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Keith Locke
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Attended Farmingdale HS
Lived in N. Massapequa NY
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Hey Folks!!

I'm looking for one of the OLD Windlass steel craft Afghani Khyber Knives.  Blade about 16" long, single edged, thick T-section spine, black buffalo horn handle scales. Usually in a black leather over wood scabbard.
If anyone still has one that they don't use, and want to sell, it's worth $40 to me. 

Thanks all!!

threeskullsturk@gmail.com

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Saw the pic.  Thank you, but I'm actually looking for the MUCH older version with the full T spine and the wooden scabbard.  They were ubiquitous in the 1970's-80's.   Now of course, I can't find any....(siiiigh)
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+MrRugercat45  I own a stainless steel Ulu. It was a gift from my Brother when he was stationed in Alaska.  Love it as a kitchen implement. 
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Joerg, I don't know if anyone else has mentioned this, but one of the ways you can train RELATIVELY safely with firearms, especially revolvers, is to make wax bullets.  You take an unloaded cartridge case, (No powder or projectile)  but with a live primer,  push the casing into about  1/2"  of hard wax, (I used candle wax melted in a tray)  and fire these at paper targets.   Just with the power from the primer, they're good for about 20  feet for punching holes in paper.....
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would it injure or kill a person sized target?
because if it didnt injure or kill someone you can use it as a prop
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I fix comercial coffee brewers, and deliver coffee, and coffee related products.
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  • ECP
    Driver/Mechanic, present
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N. Massapequa NY - Centereach NY - Selden NY
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Rev. K.T. Locke
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I'm a geek.  LOTS of flavors of geek.  Sci-Fi geek. History geek. Gun geek.  Trivia geek.  Fishing geek,  Nature geek.  Food geek. Philosophy/Religion geek,  Music geek. Book geek,  Blades geek,  Libertarian politics geek,.....all kinds of geek....
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Chieftain of House 3 Skulls
Education
  • Farmingdale HS
    1983
  • Island Tech. and Drafting
    Digital Electronics, 1990
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