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    Quote Originally Posted by jailbird View Post
    I think in the ZW thread Tiny committed Longganisa from Baldo and Empanadas from his personal chef at red ribbon. Am sure he will bring a few roosters icluding that comebacking grey. Hopefully some asil grades.

    Kogmohon will bring wine/drinks and some Cuban cigars - I hope he also brings some cuban birds or bayongs would do - preferably escorted by south american beauties ;-)


    Jun B - I will change his kinilaw as Bantospur beat him to the draw. Unless Banton chages to dinuguan - yumyumyum!! I'll ask him to bring sone baldados too.
    Guys, if you want a repeat of the dinuguan we had last time and somebody is bringing kinilaw, that won't be a problem... I can give way and oblige with your wish, just let me know... we can make some variations in the dinuguan and make it dinuguang Bicolano... I am not from that region but all that is needed really is a dash of gata...hehehe... and lots of siling haba...for that extra kick.

    BantonSpur

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    Quote Originally Posted by BantonSpur View Post
    Guys, if you want a repeat of the dinuguan we had last time and somebody is bringing kinilaw, that won't be a problem... I can give way and oblige with your wish, just let me know... we can make some variations in the dinuguan and make it dinuguang Bicolano... I am not from that region but all that is needed really is a dash of gata...hehehe... and lots of siling haba...for that extra kick.

    BantonSpur

    Yes, your dinuguan was excellent. Sure, dinuguan bicolano with gata sounds even better

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joey Hidalgo View Post
    Yes, your dinuguan was excellent. Sure, dinuguan bicolano with gata sounds even better
    Dinuguang Bicolano it is!!! hahaha

    With the list of expected attendees, this will surely be a heck of a learning session and a real good time!!!

    BantonSpur

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    Quote Originally Posted by BantonSpur View Post
    Dinuguang Bicolano it is!!! hahaha

    With the list of expected attendees, this will surely be a heck of a learning session and a real good time!!!

    BantonSpur
    Wow great! This promises to be a whole day eating affair! Lalo na if Ompong will cook his deadly karekare! And since malapit Lang sa bahay Nya pwede siguro hahaha. He still thinks he is bringing kinilaw hahahhaha!

    Guys we better get the weapons inventory and practice and learning objectives defined for the event. Otherwise we may be accused of using the site for gustatory delights only!

    So far we have

    Bantonspur with his Peruvian knife/knife settings
    jovie with his assortment of Surats, sockets and ....
    jun B with his sockets
    Tiny with is Golden Socket knives
    jailbird to practice tari sa kanan.
    Ompong who wants to prove that 21/2 is the best.
    Joey with his Godzilla Samurai
    Warlord with his Bayong magic Wands!

    Who else and what else? Pls post...

    Have not heard from the 11/2 inch gang yet? Or the gaff fighters?

    This will be a good venue for those interested ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BantonSpur View Post
    Guys, if you want a repeat of the dinuguan we had last time and somebody is bringing kinilaw, that won't be a problem... I can give way and oblige with your wish, just let me know... we can make some variations in the dinuguan and make it dinuguang Bicolano... I am not from that region but all that is needed really is a dash of gata...hehehe... and lots of siling haba...for that extra kick.

    BantonSpur
    Dang it! I am from that region (well my parents are) so you have just made me drool over ginataang dinuguan

    I will check that Peruvian setting some time, havent forgotten your post, and hopefully I can come back for more discussions on alignment and setting. More than the length of the knife, I think this one plus blade design and angle are the critical elements of deadly knives.

    Cheers boys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jailbird View Post
    Wow great! This promises to be a whole day eating affair! Lalo na if Ompong will cook his deadly karekare! And since malapit Lang sa bahay Nya pwede siguro hahaha. He still thinks he is bringing kinilaw hahahhaha!

    Guys we better get the weapons inventory and practice and learning objectives defined for the event. Otherwise we may be accused of using the site for gustatory delights only!

