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Raptor wrote:Carrying weapons openly and dressing in cammies (even if legal in the area) will get you killed.
Kommander wrote:So now ... we [are] worried that we may be faced with multiple heavily armed and armoured assailants in our day to day life ... I must have accidentally stumbled into the Somalia chapter subform or something.
bigmattdaddywack wrote:Nice Knife, very nice.
You live in Brazil eh? Do you work for Taurus? I ask because many of us here have warranty issues to discuss.
Welcome man, really cool knife, I would say it was worth it and a good deal.
Storm Crow wrote:Beautiful Bowie. There are quite a number of skilled bladesmiths in Brazil and Argentina. If you don't mind sharing, who is your friend who made the Bowie? I'm curious if he's someone whose work I've seen on other forums.
You got a bargain!
Molon Labe wrote:That's a beautiful blade you got there, and the sheath is just icing on the cake. Very nice.
Fire wrote:Bowie looks awesome.... Btw, since you are from there, I am curious as to what the laws on weapons are in your country- can one carry a knife openly- what are the gun laws? I am curious about these issues and how they impact other societies than my own.... and I want to know what to expect should I find myself down that way....
JoeTosco wrote:Storm Crow wrote:Beautiful Bowie. There are quite a number of skilled bladesmiths in Brazil and Argentina. If you don't mind sharing, who is your friend who made the Bowie? I'm curious if he's someone whose work I've seen on other forums.
You got a bargain!
Hi Storm Crow!
Indeed, here we have a handfull of good knifemakers.
This one in particular is Jean Callegari, and his website is http://www.callega.com/
There's an english version there. Have fun.
By the way, I'm a fan of Neotribal Metalsmiths!
About 10 years ago I came across the website, and more recentrly saw a video from Woodsmaster series.
The idea of forging the simplest way attracted me, maybe one of this days I'll give it a try.
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