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    Default Zayne Carrick from KoTOR comics

    It's been a while since I've made a lightsaber. Like, from scratch, cuttin & sandin, band-aids & swearing...yeah... gettin back to ma roots... feeding the addiction... and all that good stuff.

    It's mostly scrap tube and MHS, Jedi Pico, AW 18650...and some blood, yeah, I cut myself, but I'm okay now.


    Part one has more talk about general lightsaber building and parts, but it's before I put the guts in. Part 2 is the demo and turning on.


    Part 1
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdOj5MyKc3k

    Part 2
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmCqkGbX3Ws




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    Wicked looking Saber! Love it!

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    Looks nice! Well done and with a used look, right up my alley.

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    Definitely weathered. Clean is pretty - but Dirty is Real!

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    That's super cool! Definitely gave me some new ideas on assembly.
    "Peace is a lie. Perhaps the greatest of them all. Peace, or a lack of change equals Death. If the waters of a pool cease to move, and become stagnant, the waters poison themselves, and kill all who drink from it. Chaos, on the other hand, brings great change. Should the pool be over taken by a river, life springs anew.
    -Lord Malyce, Exile of Sith, First Warrior of Sands

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    Awesome! Btw, none of the techniques that I described in e videos are new.

    Smithys (old and really old) have been using reverse set screws, switch modifications, MHS butchery, etc. FO-RE-VER!

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