'm gonna start working on my guard.

  • After a lot of fireworks, I get the guard fit right up to the shoulders.

  • It looks perfect.

  • Now it's time to start securing everything that seam there.

  • I'll fill with a piece of cord, and then that's gonna be wrapped back to 12 inches.

  • I've got to finish the handle, but I'm comfortable that I can get this blade done tomorrow.

  • Goals for today are getting Blake cleaned up ground and then moved to working on the handle.

  • Got the bevel ground in.

  • No.

  • Start working on getting this handle fit up.

  • I'm gonna glue these two pieces together, do some sculpting.

  • I'm actually gonna make a little bit smaller than I wouldn't because I plan on doing a rap, Have a little bit of time left.

  • So I start working on shaping the guard.

  • Little fit on guard.

  • I'm happy with shape.

  • overall.

  • Tomorrow's gonna be final.

  • Assembly blew up all that fun stuff.

  • I'm just glad Will hasn't shown up so far.

  • I'm glad there's no more parameters.

  • Like Funny.

  • Yeah, that'll work.

  • Placements welcome.

  • Keel test.

  • Well, you're Osama Douse aren't pocket dives.

  • It definitely looked very long.

  • But what kind of beef with damage can he do to find that out?

  • I will take your weapons, deliver some slashes and killing blows on this boar carcass.

  • Thank you.

  • Appreciate it for this.

  • Yes, sir.

  • Right, Dixon, A bunch.

  • Your weapon here.

  • Now, the design.

  • You have expected a bit more of a curve because of a straighter blade.

  • It feels more like I'm chopping before I'm drawing.

  • But as you can see, you look ill.

  • Thank you.

  • All right, Josh, Your turn.

  • So you ready?

  • Let's do it.

  • All right, John, talk about your blade.

  • Here.

  • The balance is good, and as much as I can feel the power in there, I can wield this weapon and develop some speed and power and the curvature that you have your does exactly what this kind of design is meant to do.

  • Every cut was very deep on this carcass.

  • Enough to where it cut all the way through.

  • And more importantly, you look ill.

  • Thank you.

  • All right, gentlemen, welcome to the strength test.

  • A test of strength and overall construction were blades.

  • I'll be chopping into pots and this horse skull.

  • Remember, gentlemen, this is not about what your blades due to the targets.

  • This about what those targets I'm gonna do to your blades.

  • Nick, your opera.

  • You ready?

  • Yes, sir.

  • All right, Nick.

  • So there's not really any chipping or rolling that I can feel.

  • It's just sort of has lost its its fine edge.

  • Most of these weapons have a bit more of a curve.

  • And this it's got about a slight curve, as I could call a curb.

  • Yes, sir.

  • It's a very, very flexible blade.

  • But it did well, so nice.

  • And, uh thank you, sir.

  • All right, Josh, let's do it.

  • So, Josh, very well crafted blade, which I like the guard, the dimensions, the size and shape of the handle.

  • All really beautiful.

  • Unfortunately, though, we've got some rolling on the edge of this blade.

  • You hear that?

  • Yes.

  • So you put a incredibly fine edge on this and it showed in the kill test, but, uh, not so good for hitting pots.

  • It's a great feeling weapon, but didn't take that engine damage.

  • All right, Please fit.

  • Now it's time to find out how sharp your blades are.

  • This is a sharp this test the duels, Sandman slice.

  • Now I'd like to strength.

  • It's This is all about what the edge of you bleed.

  • Does the sentiment take your first ready for this?

  • Yes, sir.

  • All right.

  • Next to talk about your blade here, but you could see it.

  • Cut the arms, the legs, This M bowl the rice off the tourist.

  • So overall, sir, it won't cut.

  • Thank you, sir.

  • Right, Josh, Your turn.

  • So you ready?

  • Let's do it.

  • All right, Josh, this'll is a cutter.

  • Just a design of it really lends itself to really draw.

  • Cut.

  • The cuts are very deep and they're very clean when you're cutting through.

  • The rolling it took did not affect its cutting ability.

  • So overall, sir, you will cut.

  • Thank you.

  • Blade Smiths, the judges deliberation is complete.

  • They've made their final decision.

  • The new force and Fire champion is Josh.

  • Congratulations, Nick.

  • Your blade didn't make the cut.

  • Doug.

  • Market is gonna tell you a lie, Nick does.

  • Amanda was designed to be a horse slayer Chopper.

  • The amount of flex you have on your blade and the lack of curvature made it performed less than that of your competitors.

  • All right, Nick, at this time, please leave before you come up for my friend.

  • I may not be the Forge new Fire champion, but by no means do I consider myself a loser.

  • Congratulations.

  • The sword that I made is something that I am extremely proud of.

  • And when it came down to the decision, today just wasn't my day.

  • Congratulations, Josh.

  • You're the fourth Fire champion.

  • And that's the title that comes with a check for $10,000 for a shaker.

  • I'm Fortune Fire champion, and I don't even know what to think.

Nick, just Congratulations.

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