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#385420 - 04/11/08 06:11 PM Re: Pictures of Your Weapon of Choice [Re: harlan]
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Ok here goes.












Edited by Neko456 (04/11/08 06:17 PM)
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#385421 - 04/11/08 06:25 PM Re: Pictures of Your Weapon of Choice [Re: Neko456]
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I believe that qualifies as an 'arsenal'. LOL!

I note a sword (or two?). Have you ever studied any koryu?

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#385422 - 04/12/08 02:15 AM Re: Pictures of Your Weapon of Choice [Re: harlan]
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Neko, are you a gun/weapons dealer?

This reminds me NOT to argue too much with you.

Does the 456 in Neko456 has something to do with your arsenal?
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#385423 - 04/12/08 03:00 AM Re: Pictures of Your Weapon of Choice [Re: ButterflyPalm]
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Wow It's like in the matrix when they say: "what do you need?, Guns, lots of guns." And you've got em. That is a seriously nice collection, how long has it taken to reach that amount?
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#385424 - 04/12/08 02:32 PM Re: Pictures of Your Weapon of Choice [Re: JoshuaMonjin]
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Harlan no just a litte Iaido and a little Kila and palor tricks, but I don't really train the sword fencing with the sword. Maybe you could work with me if we ever are to meet.

Butterfly palm - I'm not a weapon dealers just a Good ole boy from the midwest most of us have a small collections of favorites. Its either be there or be square.

JoshuaMonjin - It took a while I sold some of my revovlers and Taurus sig clones autos and held the ones that I trully liked. Trust me this is a small collection compare to some here.
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#385425 - 05/22/08 05:09 AM Re: Pictures of Your Weapon of Choice [Re: Ed_Morris]
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how do you put up photos (yes i'm new)
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#385426 - 05/22/08 05:11 AM Re: Pictures of Your Weapon of Choice [Re: TwinDragonsNinja]
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holy S*** are do going to do a heist or something i mean damn why do you need all those guns?
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#385427 - 12/27/08 02:31 AM Re: Pictures of Your Weapon of Choice [Re: TwinDragonsNinja]
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#385428 - 01/29/09 02:22 AM Re: Pictures of Your Weapon of Choice [Re: meteorhammer]
Triddle Offline
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I have a few different weapons, but the one I'll show here is my favorite sword. Its a pretty solid chopper, nice and durable, handles well enough, holds an edge exceptionally well and can take a good lot of punishing. Its seen a lot of treatment that many sword users would call abusive, but I prefer to think of it as 'testing'.


This is my sword, as you can see the wrapping of the handle has experienced pretty bad wear and tear, but the blade itself has excellent integrity.


An example of the blades integrity - It passed my 'stump biting' test with flying colours, biting deep (on every slice, not just the one where it went into a crack >_>) and taking no damage aside from extremely minor cosmetic damage which is easily fixed with a little blade care know how.


It handles nicely, I'm able to easily hit my mark with this blade, as in this example I threw an apple up and sliced it (not entirely impressive in itself, but with some swords I find this particular task difficult, which makes it a good sword-handling test) That said, it does feel a little heavy, but well balanced. Its definately a chopper more so than a cutter though.

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#424434 - 01/18/10 03:38 AM Re: Pictures of Your Weapon of Choice [Re: Triddle]
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Unfortunately no I don't own these, but one day I plan to. Been practicing with a pair of kali sticks doing the kata style stuff, not easy.

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