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Hermann Göring’s Sporting Mauser Rifle



I’m seeing now the main source of conflict between me and others comes from the fact I view ideas from different perspectives and more specific definitions than most. 


Just because something sucks does not mean it’s not viable, nor does me saying it’s viable mean I don’t hate it just as much as you.

It seems the art students at my college get a wall to mess with. :)

It seems the art students at my college get a wall to mess with. :)


Dha Sword

  • Dated: early 19th Century
  • Culture: Burmese
  • Measurements: overall length: 72 cm (28-1/4 inches)

The sword has a wooden hilt covered with a silver-metaled plate that is entirely filigree, and a pommel with melon-shaped sides. It features a single edge, curved blade with round back and a wooden sheath covered with silver plate.

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Upside: The professor is great and curved the test almost everyone failed.

Downside:  All real world practitioners say the stuff we’re learning in class isn’t really useful…

…And there’s a final worth a crapton of points…

Oh and the information for the class is uninteresting in addition to being mostly useless…

…God help us all… >_>


Dao Sword

  • Dated: early 20th Century
  • Culture: Chinese
  • Measurements: length 90.5 cm

The sword has a slightly curved, single-edged, damask blade, with a double groove, engraved with the effigy of a dragon on a face and ideograms on the other. It features a flat, brass hilt of lobed shape with relieved border, decorated with bas-relieved floral motifs en suite with all other mounts. The grip is black, made of wood while the wooden scabbard comes with mounts decorated en suite.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Czerny’s International Auction House S.R.L.

*Silently implodes from excitement*

*Silently implodes from excitement*



commonly confused medieval weapons

a powerpoint by me

now stop screwing them up seriously or i will put a medieval weapon in your head

Tumblr is endearing me to being lectured at in Comic Sans


Katar Dagger

  • Dated: mid-17th century
  • Culture: Indian
  • Measurements: overall length 36 cm

Of characteristic form, the hilt of the dagger has chiseled grips terminating in acanthus leaves showing traces of silver. The base features curvilinear profiling, while the finely-forged blade comes with sinuous edge treatment. The blade also has a bright polished with armor-piercing tip and actively-patterned silver-gray Damascus steel visible in the triangular central panel and flanking pairs of triple fullers on either side.

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