    So far we have

    Bantonspur with his Peruvian knife/knife settings
    jovie with his assortment of Surats, sockets and ....
    jun B with his sockets
    Tiny with is Golden Socket knives
    jailbird to practice tari sa kanan.
    Ompong who wants to prove that 21/2 is the best.
    Joey with his Godzilla Samurai
    Warlord with his Bayong magic Wands!

    Who else and what else? Pls post...

    Have not heard from the 11/2 inch gang yet? Or the gaff fighters?

    This will be a good venue for those interested ;-)
    Ok, I will try to send Team SLW again to the Tare-Tare. I am voting for the Ompong preference for 2.5inch knives, I will fight my chickens at 2.5inches only, why? Because I will probably bring in some broodstock for testing. You know how sometimes you want to breed something totally untested just because he has the blood? but no wins, fights ordinary, and looks like a duck? I have a few of them, let me check if I can risk it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jailbird View Post
    Wow great! ....

    Have not heard from the 11/2 inch gang yet? Or the gaff fighters?

    This will be a good venue for those interested ;-)
    I will bring the two that won (third one died) and fight them at 1 1/2 inch if someone can bring in these short knives, I cut down one of mine but it didnt look right, embarassing actually. The knive was only about 1 inch as the wrist coming out of the garol was already half an inch

    The mayahin (with tibak) that I fought against the grey that will return can be fought again at 1.5 inch setting Rebanse!
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    Ok we will keep on trying to get those official knives used by Glenn Lims' derby. Anyone knows Glenn? Please text, pm, email- it's all for a good cause!

    I heard Tonio has awesome orientals - we also hope we can see some of that blood in the sessions. We really would like to know if we need special knives. The spectacular Hamlin kelsil of Competitor did very well with a standard diamond!

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    Quote Originally Posted by slwnstdy View Post
    Dang it! I am from that region (well my parents are) so you have just made me drool over ginataang dinuguan

    I will check that Peruvian setting some time, havent forgotten your post, and hopefully I can come back for more discussions on alignment and setting. More than the length of the knife, I think this one plus blade design and angle are the critical elements of deadly knives.

    Cheers boys!
    Sir Arnold,

    You will be pleased to know that the guy who posted the video on peruvian knife setting is from the same region...the explanation on the reference points is very simple and easy to understand. I also tried his way of tying the bidbit and is indeed very easy and neat. The other video using the sapin without the leather boots is also very interesting. I have tried it using a shorter sapin and the result is 2 wind 0 loss... two buckes is all that were needed in both fights...

    Just type peruvian knife setting in whatever search engine you are using and you will find the result. The videos were posted my a bicolano named Medrano if I remember it correctly... for me, one of the best and most practical and informative videos on knife tying i have seen...

    I hope you can make it on May 5...hahaha, nangiinggit lang sir...

    BantonSpur

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    Quote Originally Posted by BantonSpur View Post
    Sir Arnold,

    You will be pleased to know that the guy who posted the video on peruvian knife setting is from the same region...the explanation on the reference points is very simple and easy to understand. I also tried his way of tying the bidbit and is indeed very easy and neat. The other video using the sapin without the leather boots is also very interesting. I have tried it using a shorter sapin and the result is 2 wind 0 loss... two buckes is all that were needed in both fights...

    Just type peruvian knife setting in whatever search engine you are using and you will find the result. The videos were posted my a bicolano named Medrano if I remember it correctly... for me, one of the best and most practical and informative videos on knife tying i have seen...

    I hope you can make it on May 5...hahaha, nangiinggit lang sir...

    BantonSpur
    Just watched it, my bearing has always been between prop toe and spur! I dont really care much about the second alignment towards the inside of the right leg.

    The good thing is the tip on "sakang" roosters.

    Oh, btw, because my knives are straight (no natural curve inwards), standard leather boots will need to be adjusted, or I always have to use the smallest pillow (unan) else my alignment will be "out" (labas).

