Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Bill1225, Nov 4, 2018.
Here’s another picture Of my dads WWII USN MK2 it’s well used and has a long ways to go
I'm sure a nice set of Wusthof, Henckels, or something on that level kitchen knives would be appreciated.
An Old kinfolk. Carried by my uncle in Korea
A couple nice looking field knives from Larry Mensch:
and for serious protection, a Ken Largin Bowie:
A little late, but here's (one) of my favorites:
Case 6347HP from about 1974.
It might not be much but one knife on my must have list right now is the Crkt Plier
Least used, but most loved would be this US military knife. I inherited it from my Grandfather, who died 10 years before I was born.
We wasn't a vet, but his brother was, and I'm guessing that's where it came from.
Love the M3 Fighting Knife along with that superb example of an Mle. 1892! Thanks for sharing them with us!
Nothing says " YOU WILL pay attention to me!" than a sharp railroad spike! .
I don't have one
I wouldn't know how to use one
The halberd or the Swiss Guard? lol
If you have to dress like that to use one, I'll pass
"The total set of Renaissance style clothing weighs 8 pounds (3.6 kg), and may be the heaviest and most complicated uniform in use by any standing army today.
A single uniform requires 154 pieces and takes nearly 32 hours and 3 fittings to complete."
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