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Milled bars of 3.05 mm, this thickness allows you to avoid grinding and is particularly suitable for the manufacture of folding knife blades which...
Milled bars of 3.05 mm, this thickness allows you to avoid grinding and is particularly suitable for the manufacture of folding knife blades which are most often made with 3 mm thick springs. Quenching temperature: 1050 ° C
Bar width: 26 mm
Heimskringla refers to the Saga of the Kings of Norway. It is a collection of sagas written in Islandes in the 13th century.
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Heimskringla is an important literary work on Norse mythology and the history of the Scandinavian kings. Written by Icelandic historian Snorri Sturluson, it recounts the sagas of the Norse kings, from the legends of the Norse gods to medieval times. Heimskringla offers valuable insights into the culture, politics and epic tales of this region, contributing to our understanding of Scandinavian history.