    JB has additional tip on putting in the base leather boot (he aligns to the middle toe). It worked well last March 24, but I originally thought it was slightly too low I prefer it to be a bit higher, but again that just depends on how we finally fix the garol too. My garols are slightly narrower than most.

    Anyways, if I could only work closer, like in 2009-2010 I was only three hours away in KL so spent a few weekends to fight derbies back then.

    I would even suggest, as we are Filipinos and we love our FOOD, to go for a true degustation...we can have different kinds of drinks to go with the different pulutan so for the more adventurous we can try different wines from different regions to go with dinuguan, kinilaw, lechon (wild boar), kare-kare, aarrghhh....balik niyo ako sa Pinas!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by slwnstdy View Post
    I will bring the two that won (third one died) and fight them at 1 1/2 inch if someone can bring in these short knives, I cut down one of mine but it didnt look right, embarassing actually. The knive was only about 1 inch as the wrist coming out of the garol was already half an inch

    The mayahin (with tibak) that I fought against the grey that will return can be fought again at 1.5 inch setting Rebanse!
    Manoy slw,

    Just want to share fyt video of my warrior and my first try to tie knife in real battle with bet of 11k dhs but my warrior on dehado " lo tres odds" score 3w 1l.


    1st fyt win din wala lang video.


    2nd fyt
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9KTjWyqgPp0&feature=youtube_gdata_player"]Manziel black - YouTube[/ame]. Win


    3rd fyt
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hvv8mwLCjbk&feature=youtube_gdata_player"]Grey bado - YouTube[/ame]. Lost

    4th fyt
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=up-sM-pCpYs&feature=youtube_gdata_player"]Asil buyugin - YouTube[/ame]. Win

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    Quote Originally Posted by rambeto View Post
    Manoy slw,

    Just want to share fyt video of my warrior and my first try to tie knife in real battle with bet of 11k dhs but my warrior on dehado " lo tres odds" score 3w 1l.


    1st fyt win din wala lang video.


    2nd fyt
    Manziel black - YouTube. Win


    3rd fyt
    Grey bado - YouTube. Lost

    4th fyt
    Asil buyugin - YouTube. Win
    Congratz in your wins sir rambeto. Just wondering, how long of a knife are you tying on those pure asils(fyt#4)? I'm just thinking that a real Peruvian knife would be perfect for those kind of birds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slwnstdy View Post
    Just watched it, my bearing has always been between prop toe and spur! I dont really care much about the second alignment towards the inside of the right leg.

    The good thing is the tip on "sakang" roosters.

    Oh, btw, because my knives are straight (no natural curve inwards), standard leather boots will need to be adjusted, or I always have to use the smallest pillow (unan) else my alignment will be "out" (labas).

    JB has additional tip on putting in the base leather boot (he aligns to the middle toe). It worked well last March 24, but I originally thought it was slightly too low I prefer it to be a bit higher, but again that just depends on how we finally fix the garol too. My garols are slightly narrower than most.

    Anyways, if I could only work closer, like in 2009-2010 I was only three hours away in KL so spent a few weekends to fight derbies back then.

    I would even suggest, as we are Filipinos and we love our FOOD, to go for a true degustation...we can have different kinds of drinks to go with the different pulutan so for the more adventurous we can try different wines from different regions to go with dinuguan, kinilaw, lechon (wild boar), kare-kare, aarrghhh....balik niyo ako sa Pinas!!
    Hi Banton and SLWSTDY,

    I watched the peruvian knife setting. the blade is differently shaped but the setting is exactly the same as what we taught Rodel. :-)

    Thats how it would be done if without the moulding - at least for his NORMAL setting. I beg to disagree with him however on the sakang and piki advise. Ask AL Gamecock 96 - he has first hand experience with his bird last time out :-)

    have fun everyone!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jailbird View Post
    Hi Banton and SLWSTDY,

    I watched the peruvian knife setting. the blade is differently shaped but the setting is exactly the same as what we taught Rodel. :-)

