Machetes With A Sheath
- Blade Length: 14″
- Walnut handle
- 100% leather sheath included
- 1075 high carbon steel blade with black powder epoxy finish
|Current Price||$132.25||October 4, 2018|
|Highest Price||$132.25||September 27, 2018|
|Lowest Price||$132.25||September 27, 2018|
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Large machetes 'which could easily kill' openly on sale a short distance from Dublin's O'Connell StAugust 20, 2017 - Independent.ie
The knife cost €50 and was presented in a black sheath. While the machete was not fully sharpened when sold, nor was it blunt - and it could be easily sharpened if required. Other large knifes, hatchets and switch blades were displayed around the shop...
Texas law to allow open carry of large bladed weapons like daggers, swordsJuly 28, 2017 - Dallas News
Machetes, daggers, even spears, what have you: Texans will be able to openly carry big blades as of Sept. 1 under a bill signed into law last month by Gov. Greg Abbott. KTVT-TV (CBSDFW) reported that HB1935, which allows open carry of knives with...
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Vietnam War US & Allied Combat EquipmentsBloomsbury Publishing. 2017
Over the eight years of the Vietnam War, US forces used three major types of equipment sets, with numerous modifications for particular circumstances. Different equipments were also used by Special Forces, the South Vietnamese, and other allied ground troops. Vietnam War US & Allied Combat Equipments offers a comprehensive examination of the gear that US and allied soldiers had strapped around their bodies, what they contained, and what those items were used for. Fully illustrated with photographs and artwork detailing how each piece of equipment was used and written by a Special Forces veteran of the conflict, this book will fascinate enthusiasts of military equipment and will be an ideal reference guide for re-enactors, modellers and collectors of Vietnam War memorabilia.
The South American DiariesI.B.Tauris. 2016
While writing a novel set in South America, John Hopkins travelled back there to "reacquaint himself with the scene". In 1972-3, he travelled by train, bus and boat from Mexico City to the centre of the continent, through Belize, Guatemala and Nicaragua and on to Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay and Argentina. Hopkins travelled slowly, deliberately, savouring every experience along the way. But the journey was fraught with his angst-ridden strivings to write his novel and with the troubled love he had for Madeleine, his travelling companion. In these heat-scorched, tequila-infused pages, Hopkins paints a sultry, exquisite portrait of South America and in so doing masters an art that he believed would forever elude him.