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I'm Matt, I'm Kerri, we are the stag. My brother's a Baltimore knife and sword. We're going to be building some of your favorite weapons, some weapons you've never seen before. This is Man-at-Arms Reforged. The Vikings are known for having many epic legends, but one stands out more than any other and that is the whole-furred sword. Not only the most legendary sword from history, but also one of the most requested online. The steel for the old vert sword is crucible steel. It was probably imported from the Middle East, mixing cast iron and pure iron in something that's called a crucible. Cast iron would have been placed at the bottom and pure iron on top. I'm adding a little bit of charcoal to eat up some of the oxygen that will be sealed in the crucible. Then the cap simple clay cap comes on and then I'm sealing the crucible with more clay. The cap protects the steel from being saturated with more carbon from the atmosphere inside the furnace. If the carbon saturates the steel too much, it will turn into cast iron, and we don't want that. This is our crucible, let's make an Oprah. What's happening is the crucible is standing on what's called a Flint, in our case it's a brick, in the middle of the remelt. It keeps it a little bit up over the floor around it. Matt is going to pour charcoal and the charcoal is going to be a lid on fire, producing very high temperature. Most of our smelters are made out of brick, surrounded and packed by clay. Our top few layers are just dry stack. Pretty soon this pillar of smoke will turn into flame, and then that's when we know we're starting to get up...