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Not much to say, really. Cut out of a very thin (1/32"?) SS sheet, which is nice because:

-If/when it bends, it can be straightened with your hands.

-It will never rust. Given how these are used, that is fairly important.

The inside curves were a pain with the angle grinder, but the end result is great fun to use. The edges don't need to be particularly sharp, either. On a hard throw, it sinks ~1/2" into a fenceboard. Any of you that have never used a shuriken, I would have to recommend it.

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By the way, does anyone know how to rotate a picture in a post? The fence picture was autorotated to the horizontal.
 

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I cut big ones out of circle saw blades with a plasma cutter they work great
 

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Very cool, DC!

The shape is really handsome.

I have a set of spikes I used to fling at a stump with friends in highschool.. Good times.
 

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Very cool, DC!

The shape is really handsome.

I have a set of spikes I used to fling at a stump with friends in highschool.. Good times.
Thanks! I'd love to take credit, but I got the shape from someone else. ;)

Like a kunai? That does sound fun.
 
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