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Discussion in 'Himalayan Imports' started by Yangdu, Jun 16, 2016.
Well, I'm a mutt anyway. Lots of Irish and some Croatian.
I got me one of them Tibetan swords, that sucker is basically the love child of a crowbar and a razor blade. I bet you could dismantle a car with one. It splits firewood like an axe. Good buy.
The day it arrived both my home and office flooded. So I named it Os Eej (water mother) after a Turkic/Mongolian water spirit. We asked a lama about it, if maybe it had bad juju, but he said the flooding water washed all the bad luck out of the house so it's a good thing.
i can testify a heavy epee plastron cannot stop a needle sharp broken epee blade. luckily it did stop after only penetrating my abdomen about a half inch. not too sure about the masks tho, designed for dull non-pointy training weapons.
What do you think might be a good reinforcement, short of ceramic or trauma plates
distance. about three miles.
more seriously, our coach always wore a thick cowhide half plastron over his fencing jacket that covered his right side, crotch and most of his chest.
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