GiantMouse does not refer to Ser Shadrich of Shady Glen, Matthias the Warrior, Reepicheep, or even the Grey Mouser. No, GiantMouse is a knife brand: Giant Mouse Knives. Here’s an example: the GMF1.
Survival Hardware specializes in providing hand-crafted survival gear to customers who value the ancient arts of steel and leather craftsmanship. The family-owned company recently raised its flag to declare for House Morningwood, which means it is now a part of our Tactical Buyers Club. Lucky for us!
You will want to read the story of this master carver.
Scrimshaw has been around since before recorded history. Likewise other methods of carving, inlay, and edge-wrought adornment.
We can’t imagine that too many people in all that time were more skilled than this man: the Bone Carver, of Columbia, South Carolina.
Nobody needs an introduction to Lucille, the barbed wire wrapped beauty who went from America’s pastime to brutal killer. Want to meet some of her cousins, though?
Axes. We like axes of all types, but the best kinds are the ones used to wreak bloody havoc upon your enemies. Well, unless they have cake.
We especially like them when handmade by a gifted craftsman — like that of Arizona-based Raven Customs.
Cry Havoc! The Dogs of War
Many people have heard the term Cry “Havoc!” and let slip the dogs of war! Not as many understand the full context, but that’s the way of such phrases (and doubly so for aphorisms).
Jeff de Boer is a potential House Chillycock armorer due to his location in the frozen north. We have considered having him bend the knee because he is an extremely talented artist. After our recent article on dog armor we figured we would see what other pets that could be sent into battle.