here is where i will share with you my favorite weapons and armors and show you where to get them and how much and why they are so fucking cool
throwing knives are pretty straight forward. if it has a good balance and are weighty enough than they should be fine. however if they are made of stainless steel be warned, they WILL chip easily and require frequent resharpening.
for basic stainless throwers you can go to just about any local army surplus store in your area but lacking that any online knife or sword shop that sells various knives and swords typically will carry them.
are two that i would recommend for online ordering as i havent gotten a bad deal from either. medieval collectibles however has the better selection.
also rule 2 with throwers is the same as anything else. keep it simple stupid. dont get anything that deviates too far from standard design or you’re just paying for cheap bullshit.
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Heads up everyone blade butler will be resuming regular posts tomorrow! After today where i will be editting posts to make corrections i will resuming pacing at 1-3 posts a day.
Asks and suggestions relating to ancient to colonial melee weaponry, armor, and combat culture are still welcome as always
Greetings to all new followers! do please feel free to send asks for anything at all in regards to what you would like to learn or have me help find and i will do a personal spotlight or if not i’ll help whatever else way i can! So my sword butts feel free to approach me for whatever you desire!
as you wish! forgive me if i cant finish a spotlight before my break is over.
Remember my little sword butts if there is any particular culture that you think needs more weapon spotlights or a specific era or type of weapon do let me know! I run this blog for my followers and I want to know what you would like to see. No need to be specific just give me a general idea of the area of knowledge you are interested in and I’ll cater to you as best I can.