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Discussion in 'The Gallery' started by makandr, Jun 1, 2014.
I bought it's twin last Friday!
Can you tell us more about this knife? Is it fir sale anywhere?
My design,stainless wootz, Paraguayan iron tree, titanium. Not for sale.
My friends, do not neglect disinfection God grant you health!
Couteux a la D' Estaing.
This one is a Linder, there are also a couple of manufacturers here in Italy still making this kind of knife.
You are right.
I have such a magic box if you remove the hoes from it and dig a little you can find a few similar knives ...
Traditional Russian breakfast - buckwheat with turkey and salad - tomatoes, cucumbers and radishes...
If I got it right you are about to publish a book aout knives/your knife collection?!?
You are right. My books:
Military knives and daggers
20th Century Army Short Blade
Fighting and utility knives
Edged weapons in the collection of the Russian Museum of Ethnography.
On the way to the apocalypse: from a hunting dagger to a survival knife. Book One: Confessions of a Collector.
Neat! Let me know once it is on the shelves please. I would love to get a copy. All tough I do not read Cyrillic, the photos will be interesting.
No, this book is not intended for sale abroad it is very Russian and written for Russian readers. Abroad I will sell it only to Russians living there .. sorry. After I publish the second part I will make an abridged compilation of two books and publish in English specifically for foreign readers. The Russian version has a lot of things that a foreigner cannot understand. This is not just a guide to knives this is my discussion of the various aspects of times and events in which knives were used. And in an English-language compilation I will remove all this why bother the mind of a politically correct audience? I'm not cosmopolitan ...