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7seven customs scrambler 400 donor bike: 1982 Honda CB400 First we need to thanks Gregor Harih for all the sacrifices he had with finding a donor bike, ordering almost all the parts and did some pa…

customs scrambler 400 donor bike: 1982 Honda First we need to thanks Gregor Harih for all the sacrifices he had with finding a donor bike, ordering almost all the parts and did some pa…

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Another Saturday night and I ain& got nobody.but I do got a sick 16 solid cast metal Alien Spiked Tri-Blade Hand Claw coated in an antique brass and gun-metal finish, which I will shadow box with in front of the mirror, wear while watching the Do

The bagh nakha (Marathi: वाघनख / वाघनख्या, Hindi: बाघ नख, Urdu: باگھ نکھ‎), also called bagh nakh, iron paw or tiger claws, is a claw-like weapon from India designed to fit over the knuckles or be concealed under and against the palm. It consists of four or five curved blades affixed to a crossbar or glove, and is designed to slash through skin and muscle. It is believed to have been inspired by the armature of big cats, and the term bagh nakha itself means tiger's claw in Hindi.

The bagh naka is a claw-like weapon from India designed to fit over the knuckles or be concealed under and against the palm. It consists of four or five curved blades affixed to a crossbar or glove,.