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As you can see, this is a dude who doesn't afraid to take well-lit macro shots of his work, LOL! :D
Through a series of happenstances, a brand-new Lhotak @BladeMan titanium knife made its way to the USA and ended up with me. This is one of the...
Almost all back work is completed, with the main one being this titanium san mai ring dao:
The details are in...
In on 2
My favorite blades are often hybrids between a sword (IMO a weapon foremost by design) and a useful machete (meant to be a useful...
In my opinion, generally speaking, no.
Machetes are designed for a totally different purpose than a sword. Machetes are made to cut plant matter...
Hell ya, it's a 3V blade! :D
I just go as close to zero as I can.
Thought I'd heard my name being called, but when peering into the distance, all I could see was an empty wasteland devoid of avatars...
I believe what you meant to type was, Ben "Oak Snapper" Greenberg's Legendary Woods of Myth and Lore. o_O
Stacy "Ironcrusher" Apelt's Galactic Steelworks, Unlimited :D
That's a good one. Makes me think of a bear trap. Trapjaw Folder Company. Steel Trap Folders.
Oh, no problem! We here at Mad Science Forge are a font of good ideas and are pleased when one of them is used!
You could add a little flair,...
Couple other good examples of applying The Formula:
Razorback Tusk Steel Studios
Eviscerated Innards Shankworx
Nefarious Nives Nation
After reading about the Djatlov Pass incident, it sounds to me like territorial Yetis attacked the camp.
Thanks everyone. :p
What we'll do is apply The Formula: powerful noun + epic verb + Xtreme adjective = badass name (not necessarily in that...
Love his stuff.
Well then, guess I'm coming to Atlanta. :eek::D
Nor sure. I'll likely make it to the Blade Show West in California because it's easily driveable, but getting all the way to Atlanta can be a...