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art-of-swords:

Hunting Dagger

  • Dated: early 19th century
  • Culture: Russian
  • Medium: steel (blade), agate (handle), nielloed-silver (mounts), green dyed lizard skin (scabbard)
  • Measurements: overall length: 14 1/4”; blade length: 9 3/4”

The Russian single-edged hunting dagger has an octagonal-form handle crafted of solid polished agate displaying patterning. The nielloed silver mounts adorn the pommel, bolster and the scabbard and feature various hunting scenes executed in great detail. There are narrow fullers along the back edge of both sides of the blade. The scabbard is sheathed in dyed green lizard skin.

Source: Copyright © 2014 M.S. Rau Antiques

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gunrunnerhell:

Jams

All firearms can experience some sort of malfunction but the cause can vary. Whether it be faulty ammo, damaged magazines, limp wristing, heavily fouled action, wrong gas setting, the possible reasons can be one or more of those things. Definitely takes the fun out of range days but even more important is the fact you never want a  malfunction to occur in a self defense situation. (GRH)

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gunrunnerhell:

Rutalocura PRK

The “Pack Rifle Kit” takes minimalism to the extreme for light weight survival rifles. It requires a Cricket or Rascal .22 LR Youth Rifle as the platform and uses a carbon fiber stock and barrel as replacements. Overall weight is less than 1 pound. (GRH)

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