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southcarolinadove:

My dream tiny house boat!!

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boah

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Jack the Ripper by Moebius (Jean Giraud), 1991

brudesworld:

Jack the Ripper by Moebius (Jean Giraud), 1991

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thatofficial70show:

Jimi Hendrix by Jean Giraud, AKA Moebius. (via)

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Radler

Radler

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flight-to-mars:

Creating with Macrame’ (x)

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Blue Ridge Mountains

Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

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Blue Ridge Mountains

Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

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edpoint:

I have always carried a knife; the reason behind why I carry a blade has changed over the years. During several incidents where I found myself extremely up close and personal with very bad people, I found that I had a need for a dedicated offensive blade as part of my gear, to aid in weapons retention and CQC. I have experimented with a lot of blade profiles and sizes for this specific use in my Libre Fighting training, and I have found that the Persian blade profile is the best for the job in my opinion, it offers the best balance between a slashing and stabbing weapon. And if you add a back edge to the knife it adds a lot of versatility when it comes to reverse edge knife work and weapons retention. Another point I wanted to cover is the fact that it need multiple carry options, so that you could use the same knife for different jobs like overt operations and covert work. - 
 

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edpoint:

I have always carried a knife; the reason behind why I carry a blade has changed over the years. During several incidents where I found myself extremely up close and personal with very bad people, I found that I had a need for a dedicated offensive blade as part of my gear, to aid in weapons retention and CQC. I have experimented with a lot of blade profiles and sizes for this specific use in my Libre Fighting training, and I have found that the Persian blade profile is the best for the job in my opinion, it offers the best balance between a slashing and stabbing weapon. And if you add a back edge to the knife it adds a lot of versatility when it comes to reverse edge knife work and weapons retention. Another point I wanted to cover is the fact that it need multiple carry options, so that you could use the same knife for different jobs like overt operations and covert work. - 

 

See more at: http://www.teotwawki-blog.com/2013/03/inside-view-edwoods-persian-esque.html#more

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