YouTube seems to be having trouble playing my videos at the right resolution. To see this in 1080 high definition, you may have to set the resolution manually.
All weapons shown are from the collection of Mick Skelly. All bronze casting was done by Neil Burridge.
I'm still being dogged by technical hitches, but seem gradually to be overcoming them. The sound on this video is very different from the sound I hear when I'm editing. Still, I hope it's clear enough.
I see that YouTube is actually suggesting the key word 'ninja' for this video. I shall resist.
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