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    hi guys,

    i'm still a newbie to this hobby.. usually i'd find anything that's fixed blade interesting, especially traditional blades.. hope i can learn from the best around here..

    zach

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    Welcome to the forum Zach

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      Like Alecia said--Welcome bloke.

      Paul.
      God sat back and said,Pauls,what is the meaning of life bloke?

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        Welcome aboard
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          Originally posted by cicak_cobing View Post
          hi guys,

          i'm still a newbie to this hobby.. usually i'd find anything that's fixed blade interesting, especially traditional blades.. hope i can learn from the best around here..

          zach
          Welcome Cicak_cobing. Given your location, have you collected many Kris blades?

          http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kris

          In Victoria we cannot own them without a permit or club/martial art affiliation, but they are very cool. I also get into Golok/Parang and am planning to study Silat with my daughter when she is old enough!

          I will be interested to hear about some of the good gear in Malaysia for sure .
          Last edited by Arma N; 14-03-2013, 00:43.

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            nice to meet you all..

            Originally posted by Arma N View Post
            Welcome Cicak_cobing. Given your location, have you collected many Kris blades?

            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kris

            In Victoria we cannot own them without a permit or club/martial art affiliation, but they are very cool. I also get into Golok/Parang and am planning to study Silat with my daughter when she is old enough!

            I will be interested to hear about some of the good gear in Malaysia for sure .
            hi Arma..
            nope, i do not own any kerises although i would love to have a few of them in the future.. the subject on keris is huge and very wide.. and until i have a sound knowledge on keris, only then will i decide on getting them.. partly i do not want to end up getting crap for a lot of money too.. :P
            okay, this is something new for me: i didn't know that you can't own them without permit or martial art affiliation in vic.. i guess that applies to swords / kerambit / etc too? is this the same for other states?
            that's just great on the silat idea.. i guess you can enroll with your daughter (unless she is still a toddler) at the 'silat perisai diri' of indonesia.. i believe they are quite established in oz.. however i do not have experience with that style, so i can't tell if they do offer golok lessons in australia.. do check them out tho..

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              Hi Zach!



              Aha .. now again .. we are on the same ship
              Kindly check your gmail inbox for my email, please
              BTW, I'm in Alor Setar now so I only go online once a while from cybercafe!

              mohd

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                Welcome to the forum!
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