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I suspect generic knock off of a Western or similar. Posting a picture is the only way that you are likely to get any kind of reasonable answer.
Agree with this, not impressed with the makers, but the knives themselves are nothing special. Maybe they were years ago when the market was...
Phillip Patton referenced in another thread here makes an excellent Seax, although not for 40 dollars.
Agree, came in owned the problem presented some mitigating circumstances, but made no excuses and moved on.
That is hilarious! I have handled literally hundreds of swords, daggers and knives of all descriptions. I have exactly one cut to show for it....
I think it is / was in a temple. I have certainly seen the picture with the guy holding it ten or fifteen years ago. This is not a new find.
Certainly allowed. I personally favor the "demonstrates skill / wealth / temple offerings theory."
I will second or third this. I have a Seax that he did and it is outstanding! One day I will get the scabbard done and post some pics.
This. The carrier will do nothing for you, the insurance was not purchased by you. File a claim with PayPal. Glad you used goods and services.
Yep you have to get those dueling scars somehow....
No worries. Thanks
If the above deal does not work out for some reason I will take seconds.
+1. I asked some questions about making scales of big oak and he just randomly sent me some bog oak to try. Great guy!
I won't begin to pretend to tell you who makes the best of the chitana these days. In think that we're I in that market today, I would save some...
Thanks! It sounds like shipping is prohibitive but I appreciate the response.
The photo with Eisenhower is amazing. I have seen it many times in books. Now I wonder if it was staged...
Thanks for letting us know how it turned out.
Where was that? They may do it again...
Wow, I'm pleasantly surprised that the variety pack actually had decent variety. I'll have to give it a try!