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PostSubject: In Case of Zombies...   Sat Nov 05, 2016 4:37 pm

This baby is just what you need. I just ordered mine. Only a dozen left. I have two other Aranyik tools, the E Nep and the 3 1/2" hybrid cleaver. They are among the toughest blades I own...and crazy cheap.


The Aranyik Extended Cane Machete.

TWO HANDED GRIP!!!


https://youtu.be/NE-uap9_MUM


https://youtu.be/yRieU7J38jI


http://store.aranyik.com/#!/Extended-Cane-Machete/p/72715388/category=15740170

Weight - 2.5-2.6 lbs

Overall Length - 26"

Handle - 8.5" including finger guard, 8" of hand grip area -

Two hands possible and factored into design.



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PostSubject: Re: In Case of Zombies...   Sat Nov 05, 2016 4:55 pm

Blackhorse wrote:
This baby is just what you need. I just ordered mine. Only a dozen left. I have two other Aranyik tools, the E Nep and the 3 1/2" hybrid cleaver. They are among the toughest blades I own...and crazy cheap.


The Aranyik Extended Cane Machete.


https://youtu.be/NE-uap9_MUM


http://store.aranyik.com/#!/Extended-Cane-Machete/p/72715388/category=15740170

Weight - 2.5-2.6 lbs

Overall Length - 26"

Handle - 8.5" including finger guard, 8" of hand grip area -

Two hands possible and factored into design.



I have this old Claymore from my mother's side of the family. It's kinda beat up but it still seems to be sharp where it's not dinged up by blade crossings. Otherwise I prefer a Katana with matching Seppuku blade my father acquired many years ago during another armed conflict our country was involved with that shall remain unnamed... They are both in excellent condition, ready for the zombies!
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PostSubject: Re: In Case of Zombies...   Sat Nov 05, 2016 4:59 pm

Ahhhhh. Those are all museum pieces. Family treasures, to be cherished for future generations.

THIS...this is an Orc Chopper!

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PostSubject: Re: In Case of Zombies...   Sat Nov 05, 2016 6:50 pm

I was following this guy for a while the other day, it made me laugh.

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PostSubject: Re: In Case of Zombies...   Sat Nov 05, 2016 7:02 pm

Blackhorse wrote:
Ahhhhh. Those are all museum pieces. Family treasures, to be cherished for future generations.

THIS...this is an Orc Chopper! †

Indeed it is! Gnarley!

riff raff: NEVER open that door!

lol!
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PostSubject: Re: In Case of Zombies...   Sat Nov 05, 2016 7:57 pm

So Don Pardon, let's show 'em what's behind Door Number Two!


GREAT game show surprise!

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PostSubject: Re: In Case of Zombies...   Sun Nov 06, 2016 12:08 am

Do u make them
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PostSubject: Re: In Case of Zombies...   Sun Nov 06, 2016 5:04 am

AR - know eye dont.

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PostSubject: Re: In Case of Zombies...   Sun Nov 06, 2016 5:35 am

Just ordered this - hoping it will fit. If not I've got another blade the same size...but much lighter. I picked it up at a gun show last summer with no handle. An easy and fun fix when I get around to it. †That on has an English Sheffield blade about half the gauge of these Thai 5160 spring steel blades...but still a nice item.

Anyway -


http://www.machetespecialists.com/machete-specialists-18-tunca-sheath.html



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PostSubject: Re: In Case of Zombies...   Fri Nov 11, 2016 2:01 am

How much he are they and how sharp
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PostSubject: Re: In Case of Zombies...   Fri Nov 11, 2016 2:10 am

How much are they and how sharp
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PostSubject: Re: In Case of Zombies...   Fri Nov 11, 2016 2:49 am

They are made from 5160 forged spring steel...which is extreme in it's toughness and durability. It's also easy to bring to a very, very sharp edge. I think they use an honest convex grind on these which is about the most resistant to Knicks and rolling there is. These things have a major following for being cheap for the quality. But they are made as field tools, not decorative items. They are VERY heavy. The come quite sharp, but that doesn't matter as you would want to add to the sharpness yourself. I ALWAYS do.

The Extended design is sold out. I got #17 out of 30 made. It cost me $40 plus $20 shipping from Kauai, Hawaii. So $60 total.

Here's a link to the machete page. Go to the next page for the wide and standard version.

http://store.aranyik.com/#!/Machetes/c/15740170

I own the ENep which is massive and the 3 1/2" Hybrid which is also very heavy.

Miles still has some of the standard and wide cane machetes. They are very slightly shorter.

It all depends on what you are going to be chopping! †The Latin design is very cool as well.

For me, the whole thing about the Cane Machete is the extra long two-handed grip.

Go to U Tube and type in "Aranyik" and a number of great review vids will come up.

(Aranyik is an area in Thailand & eBay is full of fake Aranyik items like these that are nowhere near the design perfection or quality.)

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