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Ammnra Codex Page by ammnra Ammnra Codex Page by ammnra
Recently discovered page on advanced hidden blade design by Leonardo da Vinci's decendant Chris "Ammnra" Myles....

ooooor a little fun in Photoshop and SolidWorks.

I'm not planning on making more of or selling this prop.
I'm not planning on posting further how to's, instructions, guides, etc...
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tomytieneblas74 Featured By Owner May 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Looks complex. ..
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lightning-in-my-hand Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i would like you to join the assassins, mister Myles.  You would be a very valuable ally.
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JackDeFerrari Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
What's the black part on the locking mechanism? Is it a spring? And what do the two ''arms'' Beside tho other part of the mechanism? If someone could answer my question I would be very thankful.
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colbmista Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2013
a spring obv
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JackDeFerrari Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks, but what are the two "sticks" across from it?
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Kiba-Kurokage Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2013
Those are the blade locks I think, when the blade it forward, it sticks behind the fins to prevent the blade from sliding back in, and the other locks behind the fin when it is fully retracted, preventing the blade from falling out.  Look up OTF switchblades to get a better idea how this stuff works.  ^^;
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colbmista Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2013
i am guessing a guide area for the string
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Saploerex Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013
'I'm not planning on posting further how to's, instructions, guides, etc...'
Well, that's perfectly alright because with these schematics I can probably make my own.
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Killianc97 Featured By Owner May 4, 2013
Once me and my friend figure this out in great detail I will post an Autocad drawing that is fully dimensioned
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NoahNotorious Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
If you're willing to take the time to learn on your own you'll find making these would be pretty simple
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