In a society that has destroyed all adventure, the only adventure left is to destroy that society.

 

visceraldump:

My Medical platforms. <3 I’ll always love you.. where ever you may be.

visceraldump:

My Medical platforms. <3 I’ll always love you.. where ever you may be.

ru-titley-knives:

The black Crow .

 I love looking at Nature for inspiration especially for my knife blade shapes and have recently been re looking at bird’s beaks .

The Crows beak kiridashi was made from 5mm thick 52100 bearing steel which was jimped in 3 key areas for traction control and I added a top swedge to add a needle like tip to the beak .

 It was then etched in ferric chloride , the mirror polished edge and top swedge have gone a deep  dark color creating a great contrast with the flat of the blade .

The simple handle wrap is black sheathed Kevlar cord from Twinlineusa.com and I will probably add a black kydex neck carry sheath with Kevlar lanyard to complete the package .

 Custom knives , sheaths and gear from rtknives@hotmail,.com

aspectofadreamer:

Some cutting edge design (still in development, I’m afraid) for a low-profile, lighter-weight Clean Air System for firefighters. Check out the link. The design looks promising… here’s to hopin’

aspectofadreamer:

Some cutting edge design (still in development, I’m afraid) for a low-profile, lighter-weight Clean Air System for firefighters. Check out the link. The design looks promising… here’s to hopin’

gunsknivesgear:

Why a Knife? by Michael Sheesley 
"Knives have some potential advantages over firearms as a self-defense weapon.  It takes a minimal level of training for a knife to become useful as a self-defense tool.  A knife can be used in situations where the use of a firearm isn’t prudent, in a crowd for instance where over-penetration and innocent bystanders may be a concern.  ”
"While disarming someone who has a gun is no simple matter; disarming someone with a knife generally involves grabbing a sharp piece of metal and is infinitely more difficult.  I don’t know many people, even those who are highly trained, who are willing to attempt a knife disarm.”
"A knife does not need to be reloaded and short of breaking the blade or catastrophic failure of the locking mechanism a knife does not malfunction.”

gunsknivesgear:

Why a Knife? by Michael Sheesley 

"Knives have some potential advantages over firearms as a self-defense weapon.  It takes a minimal level of training for a knife to become useful as a self-defense tool.  A knife can be used in situations where the use of a firearm isn’t prudent, in a crowd for instance where over-penetration and innocent bystanders may be a concern.  ”

"While disarming someone who has a gun is no simple matter; disarming someone with a knife generally involves grabbing a sharp piece of metal and is infinitely more difficult.  I don’t know many people, even those who are highly trained, who are willing to attempt a knife disarm.”

"A knife does not need to be reloaded and short of breaking the blade or catastrophic failure of the locking mechanism a knife does not malfunction.”