Our favorite holiday is coming up at the end of the month, and it always has us planning and plotting our costumes carefully. One of the most popular costumes, and a personal favorite of ours is definitely a pirate. It’s timeless, and we can show you how it can be both easy, and attractive. All that’s required is the proper accents. With any costume, the details will make or break it. We suggest you .
So you just got in a new katana, it looks great, you love it…and you’re not quite sure what to do with it besides hang it on a wall. We have a cutting mat for that. If you are a fan of the show Forged in Fire (as we are) you will notice that each episode they take the weapon, cut something with it, and inspect the blade for notches and wear. .
Top 5 Things to Look for in a Hunting Knife Hunting season is just around the corner, and choosing the best hunting knife can be a great way to cut down on dressing and cleaning time. Check out our top things to look for and top picks .
You finally got your own place. It’s awesome and newish and all yours. You suddenly realize you have no furniture. So what’s the best way to decorate to make your home look great? Something that will have class, style, all while being timeless and yet still unique? The answer is – A sword! Yes, a sword is a gorgeous piece of art, a functional weapon, and a great conversation starter. You can scare the .
Samurai swords are iconic pieces of art as well as weapons. They are also known as the Tachi, Katana, or Daito. The sword is typically made with a Japanese steel – Tamahagane. Its production started during the 12th century and Samurai became a recognized symbol in the industry of Japanese martial arts. Moreover, several people have referred to it as the deadliest martial arts weapon. Samurai Sword History The history of this type of .