Forged in Fire Season 6

Premiere Date, Full Episodes

Forged in Fire season 6 started airing on Wednesday, February 6, 2019. Subscribe below for season Six fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale - Jul 24, 2019. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S6E1 Long Road to Redemption Part 1

S6E2 Long Road to Redemption Part 2

S6E3 Washington's Colichemarde

S6E4 The O-Katana

S6E5 The Hussar Saber

S6E6 Barbarian Sword

S6E7 The Javanese Kris

S6E8 General Yamashita's Gunto

S6E9 The Greek Kopis

S6E10 Branch Battle: Army

S6E11 Branch Battle: Air Force

S6E12 Branch Battle: Marines

S6E13 Branch Battle: Navy

S6E14 Branch Battle: Finals

S6E15 The Nagamaki

S6E16 Attila's Sword of Mars

S6E17 The Partizan

S6E18 The Messer Sword

S6E19 The Ram Dao

most recent episode S6E20 The Foot Artillery Sword

next episode S6E21 Astronaut Knife

S6E22 The Lochaber Axe

How many episodes are in season 6 of Forged in Fire?

The season consists of 22 episodes.


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State & Union: Case knives to be featured on History's 'Forged in Fire' tonight - Olean Times Herald - via Oleantimesherald

“Both the V-42 and the Fixed Blade Survival Machete were made by Case during WWII, as most manufacturing was devoted to the war effort,” reads the show’s description. “In all, the U.S. government called on Case to make dozens of customized knives during WWII for each branch’s unique needs.”

Tucson blacksmith set to appear on History Channel's 'Forged in Fire' - by Tucsonnewsnow

Kring has made hundreds of custom pieces, and decided to submit his work to "The History Channel," for a chance to appear on "Forged In Fire." The show pits bladesmiths against each other in a series of challenges to see who can make the best knife. After hours of interviews, he was flown to Connecticut earlier this summer to compete. 

Massive New York fire started by amateur bladesmith attempting to imitate History Channel's 'Forged in Fire' - by Foxnews

An amateur bladesmith trying to forge metal in an attempt to mimic a method he saw on the History Channel’s “Forged in Fire” sparked a massive blaze that destroyed more in 20 buildings in upstate New York, confirmed Mayor Shawn Morse.

Man mimicking History Channel show accused of starting massive fire - by Texomashomepage

"We often tell people we don't allow open burns in the city, and they often say, 'What's the worst that could happen?'" Morse told the Times Union. "Well, this open burn just caused millions of dollars of damage and destroyed half our downtown."

Fan Buzz

It teaches barely nothing about weapon manufacturing and the weapon testing is boring compared to Forged in Fire. I've seen historically accurate-ish of high skill (such as the rapier used as a slashing weapon, or the gladius' round handle) lose to more ergonomic designs. I understand that would be quite boring, but it actually diverts to the skill of the craftsmen who do create HRC64+ blades, from a blade that simply cuts coconuts. This show is amazing, I am hooked and love to watch this program. I love the different Techniques used in the show and the rules.


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