    Thats how it would be done if without the moulding - at least for his NORMAL setting. I beg to disagree with him however on the sakang and piki advise. Ask AL Gamecock 96 - he has first hand experience with his bird last time out :-)

    have fun everyone!!
    Watched it also and looks like it's called Peruvian setting because of the knee as the reference point. Never saw a real Peruvian knife tied and explained but, looks like it's aimed to the knees as demonstrated by that gaffer. So, it is actually the same with how some Pinoy gaffers align their knives. I think that when imaginary lines are used in aligning the knife then, it becomes a guessing game. MHO

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    Quote Originally Posted by FILAMEX View Post
    Congratz in your wins sir rambeto. Just wondering, how long of a knife are you tying on those pure asils(fyt#4)? I'm just thinking that a real Peruvian knife would be perfect for those kind of birds.
    Thx, actually the blade that i used still short of at least 1/4inch from the joint of the leg. Do you have a video of tying a knife peruvian style & pix of tare the're using.

    Tnx

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    i there my friends i need to know where can i find the brown arm protectors that the refferres use in the arena to protect them from getting cutin tha wrist thanks for ur time thank u

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    Quote Originally Posted by rambeto View Post
    Thx, actually the blade that i used still short of at least 1/4inch from the joint of the leg. Do you have a video of tying a knife peruvian style & pix of tare the're using.

    Tnx
    Congratualations, Manoy Rene. Looks like the dancing arena is permanent now ;-)...

    This is the link,

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=puA0M8T245k"]PINOY SABONG BLADE - LEATHER BOOT, PAGTATARI AT ASINTA GAMIT ANG PERUVIAN ALIGNMENT... - YouTube[/ame]

    WE tied just on the joint yo might try that on those asils next time...
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    BULANG BULANG FINALS ON MAY 5 AT ARANETA

    TARI-TARI SESSION MAY 6 ?


    Hi Guys, there is a reasonable request to move the Tari-Tari session to SUNDAY- MAY 6.

    Reason is that the BulangBulang Finals are scheduled for MAY 5 at the Araneta Coliseum and quite a number of the Tari-tari attendees have entries to the Bulang Bulang. And some are expecting to score 3.5-4 points in the ELIMS and qualify for the Araneta finals.

    If ok with everyone, we can move to May 6 and celebrate the championship trophy to be won by one or more of the attendees :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by rambeto View Post
    Manoy slw,

    Just want to share fyt video of my warrior and my first try to tie knife in real battle with bet of 11k dhs but my warrior on dehado " lo tres odds" score 3w 1l.



    4th fyt
    Asil buyugin - YouTube. Win
    Sir, the last fight is a classic case where we should ask ourselves : WHAT IS THE CORRECT KNIFE TO TIE ON ORIENTALS AND HOW SHOULD IT BE TIED?

    The fight seemed like a bare heel fight except that the loser quit a bit earlier ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jailbird View Post
    Sir, the last fight is a classic case where we should ask ourselves : WHAT IS THE CORRECT KNIFE TO TIE ON ORIENTALS AND HOW SHOULD IT BE TIED?

    The fight seemed like a bare heel fight except that the loser quit a bit earlier ;-)
    As for my humble opinion since it is my first time to tie a knife the alignment still in question including the lenght of the knife (a bit short base on the lenght of the legs " yun na kasi pinaka mahaba" lol). Include also the age of the opponent 2-3 year old cock vs my less 1year old stag. I know i still need to watch video & actual knife tie to perfect it.
    Now i breed a lot for my future practise in knife tying.

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    See you on Sunday, May 6th at 7:00am at Starbucks, Alabang Town Center! Meeting place before we convoy for the TARE TARE Session.

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    Re: Is there a Gamefowl Conditioning Camp (pay) here in Metro Manila Area?
    [QUOTE=Joey Hidalgo;4072805]HELLO FRIENDS of this Gamefowl conditioning camp (pay) here in Metro Manila.

