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The AoM Community is way too cool

Posted on April 15, 2009 at 12:06am 0 Comments

I'm a casual visitor, but admirer of AoM and subscribe to the feeds. Glad I clicked through on this one. This community here is way too cool. Thanks Brett

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May 24, 2013
Liam Strain replied to Scott King's discussion What is your Everyday Carry? in the group Knife Collectors & Users
"New Mcusta MC52 arrived. Paired with some other pretty Japanese friends (Nex 7 and 1958 Canon 35mm f1.8 LTM) for this afternoon's walk.  "
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May 14, 2013
Liam Strain replied to Scott King's discussion What is your Everyday Carry? in the group Knife Collectors & Users
"I should clarify that the pocket sheath with the knife and business cards - the two are unrelated. Just a convenient place for both. :D"
May 14, 2013
Liam Strain replied to Scott King's discussion What is your Everyday Carry? in the group Knife Collectors & Users
"Need is such an odd word... With that said - the two bone handled knives are in pockets, every day tasks like opening boxes, cutting rope... the larger of them is particularly nice for cutting apples, cheese, etc for my lunch.  The topmost…"
May 13, 2013
Liam Strain replied to Scott King's discussion What is your Everyday Carry? in the group Knife Collectors & Users
"Today's carry.  "
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At 12:06pm on April 15, 2009, David Hawkins said…
Thanks for the welcome. I just wanted to let you know I viewed your website, Cutlery News Journal, and I am impressed. Very nice blog with some interesting articles. I will be reading more soon as my lunch hour did not allow much time at all to view, for what appears to be, all of your hard work and content.
 
 
 

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"I had him in a karate dojo but they didn't spar. That's why I took him out....that and the place he was going to was ridiculously overpriced."
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Brad Williams replied to Brad Williams's discussion Self-Defense Without Guns
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Rick Shelton replied to James Sullivan's discussion When can a boy learn to fight back?
"Do you wrestle with your son?  If not start wrestling with him, get him one of the small boxing bags and gloves and teach him to properly strike with his fists (most kids want to bend their wrists or hit with the side of their hand). …"
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Rick Shelton replied to James Sullivan's discussion When can a boy learn to fight back?
"I always said that legs are generally much stronger than arms and if his arms are busy 'ripping clothes off' then kick him in the nuts with the heel of your foot as hard as you can (nut crusher).  He'll stop pretty damn quick…"
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Rick Shelton replied to James Sullivan's discussion When can a boy learn to fight back?
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Rick Shelton replied to Brad Williams's discussion Self-Defense Without Guns
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Rick Shelton replied to Brad Williams's discussion Self-Defense Without Guns
"Basically Krav Maga or SpecFor.  Use anything you can as a weapon, keep moving, keep striking, take the guy down fast and hurt him... a lot, until he is combat ineffective rinse and repeat until done.  Grace means nothing, style means…"
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