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Old 02-28-2017, 07:49 PM
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Default Colt Government model with sharp companion

I was feeling kind of old school today carrying a Colt Government model .45acp and a Cold Steel R1 Classic (a sadly discontinued copy of the Randall model 1-7). It occurred to me it was a fairly attractive combo, despite frequent use. Anyways thought I would share with folks who appreciate such things.

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Old 03-01-2017, 09:12 AM
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Blackjack model 1-7 copy of Randall #1

Cold Steel R1 Military Classic, copy of Randall #1


Cold Steel Black Bear Classic. A great subhilt fighter.

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Old 03-03-2017, 08:30 PM
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Pretty 1911, and nice blades! I have some Cold Steel stuff and SOG, but am bigger into machetes. If I had a good place to practice, I know it sounds stupid, but I would like to get my hands on a quality (1,500-2,000) Katana. I would need the wooden practice piece as well, not to mention someone who really knows how to use one, for instruction.

In the end times, if such a time exists and we survive that long, eventually the bullets will run out....time for a good blade or pike, and the knowledge on how to use it!
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I have a number of swords, WWII Shingunto NCO, Japanese artillery saber from the Russo-Japanese war and a couple of Prussian Cavalry sabers dated 1900 based on the old Napoleonic swords. Any of those would easily remove limbs.
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I have a number of swords, WWII Shingunto NCO, Japanese artillery saber from the Russo-Japanese war and a couple of Prussian Cavalry sabers dated 1900 based on the old Napoleonic swords. Any of those would easily remove limbs.
Well, can't say that I have any particular swords, but I have invested in a few nice Machetes. Eventually, one may run out of bullets, or would have the opportunity to defend one's self quietly.
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That is the nice thing about a blade, its always loaded and fairly quiet.
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