Man At Arms: Reforged: Predator Blades (Alien vs. Predator)

Predator Blades (Alien vs. Predator)

Every other Monday, our team of blacksmiths and craftsman will build some of your favorite weapons, and some weapons that you've never seen before. This week, we're recreating the badass Predator's blades (aka: Gauntlet Knives) from the Alien vs. Predator movie.

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I'm junkie for these build kind of things. Personally, I think this could have been twice as long with more detail of the processes and more tool porn. I just can't enough of big workshop tools.

Ooh, I'm happy to see this on here. My friends and I really enjoy Man at Arms, although I never actively seek it out. I did prefer the series before the reforged change in smiths, but it's still really cool.

I saw when this went up yesterday and then vanished almost immediately; made me wonder what was going on.

flying_whimsy:
I saw when this went up yesterday and then vanished almost immediately; made me wonder what was going on.

Just some tech stuff that wasn't working right. Going forward it will publish on Mondays every other week.

Slycne:

flying_whimsy:
I saw when this went up yesterday and then vanished almost immediately; made me wonder what was going on.

Just some tech stuff that wasn't working right. Going forward it will publish on Mondays every other week.

Ooh, neat. I'm looking forward to it.

I've seen this happen a couple of times with new content, so I figured it was something tech related.

I approve of this love of the Predator's tools. Stuff like this makes me wish I was better at mechanical stuff.

All well, there's always cool stuff on the in-ter-net.

This is the kind of show i like. definitely going to be watching this.

Though when the opening of first episode is youtube comments it looks really strange.

This is an excellent addition to the line up.

Yeah, the chopping stuff up bit at the end was a little silly, but I can't deny them a bit of fun after all that hard work and boy did they look like they were having fun.

The craftsmanship and design work was enthralling (but then I am a sucker for this kind of thing) and I'm looking forward to more.

 

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