字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 ♪ ♪ - Billy, Robert, congratulations. You've made it to the final round of this competition. Now, we're sending you back to your home forges to recreate an iconic weapon that helped win World War II. ♪ ♪ The Scottish backsword. ♪ ♪ Now I'm gonna be pretesting Churchill's Scottish backsword. The Scottish backsword is actually a very unique weapon because of that big guard basket hilt that it has over there. When you pick it up, you realize, wow, this is on a straight on attack. You're not able to really extend your wrist this way for extension for thrusting and everything else. It's gotta be at an angle because there's weight to that. So I'll just find my way. Boom. [gurgling, whooshes] - Yeah. - If you're not a user, sometimes you create the hilt just to protect it. But you don't understand what's happening on the inside. When you're moving the wrist, when you're moving the hand inside there, it shouldn't be hitting anything. It shouldn't be an issue at all. And the weight distribution of that should not put a lot of stress on your wrist. The basket hilt alone dictates how your wrist will move in there or can't move in there. Four, five, punch. What I loved about that broadsword was that I was looking at the basket hilt-- it protects my hand, it protects me. But at the same time, I'm in the feeling that, hey, my best defense is an offense. So to me, that's a piece of metal that's surrounding my hand, I gotta punch with it. It's an iron boxing glove. ♪ ♪ Oh, [bleep]. During the pretest, we do have a set plan, but sometimes it changes. Sometime the weapon performs better, and we're expecting, okay, you should get this down in five strikes. After two, it's like, done. ♪ ♪ I will not be denied.