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Pics of your weapons

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by Mokwepa, May 15, 2009.

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  1. Mokwepa

    Mokwepa Member

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    Hi

    Im surprised that this isnt on here yet. I dont know if it will work due to the large amount of non firearm weapons, but how about posting one pic per member with ALL your weapons. Thats right, everything(even the firearms, but remember----ONE PIC PER MEMBER).

    I have to get a few of mine fron JHB to get them all together, and as soon as ive done that, ill have mine up.

    What do you think, will it work? I know ive been keen to get a pic of them all together....show the grandkids one day.

    LETS SEE SOME PICS.
     
  2. glistam

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    All of them? Well that definitely wouldn't be practical in my case. And I don't even own any guns (see my location if you want to know why).
    I might post a pic of all the one's I carry though (not carry all at once, but at one point or another)
     
  3. 22-rimfire

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    No can do, bud. I don't see your picture.
     
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    My picture would be too big to show em all or too small to see anything
     
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  6. Todd A

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    I couldn't possibly post a pic of every "weapon" in my house.

    But when I read this post earlier today I looked in my pockets. Gotta love cargo shorts.:)

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    After taking stock of what was/is in my pockets, I was/am shocked to notice I don't have a "weapon" on me.:what:

    I've spent all day being unarmed.;)
     
  7. Geno
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    I prefer a non-firearm weapon that can pass through metal detectors, I can't forget, that fits comfortably in my shirt, and that is so natural it's as though I was born with it. <<pause>> Oh...I was born with it. :eek:

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    The mind is the only true weapon, everything else is just a tool.
     
  9. glistam

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    The gloves are shot-loaded.
     
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    No can do. I lost count around 120.
     
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    Where did you get those gloves?
     
  12. Mokwepa

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    OK then, How about the ones you carry on a daily basis. I ll put mine on today.
     
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    These
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    Or these
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  14. Mokwepa

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    Nice pics, thats more like it.

    What folder is that-not the BM
     
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    These are mine.
    Remember that im a guide so they dont need to be conceald.

    CZ 550 in .375h&h, Astra 38spl, leatherman surge, CS Rajah2, 4cell led maglight, radio(to call for help when i run out of ammo:D)
     

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    Nice.
     
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  18. popeyespappy

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    It is a Cold Steel Voyager. Medium Sized.

    To go along with your other thread I have several Cold Steel products including an ATC (no longer in production), a Recon Scout and a Master Hunter. All these are in the neighborhood of 20 years old and made with Carbon V steel that is no longer available. The Master Hunter has been my go to skinning and general duty camp knife for years but I am currently considering replacing it with a Bark River Gameskeeper or maybe a Fallknivin.
     
  19. Mokwepa

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    If you look on my belt, you will see the day to day carry. The 38 was in my vehicle, not in my holster on my belt and the maglight was in my jacket pocket.
     
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    Todd A, What are those two fixed blades?
     
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    Both are customs from JK Handmade Knives.

    This is John's "Hiker" model. Mine has a 3 7/8" blade,its 1/8" thick O1, with Black micarta scales, red liners,thumb serrations. 8" OAL.

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    And John called this a mini-Nessmuck 1 1/2" blade, also 1/8" O1,Walnut scales and 4"OAL.

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    Not to disrespect the OP, but this section is for non-firearm weapons. By the way, nice CZ! Had one myself in .375 H&H Mag, and sold it. :banghead:
     
  24. Mokwepa

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    Where else should we put "all your weapons"?, cant put it on the firearm section....with all these cool knives.

    Oh, i dont like the cz550, horible thing, but it does go bang. Its issued by my lodge so im not going to mess my personal 375 up when they give me one. The ZKK602 Brno was much better. I have a CZ action fitter with a bull barrel and custom english stock.

    OK OK enough talk on guns.
     
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    Todd A, thanks for the info. They are truly beautiful knives.
     
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