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lol it seems there is a thread for almost everything >.> but i came up with a new one lets show off any bladed weapons like swords and knives guns arent really liked here
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wow are those real??
yes lol all of those are battle ready >.>
I remember you wielding one in one of your pics
I'll take a photo of some of my blades sometimes tonight.
EDIT: My beauties! XD
Oddly enough, no thieves have attacked my house yet.
haha cool shit >.> i ahve seen that katana on the place i buy my weapons from >.> lol[br]Posted on: June 13, 2006, 08:06:11 PM_________________________________________________http://www.trueswords.com/ninja-katana-stealth-attack-p-14.html haha thats it isnt it?
its basicly a dup of my sword except with diffrent colors >.>
I like my colors better ;D
But I guess. My uncle gave it to me; he taught classes that involved swordplay, I guess, and ordered some stuff from a supplier, and got some extras. (I didn't really know him that well, tho.)
The knife, I got last Christmas ^^ Thought it was pretty wicked-looking XD
it is i really like it i just had my graduation party about $300 + i have $200+ left over on my debit card from when i went to canada >.> im lookin to buy something REALLY nice but im not sure
If you enjoy knives, go for it XD They ARE fun to collect.
But you'd probably want to save that money since it sounds like you might be doing some celebrating with friends. Graduation parties last throughout the month XD
not really -.- i dont party much =/ + im sorta the loser of the class w/ like no friends at all x.x lol
that's usually the guy that gets rich and all the pretty ladies, the guy that was least noticed in his class xD don't sweat it dude, just live your life and I guess get a cool knife for now XD
lol yea >.> just keep programing i guess _-_;
...i just added another 2 names to the list of ppl to avoid in a dark alley...
but seriously, that's a cool collection atma/GK. i remember guys in my class going ga-ga over butterfly knives (i think that's what they're called).
@GK: where did you get that collection of throwing discs (or whatever the actual name is)?
@atma: why not collect some 'keris'? its the traditional weapon round this part of asia. its a short knife and the blade is (generally) in a wavy form. there are actually other blade designs. the story goes that good keris have mystical powers and can sense danger and will warn its owner of the danger.
lol they're called throwing stars, and i never even heard of a keris untill just now >.> lol, haha just looked up what they were on wiki, i used to have a little knife made of peuter that was a keris but i broke one day when i droped it x.xOriginally Posted by Brede
Yeah, butterfly knivesOriginally Posted by Brede
Throwing stars and my uncle gave these to me too.Quote:
When I first saw this thread, I thought it's gonna be just about weapons in manga or anime. Turns out this thread is awesome.
I'm a huge Star Wars and Star Trek fan (still can't figure out if I'm a trekker or trekkie, I don't even know what those words suppose to mean).
This is a Bat'leth (Klingons traditional weapon). I had it made last year with the help of a friend who happens to know a blade maker. It's 116 cm, but only weighs about 4.2 kilograms (should be 5.3 kg). I got this picture from wiki, since this is the one I use as the model for the blade maker. Currently it's sitting in my closet back home out of anyone's reach.
And 3 light sabers (just the handle). My best friend gave them to me for my birthday for the last 3 years. My favorite is Mace Windu's, since the saber is purple.
Still can't figure out how to post image here.
As for Keris, it's one of the traditional weapon here. I read in a book that Keris made by great smiths (called "Empu") are sculpted with their hands, they don't need hammer or flame to heat/melt the blade. You can check out lots of 'em at: http://keris.fotopic.net