Facing a new twist in the first round, four bladesmiths must forge a karambit, a curved knife that resembles a claw; the final two competitors have five days to forge one of the deadliest weapons in African history, the makraka.
Brandi and Jarrod's mischievous side emerges during the action in Victorville, California. Ivy grabs a locker that no one else can tolerate, and Mary puts the new guy in his place.
Ivy takes it to the house in nearby Lancaster, California, while Dave takes advantage of being so close to Ivy. Justin pushes all of Rene's buttons and comes out ahead.
A Bible that belonged to Mickey Mantle throws Corey a curve ball in the shop.
A Monet landscape brushes into the shop and Rick decides what it is actually worth; an old firefighter station is brought in by a customer.
A test piece of Howard Hughes' Spruce Goose flies into the shop; pictures of celebrities painted by Stephen Fishwick.
In the Dallas community of Oak Cliff, Jenny and Mary fight over a locker containing old electronics; Ricky and Bubba's curio contains a hidden surprise; belief in magic allows one team to take flight.
Bad weather wreaks havoc on auctions in Mineral Wells. Many goodies lurk behind the lockers' doors, but the bidders must retain their focus.
The guys check out a Sharps buffalo rifle from the 1870's, Rick is offered an aphorism signed by Mark Twain and some Victorian-era pickle castors are brought in.
The guys check out an original work by Pablo Picasso, a guy comes in with a saddle used by John Wayne in the movie `True Grit' and a scissor katar knife from the 1800s.
The locker-lookers return to Montebello, Calif., where Darrell hopes to repeat past successes and Brandi learns that Jarrod is facing an important problem.
Rene and Casey take on rival couple Jarrod and Brandi, Darrell wins an intriguing locker after dodging a bullet and Ivy encounters a furry friend.
Ivy tries to continue his winning streak, Rene and Darrell play mind games and Jarrod and Brandi visit a crime scene and travel back in time.