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This is my only acquisition of the year, a Mongol bow.
It’s laminated with horn glued on one side and sinew on the other
What a beast! It almost looks photoshopped in that pic where he's holding it.
How thick is the spine on those R knives?
Oh no :( Thoughts and prayers to the family
I needed something fancy to bring to Mongolian/Tibetan new year, which began yesterday I think. I used to use a nice bone handled Buck 119, but...
That's the one! I want something a bit fancier for the sheath. Maybe it's worthy of some pug pants?
Normally I only like "historical style" pattern welding, but this one spoke to me. Hand made in Hungary. I just need to get a...
I wonder if that foxy folly would make a good hiking camping knife. I've always liked the klvuk for that but something a little lighter would be nice.
Smoke and prayers on the way from the nation's capital
Man those Sarge's look just perfect. Definitely going to be my next buy when I have two pennies to together.
Love that Tiger Killer. Looks like the HI version of a Buck knife.
I have a Rajkumar Bashpati nearly identical to that one. It's a beautifully shaped piece of metal. It almost looks like it was naturally formed...
Whew! Glad someone else got it.
Am I the only one who thinks that butterfly sword is the best of the group?
My Tibetan long sword has a very similar red mark on the hilt, gotta remember to take a picture of it.
So awesome to have the back story and family connection, and a very handsome knife to boot! Definitely a family heirloom.
Scandi edged knives...
How'd it come to lose its original handle, Issun?
Wow! Master artistry from one end to the other.
Here's a joke from another era: how is a teacher like a stamp?
A stamp sticks with a lick, a teacher licks with a stick.