"So, I takin' the kaiser blade; some folks call it a sling blade, I call it a kaiser blade; and I hit my mother up side the head with it. Killed her."    Karl Childers - "Sling Blade"

"So, I takin' the kaiser blade; some folks call it a sling blade, I call it a kaiser blade; and I hit my mother up side the head with it. Killed her." Karl Childers - "Sling Blade"

A kaiser blade, or sling blade, is a heavy, hooked, steel blade at the end of a 40-inch (100 cm) handle that is usually made of hickory. It is used to cut brush, briar, and undergrowth.[1] The blade is double-edged, and both sides are usually kept sharp. Other common names for this tool are ditch bank blade, briar axe, and surveyor's brush axe. [Wikipedia]

A kaiser blade, or sling blade, is a heavy, hooked, steel blade at the end of a 40-inch (100 cm) handle that is usually made of hickory. It is used to cut brush, briar, and undergrowth.[1] The blade is double-edged, and both sides are usually kept sharp. Other common names for this tool are ditch bank blade, briar axe, and surveyor's brush axe. [Wikipedia]

J.F.Sebastian's Kaiser, Blade Runner. Pencil Drawing.

J.F.Sebastian's Kaiser, Blade Runner. Pencil Drawing.

This is a Kaiser blade, but some folks call it a sling blade. It was discovered in carry-on bag at the Chicago O’Hare International Airport. If you find yourself needing to travel with one of these, please place it in your checked bag. #mhm #TSAGoodCatch

This is a Kaiser blade, but some folks call it a sling blade. It was discovered in carry-on bag at the Chicago O’Hare International Airport. If you find yourself needing to travel with one of these, please place it in your checked bag. #mhm #TSAGoodCatch

No biscuits and mustard were discovered with this Kaiser blade. It was found in a carry-on bag at the George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston (IAH). Kaiser blades (some folks call them sling blades) are prohibited in carry-on bags. If your travels require that you bring your blade, please pack it in your checked bag. #TSATravelTips #Mhm

No biscuits and mustard were discovered with this Kaiser blade. It was found in a carry-on bag at the George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston (IAH). Kaiser blades (some folks call them sling blades) are prohibited in carry-on bags. If your travels require that you bring your blade, please pack it in your checked bag. #TSATravelTips #Mhm

some folks call it a sling blade  i call it a kaiser blade

some folks call it a sling blade i call it a kaiser blade

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