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i think pewter ones are usually for decoration/paper knife.Originally Posted by _ATMA
@ichimaru : noooooooo not another star wars fan my bro is a big star wars nut as well. he's also collecting light sabers, figurines and even bought a Darth vader mask/helmet thingy (or whatever its called). he scared the living daylights out of our dog when he ran out from the house waving the light saber with the mask on *sigh*
.... how old is he jeez lolOriginally Posted by Brede
What about some real weapons?
You know what'd be cool to own? Asuma's knucle knives. I've always wanted to own a katana. >_>;; Neko Nax! post your stuff here!
Well, I never walk around the house with masks or lightsabers. I dont cosplay, but one time I did KISSplay (I dressed up as Gene Simmons).Originally Posted by Brede
But I almost scared my aunt when she accidentally look into my closet and found my Bat'leth. She thought I'm a psychokiller or sumthin'... Good thing she thought I'm not...
you mean these? http://www.trueswords.com/black-sent...ife-p-931.html lolOriginally Posted by Dragonzair
erm...she would have to tell you that after seeing that huge bat'leth neh?Originally Posted by ichimaru_gin_n_tonic
Well here's a small selection of mine
Okay, that last one's not a weapon but I love my Haori
Missing from the pics are the medeival axe, the mace and some shurikens. Am currently saving up for a shinken ... £500 pounds on my way so far, about £2500 to go.
Why only bladed weapons?
No love for the staff users among us.
You make a good point ... I forgot about my staff Why only bladed weapons? The communities big enough, I'm sure; how about we see some real weapons, like uzi's and rocket launchersQuote:
i never really thought of staffs >.> lol i just dont wana see guns on the topic >.> but staffs are fine
well I dont own any myself, but here is some intersting clips of some one who owns them using them professionaly.
the art of cutting using a japanese sword is called tamashigiri I think, and those wooden pieces ar japanese tatami matts that are rolled up, they very good practice of cutting.
the person who is cutting (instructor James Williams) is a swords maker himself if you go through his websites to his links you will find many interesting(expensive) and qulity things, he is an instructor in samurai arts and a russian martial art, have a look at his website, he is a very interisting guy.
erm...u mean like and ? yes...you do that...(hears police siren blasting their way to the door)Originally Posted by cap14