There is a weapons thread on /hob/ you might like.
It's been far less toxic lately so maybe you can actually talk about weapons in it.
I am so fucking sick of this word
No but i would like to know where can i start what do you recommend.
Benis daggers (seriously though, they are quite cheap)
I bought a variety of 1x30" belts for my harbor freight belt sander in order to tinker with sharpening. It turns out like a lot of harbor frieght stuff it's not quite within spec and I couldn't get the leather belts on without drilling out the adjustment guides some more.
But I also didn't really need the leather belts. What I found was that even with just plain old carbon V steel from ontario machetes to practice on that I didn't go hard enough on heavy grits and wore down the 30 micron ones like mad in the process of trying to sculpt the blade. But at least I learned how to touch it up enough to be able to cut grass with a machete and then get the blade back in order after notching it on bricks and glass and fences and whatever else. I really don't understand the fascination with anodizing and silly shapes beyond looking tacticool.
I like kitchen knives
A man who ignores oppressive arbitrary defense tool length laws is a king every night except one, at which point he becomes a giga king
please make a vid of you slicing a snowman in half with it