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Re: BB/TDK Batarangs

its the ease on the machine is the point to consider

aluminum is so easily cut and can be done faster then some of the harder steels

we even talked about stainless so that there is no worry about rusting under the finish

more to think about


if you want to know something, the shuriken bat actually flys very very well, I used to have a dozen or so resin ones in the studio that we would always be throwing around and they are accurate if you know how to throw them, so like Z there, it would be cool if they could be tossed around a bit without worry....

the answer to that might be a thrower grade piece instead of a display piece.... they wouldn't be finished and with carrier since they would be a tool instead of a museum piece

And what’s ten years? Well, it’s roughly how long it takes to put in ten thousand hours of hard practice. Ten thousand hours is the magic number of greatness.
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