Mall ninja?

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Postby HellHound » Fri Jul 23, 2010 12:55 am

SolidState wrote:I don't have any pictures of the tip of my HC1086M on this computer, but it is a standard chu-kissaki which is the most common on japanese-forged katana. It is not the flat, "American Tanto" style. I do have one of those swords, but it is Kris Cutlery's Ninjato. It's okay for a sharp prybar. I also have a reworked, tsubaless, cut-down katana that I call Stickbat McThwack. I use it to cut bamboo and other hard targets that I like to cut but don't like to risk the edge of a custom piece on($$$).
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Note, stickbat and the 1086 are 22" blade, which together make a pretty good sinawali set.

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Your more of a mall samurai then a ninja. Domo arigato for the info. :)
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Postby Tank » Fri Jul 23, 2010 1:36 am

Speaking of mall ninjas. this has been around for a while but it sure is a funny read.
http://lonelymachines.org/mall-ninjas/
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Postby jzmtl » Fri Jul 23, 2010 1:37 am

HellHound wrote:Later came the chinese ones, they were not as good as the former though. :)
I wasn't aware there ever are any Chinese ninjas. :confused:

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Postby HellHound » Fri Jul 23, 2010 5:08 am

jzmtl wrote:I wasn't aware there ever are any Chinese ninjas. :confused:
Woop looks like I made a blooper :( it said that in 17-18 century writings of ninjas appeared in grate numbers like in one following the chinese military philosophy, naturally I thought that it meant that they were maybe like spy's for the military in china.
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Postby Cool Breeze » Fri Jul 23, 2010 6:41 am

Tank wrote:Speaking of mall ninjas. this has been around for a while but it sure is a funny read.
http://lonelymachines.org/mall-ninjas/
OMG! That is absolutely one of the funniest things I've ever read :D I wonder if this is one big joke or if they are serious. When i was six i had my share of fantasy's playing war with my friends but my dear lord these guys should be locked up or something. they say they are grown men!!
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Postby dialex » Wed Jul 28, 2010 4:21 pm

This reminds me of some talks I had with some people that seemed very knowleadgeble with a large variety of weapons. Since I only had the occasion to fire only four different types of pistols and five types of rifles in my life, two of them being hunting rifles, I naturally asked where did they had the chance to try such a wide assortment of weapons.
And they said from Counterstrike and Call of Duty... :rolleyes:
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mall ninja?

Postby AllenETreat » Tue Aug 03, 2010 1:21 pm

ninja sminja, you can't karate chop a bullet ;)
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Postby jzmtl » Tue Aug 03, 2010 1:27 pm

dialex wrote:This reminds me of some talks I had with some people that seemed very knowleadgeble with a large variety of weapons. Since I only had the occasion to fire only four different types of pistols and five types of rifles in my life, two of them being hunting rifles, I naturally asked where did they had the chance to try such a wide assortment of weapons.
And they said from Counterstrike and Call of Duty... :rolleyes:
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