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I Made a Metal Bounty Hunter Spear!

I Made a Metal Bounty Hunter Spear!
Watch me make a 2-Piece Metal Bounty Hunter Spear! This week for Weapons Wednesday, I wanted to give our customers an inside look at how we make prototypes for the weapons we manufacture. This is for Entertainment Purposes Only! Don't Try this at Home!

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One of the comments we regularly get on our YouTube channel is that customers would like to see how we make the weapons we manufacture. I've been wanting to make a Bounty Hunter Spear for quite a while now, so I thought it would be fun to show our customers how we make an initial prototype for something. After a prototype is complete, it goes through a lot of testing in order to determine ways we can improve it before we release an upgraded version on the KarateMart.com website.

After I finished making this 2-piece metal spear, I tested it out on a watermelon to see how sturdy it was. It actually performed great, but if we produce an upgraded model of this, we will probably have a different type of connector and will definitely add some grip-lines. Please let us know what you think in the comments below.

Here's the Video:



Let me know what you think in the comments below!

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1 Comment(s)
Arron
5/20/21 - 9:37pm
As a weapons nut, I completely loved your spear! I've bought a few heads from Cold Steel (when you could still get them) and I've got a big piece of bloodwood that I'm going to be making handles out of. I could use a lathe that would do the work, I'll be doing it all by hand.

Anyway, love what you did!

Arron

Response from Kyle: Thank you so much Arron! I really appreciate the compliment! I made this video after the employees had left on a Tuesday night and had to rush it to have it ready for Weapons Wednesday, but I think it shows our general process for creating a beginning prototype pretty well. Good luck with your spear! I'm sure it will turn out amazing!

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