Halloween Is Over, But There’s Awlays Time To Be Wolverine

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Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."

10 Comments to Halloween Is Over, But There’s Awlays Time To Be Wolverine

  1. OK, I’ll state this much.

    #1: Nice find. they look cool, but /stainless/ steel isn’t something I’d use for an actual weapon, they look to be more of a showpiece.

    #2: If they’re modeled after what I’m thinking, then they’re NOT Wolverine’s claws. weapons such as the Dragon’s Claw[a large metal gauntlet with three or more permanently attatched claw-like blades], and the Tiger Claws[three short lades attatched by wood pegs] have predated Wolverine by MILLENIA. they’re among the earliest and simplest weapons one could make with metal, simpler even than swords and axes. As such my inner historian takes severe offence to the assumption that all wearable claws are modeled after a comparativelly recent comicbook character who’s claws were NOT wearable, but attatched to his SKELETON!

    And #3: If they’re being sold, they should be treated like other melee weapons, i.e. being of legal age to own them, AND being smart enough to NOT rip someone’s guts out with them.

      • Fçk, idiot, i’m agree with graham, it’s dangerous.
        if u think it’s cool go scratch your family jewels with the claws

    • dude who are you kidding when you say “they shouldn’t be able to sell them”? I mean come on they don’t sell them most of the claws seen are made from scratch like im making my own soon and i know as well as the others what the risks are and no one cares as long as noones guts spill on the floor. Aside from that im also pretty sure that if you could have a pair you’d want it, so cutt us some slack cuz after all its just what we enjoy doing.

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