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    Quote Originally Posted by crashdive123 View Post
    As Rick said, no you cannot post a link to your store. You can put a link in your signature to your store, but you cannot post things like "check out my signature", which would be the same as posting a link.

    Upon further review, it might be best if you just use this one thread for selling your items. Keeping them all in one place will make it easier for people to find.
    ok no problemo,,just thought it might save bandwidth and give them the details. If they are truly interested they can send me a private message.


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    Lefties - you cannot send your link via private message either. It violates the well established rules we have. Again - if you want to include a link to your site, you can include it in your signature. That is the only place it can appear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crashdive123 View Post
    Lefties - you cannot send your link via private message either. It violates the well established rules we have. Again - if you want to include a link to your site, you can include it in your signature. That is the only place it can appear.
    Thx crash,,can u tell me how to add it to my signature?

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    Click on settings (upper, right section at top of page). On the left click on edit signature and add the link.
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    Thank You.

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    Looks like you did a good job and it works!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    Looks like you did a good job and it works!
    Thx alot guys

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    Looking for curved blade with wooden handle type. Similar to one in first pic or 2nd from top in last pic. need sheath also. had one in the 70's made from a leaf spring with wooden sheath...dont know where it is now...prices???

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebel View Post
    I was able to learn the opening and closing of those knives. Butterfly knives

    What I appreciated was the pork BBQ on a stick. Excellent food. What's the BBQ secret?

    BBQ PorK?????? That is not what I remembered they served on a stick.
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    The stick food was generally monkey meat.
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    I thought it was generally rat.

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    hi guys n gals,,been busy here in Philippines. Summer now,,very very hot.

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    I'm from the Philippines and just recently bought items from lefties. He sent me poor quality items. nylon sheaths were worn and looked like they were chewed on by rats. blades were poorly finished. i've been sending him messages asking if he could direct me to his supplier so that maybe that supplier could remedy the problem. lefties just ignored me. i do not trust this guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebel View Post
    Those pictures bring back memories. I've still got a couple from jungle survival training. Mine were made from leaf springs.
    I also used to have one that I picked up during the training. It would just slice through the bamboo where our USMC Issue would bounce off the stuff.
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    Do you still have the FHM balis for sale?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyRhoads View Post
    Do you still have the FHM balis for sale?
    He hasn't logged on in over a year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rebel View Post
    Those pictures bring back memories. I've still got a couple from jungle survival training. Mine were made from leaf springs.
    Rebel - if you're talking JEST school, I've been there and done that as well. Good training!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rebel View Post
    I was able to learn the opening and closing of those knives. Butterfly knives

    What I appreciated was the pork BBQ on a stick. Excellent food. What's the BBQ secret?

    I learned the art of using a Butterfly Knife from a little, but a bit high strung, Filipino girl. No one to mess with!

    Now about the grilled pork on a stick (monkey meat), I agree it's some of the best eating over there.
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    I don't think I understand eating an unidentified meat speared by a stick. Now, I'll be the first to admit that any meat could be any old thing masquerading as something else. However, I have the option and clarity of conscience to believe it is exactly what is advertised. To willingly devour some unknown meat would have to require a generous, perhaps copious, quantity of alcohol or near starvation. To take that a bit further, no amount of alcohol would convince to me devour Balut. In fact, starvation would be the better choice. I couldn't keep it down anyway.

    A high strung female with a butterfly knife. You like to live dangerously even for a Marine.

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    That grilled "meat" was good, but I have to admit that I had a good amount of San Miguel beer first. There's nothing like popping open a San Miguel, wiping off the bottle cap rust, and downing it with a good helping of "monkey meat". The grilling sauce (not BBQ sauce) is the best!
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