Thread: Bone grip sword
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Old 20th December 2013, 10:41 AM   #10
Fernando K
Join Date: Apr 2010
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Hello everyone:

As Argentina (the land of the gauchos) does not think this to be a caronera dagger: generally made ​​with broken blades and swords and bayonets, and always, as a weapon of attack and defense, they had a guard (GAVILAN) (in S, U or a simple cruise). In this issue the hawk is very long: usually it was a simple oval.

The dagger caronera facón caronero differs from that has 2 edged his knife (facon) is sharp, contrafilo loin. The specimen having a machete TOM (FACON). Many exporting companies in Europe producing these weapons to the South American market (Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, etc..) And Kirschbaum, Broqua and Scholberg, etc..

Affectionately. Fernando K
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