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  1. #16
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    Here you Go.


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    Man you could have zoomed in a bit and compressed it a little less. It is pretty hard to read.
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    Originally posted by Todd a
    Man you could have zoomed in a bit and compressed it a little less. It is pretty hard to read.
    IF you click on it again it comes up full size, or I could post a full screen.

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    OK that looks better. So is that a picture of a sword you own or just a picture you found (I have a few swords myself, but nothing too valuable).
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    Originally posted by Todd a
    OK that looks better. So is that a picture of a sword you own or just a picture you found (I have a few swords myself, but nothing too valuable).
    I own it.

    It's a Paul Chen Bushido Katana.

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    Originally posted by jankerson
    I own it.

    It's a Paul Chen Bushido Katana.

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    Originally posted by Martin_89
    i dont fancy getting on your bad side


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    I found it last night, but thanks for the post. Nice sword. Wow what a difference. Plus I think I am getting used to this screen now. I love it. The picture is awsome. Just took getting used to seeing such small type font. Like I said, I did increase the font size just a bit. Anyway the clear type makes a big difference. I also have all my games set up to play in 1280x1024. Wow what a difference. I think I am really going to like this screen.


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    I have a pair of En'Toledo swords from Spain, a set of stainless steal No'Doshi and Wackisashi (probably killed the spelling bad), a Cival War cavlery saber, and a home made replica for a Roman shart sword. The Japnese sword look nice and the blades are moderately sharp, but they were not very expensive. The En'Tolidos are show swords, so they are not really sharp, but have engraved plades and one has an intricate twisted hand guard and the other is a flat engraved cross-peice and butt. The saber is pretty beat up. It is sharp and functional though. The short sword is fun and turned out very well proportioned. I have a few odd knives too like an 4" fixed blade blade that can flip out of the handle to make it an 8" lock blade. I used to carry that when I walked around my house as I lived in a VERY bad neighborhood for many years. I also have a pair of aircraft aluminum nungchucks and screw together to make a short pole. They are very rugged with a strong chain and dual swivvels. I also have a nice qualter staff and a bunch of cheap sherkin. I used to have more, but sold some a while back. I do like sword and not from any one time period. I would love a Scottish Claymor.
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    Yeah I collect Knives and Swords, I have quite a collection really.

    You Swords Sound nice.

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