    We will have the next TARE TARE activity on SUNDAY, MAY 6th

    Meeting place will be at 7:00 am at the STARBUCKS in Alabang Town Center. We can have coffee first AND CHICKEN TALK while waiting for everyone before convoying to my farm 15 mins away for a fun TARE EXPERIMENT morning.

    Attached so far are the list of participants, including the number of birds/rejects they will bring and food or drinks contribution.

    PARTICIPANT/ # OF BIRDS TO BRING / FOOD CONTRIBUTION

    1. JOEY / 1 REJECT/ 1 BABOY DAMO/ WILD BOAR FOR LECHON
    2. MR. SAINT/ 1 REJECT / BOTTLED WATER AND ICE IN COOLER
    3. MR. JAILBIRD/ 1 ASIL GRADE/ BALUT
    4. MR. BANTON SPUR/ 1 REJECT/ DINUGUAN
    5. MR. ODDBIRD/ 1 ORIENTAL / PEANUTS
    6. MR. GAMECOCK 96/ 1 BULLSTAG / PANDESAL
    7. MR. JIBS/ 1 BULLSTAG / JOLLIBEE
    8. MS. CHINAROSE/ 1 REJECT/ INGREDIENTS AND COOKING THE LECHON OF JOEY
    9. MR. WARLORD/ 1 BALDADO / CHIPS AND JUNK FOOD
    10. Mr. Sharp and Silver/ 1 BULLSTAG / SOFT DRINKS AND CUPS
    11. Mr. Tiny Meneses/ 3 ASIL GRADES / D BEST LONGGANISA AND EMPANADA
    12. Mr. Kogmohon/ 2 BIRDS / SPIRITS
    13. Mr. Jun Benedicto/ 2 BIRDS/ Kinilaw
    14. Mr. Ompong Plaza/3 birds/ Drinks
    15. Mr. Arnold (SLW) / 3 birds/ 1 case of San Mig Light
    16. Mr. Ferdie /1 bird/ spirits/ some food
    17. FARM8257/ 1 bird/ puto and tikoy

    PLEASE CONFIRM THIS PLEASE, THANKS EVERYONE!
    Last edited by jailbird; April 3rd, 2012 at 11:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rambeto View Post
    Thx, actually the blade that i used still short of at least 1/4inch from the joint of the leg. Do you have a video of tying a knife peruvian style & pix of tare the're using.

    Tnx
    This is the closest that I found. Wish some Peruvian gaffers would video their knife tying method like how some of our kababayans do. Anyway, they use a standard 3 inch knife and about 1/2 inch wide(widest area), with very similar design with the traditional Mexican short fork knife.
    But a 1/4 to 3/8" wide hallow grounded knife of that kind(Peruvian) or any kind of the same length should be alright for those kind of birds(pure asils) you're fighting in the long knife. Just my 2 cents.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzM0wQfh2dA"]cock fight prep - YouTube[/ame]

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    [quote=jailbird;4074041]Re: Is there a Gamefowl Conditioning Camp (pay) here in Metro Manila Area?
    Quote Originally Posted by Joey Hidalgo View Post
    HELLO FRIENDS of this Gamefowl conditioning camp (pay) here in Metro Manila.

    We will have the next TARE TARE activity on SUNDAY, MAY 6th

    Meeting place will be at 7:00 am at the STARBUCKS in Alabang Town Center. We can have coffee first AND CHICKEN TALK while waiting for everyone before convoying to my farm 15 mins away for a fun TARE EXPERIMENT morning.

    Attached so far are the list of participants, including the number of birds/rejects they will bring and food or drinks contribution.

