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I don't want to make a weapon that will fail safety, so I am asking for some advice.I intend to make a hand ax using some dense foam for the blade. It is stiff enough to hold a shape, but will give when it impacts a person. I was wondering if this is a good idea (should I use something denser?)Also should I use layers of open cell foam for the striking edge like a thrusting tip, or should I use 5/8" foam leftover from making a sword?What have other people used?
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