Forged in Fire: Bladesmithing Slang | History


From “potato chip” to “indexing,” Wil gets a crash course in bladesmithing jargon as the “Forged in Fire” judges discuss the slang that’s used around the forge. #ForgedInFire

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Forged in Fire
Season 3
Episode 26
Xiphos Sword

In each stand alone episode, four new contestants battle it out in a quest to prove they can build a particular weapon better than anyone else–and they’re doing it by hand. This is the show that turns the craftsmanship, legend and excitement of weapons-building into an against-the-clock battle of wits, resourcefulness, and ingenuity.

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