I recorded a false start to this one (I stopped when I thought I had forgotten to turn the microphone on), and in that false start I did mention the word 'tang', which is conspicuous by its absence in this video - the restart. This video is about riveted hilts and blades, as opposed to the later rival design: the tang.
I'm still yet to get the hang of my new editing software. There seems to be no way to apply more than one effect to a sound track, which partially explains the odd sound quality.
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