    PARTICIPANT/ # OF BIRDS TO BRING / FOOD CONTRIBUTION

    1. JOEY / 1 REJECT/ 1 BABOY DAMO/ WILD BOAR FOR LECHON
    2. MR. SAINT/ 1 REJECT / BOTTLED WATER AND ICE IN COOLER
    3. MR. JAILBIRD/ 1 ASIL GRADE/ BALUT
    4. MR. BANTON SPUR/ 1 REJECT/ DINUGUAN
    5. MR. ODDBIRD/ 1 ORIENTAL / PEANUTS
    6. MR. GAMECOCK 96/ 1 BULLSTAG / PANDESAL
    7. MR. JIBS/ 1 BULLSTAG / JOLLIBEE
    8. MS. CHINAROSE/ 1 REJECT/ INGREDIENTS AND COOKING THE LECHON OF JOEY
    9. MR. WARLORD/ 1 BALDADO / CHIPS AND JUNK FOOD
    10. Mr. Sharp and Silver/ 1 BULLSTAG / SOFT DRINKS AND CUPS
    11. Mr. Tiny Meneses/ 3 ASIL GRADES / D BEST LONGGANISA AND EMPANADA
    12. Mr. Kogmohon/ 2 BIRDS / SPIRITS
    13. Mr. Jun Benedicto/ 2 BIRDS/ Kinilaw
    14. Mr. Ompong Plaza/3 birds/ Drinks
    15. Mr. Arnold (SLW) / 3 birds/ 1 case of San Mig Light
    16. Mr. Ferdie /1 bird/ spirits/ some food
    17. FARM8257/ 1 bird/ puto and tikoy

    PLEASE CONFIRM THIS PLEASE, THANKS EVERYONE!
    Last edited by jailbird; April 3rd, 2012 at 11:17 PM.
    I need until next week to confirm JB...hope you can wait.

    On another note, can I request that you post a photo of the pre-made (finished) garols that you order from Cebu (?). If you can take a shot of the wrist where they slot the blade in and braze it or weld it in. I'd like to know what the gap is. A few years back it was thin because of the design of the blades, they were probably 1.5mm, now we have the thicker diamond type blades what is the gap, 2.5 - 3mm?

    Thanks, SLW

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    Hi Arnold, Joey has the premade garols, there is the finished P100 each and the raw P19 or 29 each, i forget the exact cost.

    I havent seen the finished ones from Cebu. I havent had time to order and remit payments - too busy during working hours, but am sure Joey can fill you in.

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    Hello everyone. I am new to this thread but I know almost everyone here since I previously joined the March 24 session. I am going to bring 1 baldado rooster and spaghetti since this is the only food missing in the list. See you all on May 6. Have a blessed Holy Week. Doc J :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by JEDIMASTER View Post
    Hello everyone. I am new to this thread but I know almost everyone here since I previously joined the March 24 session. I am going to bring 1 baldado rooster and spaghetti since this is the only food missing in the list. See you all on May 6. Have a blessed Holy Week. Doc J :-)

    You're heeeeere!!!

    Welcome to the threads Doc and hope to see you on the 6th...

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    is there an online store for stuff you need at a fight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pitbully View Post
    is there an online store for stuff you need at a fight?
    Hi Pitbully, where do you live sir? The stuff is not that expensive and it wont take much to ship them anywhere. I dont think theres an online system as the market is small overseas, and there are thousands of little stores here in the Philippines for those who need those items.

    A good friend or contact will surely not mind sending the stuff you need as long as its legal. Or at least send the stuff that people dont really recognize as illegal - eg strings, tapes, leather boots, etc.

    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jailbird View Post
    Hi Arnold, Joey has the premade garols, there is the finished P100 each and the raw P19 or 29 each, i forget the exact cost.

    I havent seen the finished ones from Cebu. I havent had time to order and remit payments - too busy during working hours, but am sure Joey can fill you in.
    Hi Arnold, sorry i dont keep the Cebu finished garols long enough to take their photos as I send them to my TARE blacksmith immediately, once they arrive from Cebu and have new TARE made.

    Hope this picture helps, alongside the Apollo High strength steel. Please see the two garols at the bottom for reference, sorry no close up photos. Maybe next time I order.

    http://i1087.photobucket.com/albums/...ircularSaw.jpg
    Last edited by Joey Hidalgo; April 4th, 2012 at 07:41 PM.

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