Skills & Training
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Updated 12-06-2012 at 11:59 AM by Blues
There is nothing like a deal gone wrong to help lessen your desire to trade knives or other gear. The purpose of this entry is to serve as a type of framework that will increase the chances of satisfaction of both parties involved. It is my hope that this will teach newbies a thing or two and will remind the more experienced that each transaction should be treated as if it is the one we will be judged by for all time. You'd think that this would be pure common sense, but apparently not. Some people
Updated 07-13-2012 at 02:07 PM by RevDevil
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Updated 06-13-2011 at 10:41 PM by RevDevil
I don't know much about this one, I've always associated Imperial with the mass production tin shell knives, you know the kind that had the crimped liners that actually formed a faux bolster with thin plastic sleeves that made the scales.
I'm not sure but I'd bet they made these by the hundred thousands or more, they were dollar knives back in the day but they were still a good knife the price if ya used it within it's capabilities.
Here's a treat I found in a house I tore
Let me preface by saying the following: This is not a "let's hate on the Prac Tac guys" post. It's not a dick measuring contest about martial arts, knife fighting, sword play, or fancy fighting techniques. What it is, is a post to clear up a few misconceptions some people seem to have about the people they "train" to defend against.
I watch television in my spare time (which is scarce) and I really like the Sportsman Channel, especially on Thursday -- that's when all the