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ARES Defense SCR rifles-customised. Not sure about the chrome and high polish... I would be happier with blued finish with faux case hardening as an accent.

Jeeezzz Finally some Nomad “Califas” rifles coming down the pike! First ones headed out to those Anti-AR states… They should ban these also because they are just too Pretty!

Download this stock image: Uniform of non commissioned officer of lifeguard Izmailovskiy regiment of Russian army (1877), postcard, USSR, 1986 - B6N4RT from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors.

Download this stock image: Uniform of non commissioned officer of lifeguard Izmailovskiy regiment of Russian army (1877), postcard, USSR, 1986 - B6N4RT from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors.

Maces

Maces were a really good weapon if you were fighting a knight with alot of armor. The mace would smash through the armor or at least dent it and leave a nasty bruise.

(M) Crossbow, heavy	50 gp	1d10 piercing	18 lb.	Ammunition (range 100/400), heavy, loading, two-handed

(M) Crossbow, heavy 50 gp piercing 18 lb. Ammunition (range heavy, loading, two-handed

Union sentinel guarding the bridge

Union sentinel guarding the bridge

These two 16th century longswords have complex compound-hilts and are mounted onto twin-fullered blades of hexagonal cross-section. One blade is a typical Oakeshott Type XIX with the characteristic ricasso, the other was made without the ricasso.

These two century longswords have complex compound-hilts and are mounted onto twin-fullered blades of hexagonal cross-section. One blade is a typical Oakeshott Type XIX with the characteristic ricasso, the other was made without the ricasso.