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My two new Katanas

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by CDR_Glock, Sep 16, 2010.

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  1. CDR_Glock

    CDR_Glock Member

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    Dynasty Forge Musha Katana. Heavy and hard, this is great for true cutting.
     

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    Next up is the Paul Chen Practical Plus. This one is lighter and a lot easier to handle. It's crazy how a half pound and a longer handle is so much easier to wield.

    Sorry for two posts but I am surfing through the iPhone 4.

    I also grabbed a bunch of other knives:

    Cold Steel Magnum IX Tanto
    Bradley Mayhem Prototype
    Spyderco Szabofly
    Benchmade Balisong model 42 440 x 3
    Benchmade 154 CM
    Benchmade Infidel 3300
    Benchmade Balisong Model 51 and 32

    Now if I can find a nice Cold Steel Machete....
     

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    CDR -- nice one buddy --- yeah , maybe you do NEED a CS barong machete:D:evil:
     
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