Traditional Filipino Weapons Home Page ScorpioDesign Shapeshifter Der Entwicklung dieses Klappmessers lag die Absicht zugrunde, eine Klinge zu integrieren, die nicht durch die Länge des Griffes begrenzt wird. Dies wird durch schwenkbare Griffsegmente erreicht, die sich je nach Funktion als Griff oder Schneidenschutz entweder neben- oder hintereinander anordnen. Die Verriegelung erfolgt bei den aktuellen Modellen durch eine Kniehebel-Mechanik. Der Shapeshifter wurde ausgezeichnet als „Klappmesser des Jahres 2007“ im Rahmen der Messermacher-Messe Solingen. Geschützt durch Deutsches Patent No. 102006047835. Produktinformationen und Gebrauchsanleitungen zu Shapeshifter finden Sie im Download-Bereich. Diese Varianten des beliebten Shapeshifter-Mechanismus können auf Bestellung angefertigt werden.
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Regenyei Armory Dear Customers, Considering the current supply and other technical problems (e.g.: tempering) we are dealing with right now, we will be able toaccomplish any further order/inquiry only from 1st of December 2015! Regarding to this situation please don't e-mail me untill that, as i will not be able to answer. Of course, i try to make the already fixed orders for the undertaken deadline, in advance, i apologise for the accidental delays. Thank you for Your appreciation and patience! Sincerely Yours, Péter Regenyei I consider making swords as a living history research. Besides exploring the secret of European medieval weapons, I learn and teach in a HEMA school in Hungary as well. The modern weapons on this website are made by me, including museum replicas and own designs, to which the foundations are also historical. The shape and characteristics of these swords are based on historical research, I used pictures from codexes and manuscripts, paintings, graphics or genuine swords from museums.
Throwing Arrows Throwing arrows are an incredibly fun and easy to make projectile. At their simplest, they consist of a notched shaft, fletchings, and a counter weight. With the aid of a length of string, these arrows can be thrown great distances. With a tailwind I have thrown them as far as 150 yards. With about a dollar's worth of materials from the hardware store you too can be throwing these arrows in under ten minutes. Watch the above video to see these arrows being thrown! Why make these, you ask? If that doesn't sway you here are a few other reasons: Throwing arrows are a simple project that requires only a few tools and materials you likely already have The physics behind their flight is extremely interesting You can play lawn darts on a football field with your friends They are the perfect weapon for hunting low flying cumulonimbus clouds So the real question is, "why not make throwing arrows?" There is no legitimate or acceptable answer to that question. Warning: These arrows can be dangerous.