Thread: Blades, blades, blades
4/04/2007 2:14pm, #71
Thanx for the info, GuiltySpark.
Unfortunately I'm also not good in swords, just quietly adoring and envying a bit (gonna get myself something like you did when I grow up), so I can't give you advice on which smaller sword to chose.
I'm sure RockApe/Dave or somebody with a lot of sword experience is going to help you out though...
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6/05/2007 7:16pm, #72
SOG seal pup (with stupidly large case) and fusion tomahawk
6/05/2007 7:20pm, #73
Do you know how many lap dances you could have bought for what that thing cost?
I hear Canadian strip joints are the best!
6/05/2007 11:23pm, #74
Dude you have no idea. By the girls second dance onstage their completly naked ,to start! When I was in the US I was outaged over the girls keeping their underwear on. RTFO! :)
6/07/2007 2:50pm, #75
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6/15/2007 1:04pm, #76
Tomahawks are choice. I was one of the few guys I ever saw with them in the military. Way better for breaking up hard ground than the e-tool, smashing windows if they have a tungsten back tip, etc. Goes on and on. Great tool.
Red Beach has a lot of my tomahawk marks in it.
I have some sog knives, a fusion, and a benchmade auto that is quite illegal here in Kalifornia.
No real favorite, except maybe my Merkur Fusion Safety Razor:
8/14/2007 9:30pm, #77
I finally got a decent stiletto! Bought it off a guy for $100.00. They are pretty hard to find here. It is a China blade but sturdier than most of the flimsy ones you see around (like the other one I have).
It has the markings ROC on it..so I am assuming that stands for Republic Of China. Otherwise, there are no markings and the spring action is good.:toothy5:" If one wants to have a friend one must also want to wage war for him: and to wage war one must be capable of being an enemy." - Fr. Nietzsche 'On The Friend' Thus Spake Zarathustra
8/14/2007 10:25pm, #78
we DO have way better strip joints that the US
8/14/2007 10:56pm, #79
Tell me you didn't resurrect this pathetic excuse for a thread to rub my nose in it.
8/14/2007 11:52pm, #80Originally Posted by OZZ